an hundred, a tower in Jersalem on the east wall (Neh. 3:1) in the time of Nehemiah.
I am the last of my race, and have no one to mourn for me like thee, meah!
"And our swords have lost their edges, meah," shouted several.
She has a way of gettin' at the heart of things that puts us meah men to shame—she has, for a fact, suh.
What could I do, meah, a weak boy, among a crowd of screaming women?
There was a fray, and meah Sahib's attendant or friend was badly wounded.
"Listen, meah," whispered Bulwunt to Fazil, as he rejoined him.
"Nothing could have happened if meah had taken some of us with him," cried several of the men at once.
It is not very long since I was there—about two months ago, meah.
But we could find a Karkoon to read them, and you are known to speak that language, meah?
"There are two matters to answer for, meah Sahib," said the Ktwal.