M. Thou art ahungered, worthy Sakyamuni, ahungered art thou from continued fasts, And thou wilt starve unless thou take and eat.
The Buddha Paul Carus
I am ahungered and athirst;—and my very garments are parting from me in my need.
Phineas Redux Anthony Trollope
Truly they were ahungered, but could never quite lose their waggishness.
Two Boys in Wyoming Edward S. Ellis
I saw that Sam was to be one of a gigantic new kind of men to whom all who were ahungered and athirst would come to be cared for.
Over Paradise Ridge Maria Thompson Daviess
And know if ever you are weary or ahungered or in want, ye need nivir look me for any help.
The Turn of the Road Rutherford Mayne
No doubt I was often hot, often cold, often footsore, often ahungered and athirst: no doubt; but all that has faded now.
Wisdom, Wit, and Pathos of Ouida Ouida
generic title for benevolent deities in Zoroastrianism or evil deities in Hinduism. Historical Examples By these he helps to establish the sovereignty of Ahura, and to curtail the power of “the Lie.” Comparative Religion J. Estlin Carpenter On the one side is Ahura, the only god worshipped by name in the Gathas. History of Religion […]
- Ahura mazda
the supreme creative deity, the creator of Gayomart whose omnipotence is challenged by Angra Mainyu. Historical Examples One portion addresses him as Ormuzd, another as Ahura Mazda. The Bible Of Bibles; Kersey Graves Ormazd is the modern name, contracted from the ancient Ahura Mazda. The Contemporary Review, Volume 36, October 1879 Various Does not this […]
noun (pl) ahuru a small pink cod, Auchenoceros punctatus, of SW Pacific waters Also called ahuruhuru
noun See calabaza