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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A prison.
“The flat tray basket, called _tsa-naskú̆dĭ_, is much used in their domestic life.”
“The most pretentious basket is the _tus-naskú̆dĭ_, in general form like the _tus_, but much larger; it is used for the storage of grain.”
“The _tsa-naskú̆dĭ_ is a bowl or tray-shaped basket of splendid form, with symbolic decoration of intricate pattern.”
“A law of the cult brought about by the recent messiah religion is that every woman must have in readiness for use during the migration to the future world a _tus_, a _tú̆tza_, a _tsa-naskú̆dĭ_, and a gourd drinking-cup, all decorated with the cross and crescent.”
“The most pretentious basket is the immense _tus-naskú̆di_, urn-shaped, like the _tus_ — whence its name — and used principally for the storage of grain.”
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Citation: 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, unabridged from the original 1811 edition, with a foreword by Max Harris. London: Bibliophile Books, 1984.
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