Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small coin and money of account in Egypt, the fortieth part of a piaster.
“She was very good at speaking nasty things about President Obama, but can not take her own medine.”
“However, in the process they sacrificed their earlier role as role models whose kinship with other immigrant women reflected female concerns in adapting to life in di goldene medine [the golden land].”
“Some started even earlier, with reports and dreams of the goldene medine, the golden land of liberty and opportunity.”
“I have a terrible image somewhere (not online) of a chinese medine man in Xining with a stand full of bear and tiger feet.”
“In medine we call that 50/50 “darned if I know your guess is as good as mine.””
“There is a sort of flusses of copper called Estiui, whereof 12 make a mamedine, which is the value of one medine Aleppine, the said mamedine is of siluer, hauing the Moresco stampe on both sides, and two of these make a danine, which is 2 medines Aleppine.”
“The larine is worth 5 sadines and one fourth part, so that the sadine is worth of Aleppo mony 1 medine and 1 fourth part, and the larine as in Balsara worth of Aleppo mony 6 medines and a half.”
“a daytsh hot in treblinke zi farbrent. un ikh bin in der yidishe medine der same letster, vos hot zi gekent. far ir shrayb ikh oyf yidish mayne lider in teg di shreklekhe fun undzer tsayt. bay got aleyn iz zi a bas-yekhide - in himl zitst zi bay zayn rekhter zayt.”
Looking for tweets for medine.