from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The corn cockle; also anciently applied to the Nigella, or fennel flower.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The fennel-flower, Nigella sativa.
- n. The corn-cockle, Lychnis Githago.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I trust Speilbergs special effects but I hope he stays true to the anime so it has deep substance still. vu on Jul 24, 2008 ok so im a huge fan of gith
Will he not, when he hath made plain the surface thereof, sow gith, and scatter cummin, and put wheat in order, and barley, and millet, and vetches in their bounds?
For gith shall not be thrashed with saws, neither shall the cart wheel turn about upon cummin: but gith shall be beaten out with a rod, and cumin with a staff.
Farmer, that thy wife may thrive, Let not burr and burdock wive; And if thou wouldst keep thy son, See that bine and gith have none.
I'm ready to see a scene like the Japanese parliament gith all this crap.
One of the PCs is a gith, and I'm not using the stock rules gith (either flavor) provided in the Monster Manual.
Occasionally she'd prick them up to listen at something-- typically the left one would go up and thr gith would be at about half-mast.
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