But I wonder the brother a'n't come up yet with the rist of her fortune.
If the rist of the district can stand your kind of thricks, I can.
I wonder now if the same is growing tired; I oughter been more marciful and give the ingine a rist.
"The rist of the house do be perishing," the Irishman explained.
Sure I'm thinking I'll be after spindin' the rist of me life standing up on me two fate.
His rist ws ra engla bliss, foron e God gefyl heora getel, onne he s to heofonum gebrinc.
Wrist, rist, n. the joint by which the hand is united to the arm: a stud or pin projecting from the side of a crank.
Come in, an' rist ye a spell, Mrs. Jarvis; ye look more fit for yer bed nor to be draggin' about at all, at all.
rist published about 600 hymns, “pressed out of him,” as he said, “by the cross.”
Come hither and while me young friend is doing the same, the rist of ye may get your pencils and bits of paper riddy.