We'll have him—the biggest turkey ever sailed out of ol' sain' Peer.
Of the townships on the north of the sain River one is Akhs.
The column was re-formed at sain Kaleh and proceeded by easier stages 200 miles further southward to Hamadan.
As it nis good, I nill say—or sain, instead of it is not good—I will not say.
L'pus jone dit a sain pre, "Main pre, baill m'chou qui doo me 'r'v'nir ed vous bien," et leu pre leu partit sain bien.
Farghna has seven separate townships,46 five on the south and two on the north of the sain.
(b) Erskine (p. 5, translating from the Persian): The river sain flows under the walls of the castle.
sain and Augustin between them held the sceptre of miniature painting under the Empire.
sain de Bois-le Comte, one of the staff, became minister plenipotentiary at Turin.
L'pus jone dit a sain pre, "Main pre, baill m'cheu qu doo me 'r v'nir ed vous bien," et lue pre leu partit sain bien.
"to cross oneself; to mark with the sign of the cross," Old English segnian, from Latin signare "to sign" (in Church Latin "to make the sign of the Cross"); see sign (n.). A common Germanic borrowing, cf. Old Saxon segnon, Dutch zegenen, Old High German seganon, German segnen "to bless," Old Norse signa.