from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Dead.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of dead.
- A Middle English form of did, preterit of do.
- n. A Middle English form of deed.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
On April 10th 2010, dede wrote: she is pregnant im her cosin
It's where they're standing infront of a tv and watching the onion guy. smrt guy scott pilgrim sucks dede hey smrt guy! if u dont like it then get lost. y r u even on here if you dont like it?
Palin's irresponsible comment on Obama. s healthcare plan is outrages, and it shows who's pay role she is on. dede ebaabe
Keep plugging Hillary and hopefully the truth will come out! dede
Good bye my love West Virginia, please give support for Obama so we can be free from Bush/McCain destructive policies. dede
By the way I understand why she is in such a trouble with contributors like you dede
It will not work now nor will it work in the future. — dede
I cannot wait to see the old man loose his cool in the debates and reach out to Obama. — dede
At the fyrste, she beyng so sodaynlye asked, dyd not well remember any such house but within a whyle, wel aduisiyng her self, she sayd: In dede (quoth she) I do nowe remember that I haue suche a place.
Aah how can I miss the most omnipresent community (babu paise dede re, bhagwan bhala karega, tumara joda banayega, abe driver se kya mangta hai memsab se mangna, etc. etc.) of our country, yes I mean the beggars.
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