Thus Ya enters into the future tense, and ZI in the preterite of all verbs requiring auxiliaries.
The ZI corresponded with the ka or "double" of the Egyptians, which accompanied like a shadow all things in heaven and earth.
The gods themselves had each his ZI; it was this alone that made them permanent and personal.
But another auxiliary or opposite signification also accompanies it and shares its labours—viz., ZI, to stay or repose.
The fore-paws are drawn up to the breast and represented by the stars ZI and Omicron.
Quinsy, kwin′ZI, n. an inflammatory affection of the substance of the tonsils, attended when fully developed by suppuration.
To such spirits the ancient Babylonians gave the name of ZI.
ZI thiu'z nu sar giligge quomodo se res habeat, hodie standi verbo utimur,—wie es stehe, zustehe.
One obscurely; represented by si in such words as fusion, ZI in glaZIer.
ZIamet, ZI-′met, n. a large military fief under the Turkish feudal system.