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- n. Alternative spelling of jinn.
- v. Eye dialect spelling of given.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See jinn.
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57 Strong-Waters: Geneva, a strong distilled drink, which became known as "ginn," or gin.
Fairly good assessment, actually. lic-ginn fount has a point, in that sierra club -- arguably seattle's bastion of "eco-greens" -- endorsed licata.
September 17, 2009 at 9:17 am ginn wud kyur ur ills!
But in that corner we are waiting for a news conference top ginn.
A man whose wife is any way odd or mysterious has married of course a ginn.
If a man falls down in the dark, it is a ginn: a sudden illness or an accident is the work of a ginn.
Supposing a ginn gets hold of a man, and he is ill, there are certain doctors, magicians, among the Moors who can cast the ginn out.
They practice a regular "ginn-cult," and celebrate annual feasts, going outside Tetuan to a certain spring near the Moorish cemetery, and killing
I accordingly assumed Hassan to be a myth -- a first cousin to the ginn.
He has suffered the loss of the offending hand, but the evil ginn protect him; he is inspired by efreets!
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