[uh-nahy-uh s] /əˈnaɪ əs/ (Show IPA), 1903–77, U.S. novelist and diarist.
Mac wasn’t in Dawson, but he got there next mo’Nin’ and heard the news.
The Yukon Trail William MacLeod Raine
This phonetic writing furnishes the reading for Nin in Nin-Klgal.
The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria Morris Jastrow
By representing Hea as male, Nin is made to appear as the offspring of two fathers while he is left absolutely motherless.
The God-Idea of the Ancients Eliza Burt Gamble
So Nin, in the inscriptions, is the god of strength and courage.
The Seven Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World, Vol 1. (of 7): Chaldaea George Rawlinson
Dey said dat de massa wuz good ter ’em, but dat sometimes in de mo’Nin’ dey jist has lasses an’ co’nbread fer breakfas’.
Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States Various
“We must run up-state and see her while you’re here, Nin,” he said.
Miss Lulu Bett Zona Gale
I’m a-startin’ wid dem chillen, puttin’ ’em in mo’Nin’ fur Ca’line.
Moriah’s Mourning and Other Half-Hour Sketches Ruth McEnery Stuart
“Nin ge won e win ig, ne won e win ig”—that is—Moowis, Moowis, you have led me astray—you are leading me astray.
Western Scenes and Reminiscences Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
And the emblems of the god Ningirsu, and of the two great goddesses, Nin and Ninni, he installed before them in their shrines.
History Of Egypt, Chalda, Syria, Babylonia, And Assyria In The Light Of Recent Discovery L.W. King and H.R. Hall
I just wanted a word with you befo’ I’ve lost my feet—Edward’s goin’ to have us all under the table befo’ mo’Nin’.
Nobody’s Child Elizabeth Dejeans
anak long-necked, the son of Arba, father of the Anakim (Josh. 15:13; 21:11, Heb. _Anok_). Historical Examples Ashtaroth must have had pity on me; for she directed my steps to those very traders who bought Sarchedon from the sons of anak. Sarchedon G. J. (George John) Whyte-Melville He will say the word ‘anak,’ and when […]
tall people or giants who lived in S Palestine and were destroyed or scattered after the arrival of the Hebrews. Num. 13:28, 31; Deut. 2:21; 9:2. Historical Examples He too marked the overwhelming charge of the Anakim, and its effect on that solid mass against which its might was hurled. Sarchedon G. J. (George John) […]
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of, pertaining to, involving, or near the anus. Psychoanalysis. of or relating to the second stage of psychosexual development, during which gratification is derived from the retention or expulsion of feces. of or relating to an . of or relating to gratification derived from stimulation of the . . . . . Historical Examples anal […]