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  • I have been assured . . . if I misremember not. 1994, David Morrell, Blood Oath, McMillan, page 17: Did the military screw things up, or did you simply
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  • blōd ‎(“blood”) + -iġ ‎(“-y”) (UK, US) IPA(key): /ˈblʌ.di/ Rhymes: -ʌdi bloody ‎(comparative bloodier, superlative bloodiest) Covered in blood. All that
    11 KB (475 words) - 22:45, 21 July 2016
  • composition ⿰口集) suck chew to smear the mouth with the blood of a victim when taking an oath KangXi: page 206, character 30 Hanyu Da Zidian: volume
    329 bytes (52 words) - 21:11, 6 January 2016
  • blood. In medieval times, people would curse on God's body parts rather than breaking the third commandment (Do not use the Lord's name in vain oaths)
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  • To let fly; to give expression to; to utter. He discharged a horrible oath. (transitive, textiles) To bleach out or to remove or efface, as by a chemical
    13 KB (714 words) - 21:39, 21 July 2016
  • "The thing stands thus, sahib, and I tell it to you because I know that an oath is binding upon a Feringhee, and that we may trust you. Had you been a lying
    533 bytes (91 words) - 18:19, 18 October 2015
  • pariah. 1861, Theodore Winthrop, Washington as a Camp, The Following Is the Oath By repeating a form of words after a gentleman in a glazed cap and black
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  • a price on every person's head and this price was easily converted into oath equivalents: if the wergeld to be paid for killing a churl was 200 shillings
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  • four-corner 27782, composition ⿰臿欠) smear one's mouth with blood of a victim when taking an oath KangXi: page 570, character 5 Dai Kanwa Jiten: character
    1,000 bytes (225 words) - 17:43, 13 April 2016
  • input 竹田弓人 (HWNO)) (same as 歃) to smear the mouth with the blood of a victim when taking an oath to taste, to try KangXi: page 568, character 6 Hanyu Da
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  • See also: ODS ods plural of od ods (obsolete, used in oaths etc.) God's Ods bodikin. Ods pity. DOS, DoS, do's, dos, DSO, dso, SDO, sod ods c genitive
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  • See also 誓い Probably originally a compound of 血 ‎(chi, “blood”) +‎ 交う ‎(kau, “to cross, to blend, to mix”). Kun'yomi (Tokyo) ちか​う [chìkáꜜù] (Nakadaka
    729 bytes (134 words) - 07:12, 17 April 2014
  • to count, number; tell, enumerate, relate; account, esteem as rīmāþ m. — oath by a number of persons rīmbōc — calendar rīmcræft m. — arithmetic; calendar
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  • IPA (key): /ʂa̠⁵¹⁻⁵³ ɕɥ̯œ⁵¹/ 歃血 (archaic) to smear one's mouth with the blood of a sacrificed animal (to show one's commitment when taking an oath)
    344 bytes (44 words) - 01:13, 24 July 2016
  • in the private sector. (transitive) To bind oneself by. he took the oath of office last night‎ (transitive) To move into. the witness took the stand‎;
    54 KB (4,297 words) - 19:20, 22 July 2016
  • elicit; to derive. William Shakespeare (1564-1616) until you had drawn oaths from him To sink in water; to require a depth for floating. A ship draws
    32 KB (2,462 words) - 11:54, 23 July 2016
  • Outspoken; plain and direct; unreserved; not mincing. a round answer;  a round oath‎ Matthew Arnold (1822-1888) the round assertion William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
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  • o
    Alternative spelling of o' o Alternative form of of blood type on Wikipedia.Wikipedia:blood type From Latin illum, accusative form of ille ‎(“that”)
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  • 2010, Alexander Humez, Nicholas Humez, Rob Flynn, Short Cuts: A Guide to Oaths, Ring Tones, Ransom Notes, Famous Last Words, and Other Forms of Minimalist
    38 KB (2,642 words) - 05:58, 19 July 2016
  • solījumu — to make (lit. give) a promise dot zvērestu — to take (lit. give) an oath dot ieteikumu — to give a recommendation dot parakstu — to give (one's) signature
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