from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A division of a poem corresponding to a canto.
- n. A poem or song.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A division of a poem corresponding to a canto; a poem or song.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A division of a poem; a canto; also, a poem or song.
There is an Irish word duan, but you probably knew that already.
“Xiu shan duan e” pronounced sheo shahn dwahn uh means be kind and stop all evil.
Mencius 'si duan - commiseration, sharing, courtesy and right versus wrong - are considered to be inborn but not worthy of celebration.
Another amazing post from Stephanie at The Feast Crusade who tells us about duan pandan or Pandan Leaves, something she says people either love or hate.
October 16th, 2009 at 11: 01 am PDT pershendetje jam nga shqiperia ju uroj te gjitheve nje vit te mbare, perqafoj te gjithe ata qe me duan dhe i dua puuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuc reply
A starting point (duan) is the dimensionless tip of a solid object (A61).
Homoseksualëve vetëm duan të drejtën e tyre për të jetuar rrugën e tyre, jo për të ndryshuar jetën e askujt tjetër.
I held that circle of duan and ran my ringers over its silky smoothness.
And on the desk were precious scholar-objects arranged like a still-life painting: a lacquered leather box, ivory brush holders, and an inkstone of duan, the best kind of stone, his most valuable possession, a gift from an old missionary who had taught him in his boyhood.
La malsagxa kamparano, klinigxinte al la besto, diris "Ho, bona monahxo, mi vidas ke duan fojon vi jam estis tro mangxema!"
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