from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of Tai.
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- proper n. A male given name, a Welsh diminutive of David.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of day.
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DAI NGHIA VILLAGE, Vietnam-A house sits vacant off a dirt path in Dai An hamlet.
Discuss the significance of cultural heritage and identity in Dai Wei and A-Meis courtship.
James Dai is a Chinese Canadian who emigrated to Toronto, Canada, five years ago.
(C) A 16 June report stated that two Americans wearing, black clothing similar to that worn by the VC were paraded through several villages in Dai
Chinese term Dai Mi [= o] Jin, this or that image represented a divine ancestor whose name had in it many Japanese syllables, with no defiling
Mahastana-prapta, or in Japanese Dai-séi-shi, whose idol is honored at
On November 12, 1942 the American POWs were loaded on trains and sent back to Takao where they boarded a ship called the Dai Nichi
A lot of men were called Dai, pronounced "die," short for David, or Dafydd in Welsh.
MacArthur never -- MacArthur spent his entire time in Japan moving between his house in the American Embassy and his office in a requisition building in downtown Tokyo called the Dai Ichi Building.
One is the bronze image of Buddha, twenty-one and a half feet high, known as Dai-butsu, near which is a massive torii.
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