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Esthonian

[e-stoh-nee-uh n, es-thoh-] /ɛˈstoʊ ni ən, ɛsˈθoʊ-/
adjective, noun
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  • In the eighteenth Esthonian story, we find a monster who has a body like that of an ox, and feet like those of a frog.

    Zoological Mythology (Volume II) Angelo de Gubernatis
  • What and whose were they,—if Quintana again had the Esthonian gems in his possession?

    The Flaming Jewel Robert W. Chambers
  • Esthonian I.9 shows a different combination, which is unique as far as I know.

    The Grateful Dead Gordon Hall Gerould
  • Such might exist in the mother-tongue of either the Lithuanic or the Esthonian.

    Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham
  • These three variants make evident the nature of the foreign material in Esthonian II.

    The Grateful Dead Gordon Hall Gerould
  • Werner answered and pressed the Esthonian's hand more firmly.

    The Seven who were Hanged Leonid Andreyev
  • Finnish, and Esthonian water-heroes are sometimes described as entirely composed of copper.

  • Werner took him by the hand, and then the Esthonian walked a few steps alone.

    The Seven who were Hanged Leonid Andreyev
  • Neither the Esthonian nor the Thlinkithian legend, however, offers any striking points of coincidence with the Mosaic accounts.

  • The preamble (lines 1-10) is the same as the opening of the Esthonian Kalevipoeg.

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