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jin (plural jins)
- Alternative spelling of
- 1928, Edgar Rice Burroughs, chapter 21, in Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle, page 281:
- Each grasped a musket in one hand and searched for his hijab with the other, for each carried several of these amulets, and that in demand this night was the one written against the jin, for certainly none but a jin could have done this thing.
jin (plural jins or jin)
- A portion of dead wood on a branch or at the top of the trunk of a bonsai tree, whether formed naturally or deliberately to suggest age and hardship.
- Laurent, New Familiar Abenakis and English Dialogues
- genie: a jinn, a being descended from the jann, normally invisible to the human eye, but who may also appear in animal or human form.
- djin (pre-1967)
- jeans: a pair of trousers made from denim cotton.
- gin: a colourless non-aged alcoholic liquor made by distilling fermented grains such as barley, corn, oats or rye with juniper berries; the base for many cocktails.
- Synonym: jenewer
- (obsolete) saddle: a seat (tack) for a rider placed on the back of a horse or other animal.
- Synonym: pelana
- djin (pre-1967)
- “jin” in Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia, Jakarta: Language Development and Fostering Agency — Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of the Republic Indonesia, 2016.
jin m (genitive singular jin)
- gin (alcoholic beverage)
Declension of jin
- Transcriptions of Mandarin into the Latin script often do not distinguish between the critical tonal differences employed in the Mandarin language, using words such as this one without indication of tone.
- to do; to practice
- to make
- Mi è jin yangíci. ― I'm making food.
- Mi jin yèbo! ― I give thanks!
- to be
- Yìzhè jin èmì à. ― The world is not home.
- jin asike (“to shine”)
- jin boli (“to urinate”)
- jin bàna (“to be destructive”)
- jin bòshí (“to cheat”)
- jin bùcá (“to do private work”)
- jin bùkáta (“to be busy”)
- jin cigbè (“to make medicine”)
- jin cinlèé (“to make an attempt”)
- jin cèto (“to do a kindness”)
- jin cíngùn (“to have a cold”)
- jin dànlíli (“to influence”)
- jin dzànà (“to give a parting gift”)
- jin fushi (“to be angry”)
- jin fàrìgàba (“to be nervous; to be restless”)
- jin fári (“to boast; to brag”)
- jin fòro (“to train; to correct; to punish”)
- jin gáfára (“to forgive”)
- jin gánmi (“to assist”)
- jin gánàwa (“to meet; to counsel”)
- jin gbòdùwà (“to be awkward”)
- jin hankànli (“to beware; to mind; to take care”)
- jin jìkànnà (“to divine in sand”)
- jin káfá
- jin yangíci (“to prepare food”)
- jin yèbo (“to give thanks”)
- jin àdúwa (“to pray”)
- jin àǹfàni (“to profit; to benefit”)
- jin áyíla (“to mensturate”)
- jinfo (“to last long; to be ancient”)
- jingùn (“to do evil”)
- jinjin (“doing; making”)
jin (Hanifi spelling 𐴅𐴞𐴕)
- to be far