Amadan



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Historical Examples

Right glad she was to see the amadan coming back alive, and she welcomed him right heartily, and asked him the news.
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Aren’t you the amadan to be biting the tongue between your teeth?
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There was at amadan, a celebrated academy, the first statute of which was contained in these terms.
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The amadan struck at him with his sword, and the sword glanced off as it might off steel.
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Right glad she was to see the amadan coming back alive, and she welcomed him heartily and asked him the news.
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He asked the amadan who he was, and what he had done to have the impudence to come there and meet him.
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When the amadan heard this, he wondered; and he said he would like very much to help them kill the giants.
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But the amadan drew his sword at the same time, and both went at it.
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If the amadan had had a hard fight during the day, this one was surely ten times harder.
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The amadan’s stepmother was always afraid of his beating her children, he was growing so big and strong.
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