dah you goes, de ole true Huck; de on'y white genlman dat ever kep' his promise to ole Jim.
I asked, pointing to the mound with the betel-box and “dah.”
But dah, honey, doan' yo' fret yo' poah li'l haid 'bout it no-how.
From what earlier captivity must that of Ju´dah be distinguished?
So in Is´ra-el there was a constant struggle for the leadership between the two great tribes of Ju´dah and E´phra-im.
Perhaps even Lahbo dropped the dah overboard, for all I know.
She ben standin' dah sence mos' sun-up; look like she studyin' to take root to de gall'ry.
Soot Chin dah eats by himself, sometimes in one place and sometimes in another.
I tell 'im, 'Jis so,' whils' I'se makin' out to bresh a spot off w'at ain' dah, on he coat colla.
It was impossible to meet this subtle and dreadful enemy with spear or dah.