“What they are really doing is justifying their existence,” banes said.
Shadman transferred millions to banks outside Afghanistan in 2013 to buy property to open a business in Dubai, according to banes.
I thought you were drowned in the water, or a' your banes broken.
O'Rourke snorted disgustedly: "Lave it to Bhoynton to shpill the banes!"
My certie, if the ill-set loon were to come up the road the noo, I wad thresh the very skin aff his banes!
Leucorrhea is one of the banes of the modern girl and woman.
Captain banes,” cried Brace excitedly, “give orders for the hatches to be taken off at once.
The next minute the mate was face to face with Captain banes.
Thirty-two thousand pineapples were shipped from banes in 1894.
The mate did not stir till he had seen Captain banes on board.
Old English bana "killer, slayer, murderer; the devil," from Proto-Germanic *banon, cognate with *banja- "wound" (cf. Old Frisian bona "murderer," Old Norse bani, Old High German bana "murder," Old English benn "wound," Gothic banja "stroke, wound"), from PIE root *gwhen- "to strike, kill, wound" (cf. Avestan banta "ill"). Modern sense of "that which causes ruin or woe" is from 1570s.