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- n. Alternative spelling of cumin.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as cumin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See cumin.
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It was such blind scribes whom Jesus denounced for giving tithes, or a tenth part of the mint and anise and cummin, that is, of even the most insignificant of their garden herbs and forgetting mercy and justice and faith; in other words, keeping the letter of the written law but not living out the spirit of it.
Septuagint, "cummin" was used in the same way. cast in ... principal wheat -- rather, plant the wheat in rows (for wheat was thought to yield the largest crop, by being planted sparingly
Plees to cummin dere wif her, you and ebbrywun else is inbited.
Mr. Martinez, in a Facebook posting cited by the FBI, allegedly wrote: The sword is cummin the reign of oppression is about 2 cease inshallah sic\.
Tunyte, ai is cummin hoam frum rehursul wiff tuu bebbeh kittenz!
Iz gawt a beeg floppeh noaz … adn is cummin dis way!
We lawst three kittehs over tyme bai dem nawt cummin insyde at nite.
Dey cum inna warm flat bawx wiff nomilishus smellz cummin owt!
Hay, dat flowurz nawt in ur hayr, itz cummin owtta ur eer! cweenmj says:
Wurst cayse, teh trunk is still free for hooebber else is cummin.
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