There we determined to halt for the night, as our cattle were unable to hold on to bint el Jebail.
Sure the neighbors is all bint to watch an' take care of you.
The English Gipsy calls a mermaid a pintni; in Hindu it is bint ool buhr, a maid of the sea.
Little walking round the tiny transport donkey with the "bint" up.
We overtook a party of Safed people returning from the weekly market at bint el Jebail.
Indeed an' faix, it's a great shame for the likes o' you, that's bint on Maynooth, to be thinkin' of coortin' at all.
"girlfriend," 1855, British English, from Arabic bint "daughter;" adopted by British servicemen in the Middle East.