a king of Hamath, who sent "Joram his son unto King David to salute him," when he "heard that David had smitten all the host of Hadadezer" (2 Sam. 8:9, 10). Called Tou (1 Chr. 18:9, 10).
We were at the Mumbai Press Club, just behind the Times of India (toi) building.
Before she passed out of the tent he commenced to call after her, "toi pas gentille aujourd'hui, moi battre toi."
Does not that toi indicate the first cry of the old lover on seeing his mistress again?
While she sang the beautiful aria, "Robert, toi que j'aime," the object of her adoration reposed in oblivion on a red plush sofa.
T'es fierement beau, tout d' meme, toi; t'es lien miex que ma grande soeur.
Qu'en dis-tu mon vieux; tu croirais que des lignes semblables passent inaperçues, toi?
A great-grandson of toi was one Kauea, who carried the conquests of his people into the Kaipara and the far north.
The monarchial vous (you) shall give place to toi (thou); and monsieur and madame to citoyen and citoyenne.
She sang 'Salve Maria,' and202 'Robert toi que j'aime,' with very good effect, besides assisting in several duets and quartets.
I thought you said toi thought we were going to fry them with the bacon.