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sailour (plural sailours) Obsolete spelling of sailor 1900, edited by John Roche Dasent, Acts of the Privy Council of England, Mackie & Co.; Volume XX
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IPA(key): /ˈmeɪhɛm/ maihem From Middle English mayme, mahaime, from Anglo-Norman mahaim (“mutilation”), from Old French mahaign (“bodily harm, loss
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See also: mary and Marý Wikipedia has an article on: Mary Wikipedia Wikipedia has an article on: Maryam (surah) Wikipedia From Old French
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See also: Station and stâtion Wikipedia has articles on: station Wikipedia From Middle English estacioun, a borrowing from Anglo-Norman estation
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Esther thought — that was a beaner! There was more purse than pride in Mayme's repentant heart This sense of a superior or admirable person, from
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