Abdi



abdi

my servant. (1.) 1 Chr. 6:44. (2.) 2 Chr. 29:12. (3.) Ezra 10:26.

Contemporary Examples

Next, abdi would like to work with Chris Rock and Denzel Washington and is writing a film script himself.
Barkhad Abdi: From Limo Driver to Oscar Contender Tim Teeman February 22, 2014

Today, abdi and her staff appealed to a higher court for a reversal.
Somali Shabab Militants Target Dr. Hawa Abdi’s Camp Sarah J. Robbins February 27, 2012

But Dr. abdi refused to go back to work until her kidnappers wrote an official letter of apology, which they did.
The Safest Place in Somalia Eliza Griswold November 13, 2010

In the face of this threat, abdi was characteristically undaunted.
An Unlikely Utopia: Dr. Hawa Abdi’s Somali Haven Casey Schwartz March 9, 2011

Dr. abdi is a 65-year-old Somali gynecologist who recently survived a brain tumor.
The Safest Place in Somalia Eliza Griswold November 13, 2010

Historical Examples

So here also abdi succeeded in trotting through the ranks of the rioters, and so at last directed his way towards the Etmeidan.
Halil the Pedlar Mr Jkai

abdi, our head-man, was also a Somali, but of a different tribe.
In Africa John T. McCutcheon

So abdi immediately inflicted it in a most satisfying manner.
In Africa John T. McCutcheon

At that same instant abdi’s messengers arrived with the tulips.
Halil the Pedlar Mr Jkai

At that very moment, the Kapudan Pasha, abdi, entered the council-chamber.
Halil the Pedlar Mr Jkai

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