Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The eleventh month of the Hindu calendar.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the eleventh month of the Hindu calendar; corresponds to January in the Gregorian calendar

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This feather which is worn by eunuchs of the fourth rank, comes from a bird called the magh

    Two Years in the Forbidden City

  • This feather which is worn by eunuchs of the fourth rank, comes from a bird called the magh (horse-fowl) which is found in Szechuen Province.

    Two Years in the Forbidden City

  • To tell someone "I am from Morocco," you say ` anaa min al-maghrib (ann-aa min al-magh-rib).

    Arabic for Dummies

  • Alternatively, you may also say ` anaa maghribii (ann-aa magh-ree-bee; I am Moroccan) (M).

    Arabic for Dummies

  • ‘Heere, ik en spreeke anders geen taele dan kersten taele: my dunkt noghtans, al en seg ik u niet een wordt, mynen noot verklaert genoegh wat ik begeere: geeft my uyt bermhertigheit yets waar van ik gevoet magh zyn.’

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Others derive it from _Eamhuin-magh_, from the regal residence of the kings of

    Notes and Queries, Number 14, February 2, 1850

  • In such prefixes and terminations as magh, brig, dun, and etc we espy the influence of Celtic occupants, and Maguntiacum, or Mainz, and Borbetomagus, or Worms, are examples of that ‘Gallic’ idiom which has indelibly starred the map of

    Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine

  • This is perhaps sufficient evidence that Malachy's father was Mughron Ua Morgair, who according to _A. U._ was _ard fer légind_ (chief professor) at A.magh, and died at Mungret, Co. Limerick, on October 5, 1102.

    St. Bernard of Clairvaux's Life of St. Malachy of Armagh

  • On the 16th Sir A. Paget telegraphed that he "had taken all available steps"; but, on second thoughts, he wrote on the 17th saying that there were sufficient troops at Enniskillen to guard the depot, that he was making a small increase to the detachment at Carrickfergus, and that, instead of strengthening the garrisons of Omagh and A.magh, the stores there were being removed -- an operation that would take eight days.

    Ulster's Stand For Union

  • We pray for their (magh-feera) forgiveness, that God gives them the highest levels of (Jannah) Paradise and that Allah helps their familiies in this difficult time ....

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