“Nobody was alive that we could ask if the clothes were burned off if they were naked before they were burned,” adin said.
“She was shot on her head, and the brain was outside,” adin said, his arms folded, frowning.
When he finished testifying, Deneke thanked him, and adin rose.
He has done so, for example, with the great Rabbi adin Steinsaltz, and with others as well.
An' ivery shtep she tuk had the spring uv the first sod of adin.
The book of arrivals was open, and adin Woods went forward and examined it.
Glu′tin, Glī′adin, the separable viscid constituent of wheat-gluten, soluble in alcohol.
Din si īnada maladi ay inanilaun di ūsali yay anakna ay mabayan si nalabi, mon adin omali sin kagauan.
Comparison is expressed by adding bn or kn or adin (a verb meaning to be above) for the comparative, and apdi for the diminutive.
1841, shortened form of advertisement. Long resisted by those in the trade, and denounced 1918 by the president of a national advertising association as "the language of bootblacks, ... beneath the dignity of men of the advertising profession."
Latin auris dextra (right ear)