from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make the sign of the cross on or over something or someone.
- v. To make the sign of the cross.
- v. To bless, to keep from evil influence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To sanctify; to bless so as to protect from evil influence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To bless with the sign of the cross; bless so as to protect from evil influence.
- Forms of the past participle of say, conformed to original strong participles like lain.
As a fodder crop, sainfoin was so nourishing to cattle it was called "holy hay" – "sain" meaning sound or healthy and "foin" meaning hay.
"De debbil turn 'sain'," she muttered to herself, with a long look at the unconscious Isaac, who sat toasting his cold bare toes before the roaring fire.
June 16th, 2010 at 12: 20 pm of course, it kept sain error that my message was too short, but it posted.
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I know "skeeb" said in one that those are big fish considering teh size of river/stream you got them, but it looks like you could have used a sain net to catch them ..
I didn't really look at it because he sain he had been the Air Force equivalent of an MP, SP or somethng like that, so I assumed (you know what ASSUME spells) that he knew what he was doing.
June 3, 2010 at 8:15 pm yeh ai wuz liek, whut yu sain? yu spekez frenshie aifinkso
May 18, 2010 at 9:07 am datz jus lik cicero to menchun whatz u wantz 2 sai b sain u dunot wantz 2 sai itz.
Ai skeers mii tu soemtiems .. pikkupp teh tellinfoen adn sain peepz naemz afore tehy speek.
Trashi blogist sain teada ka lavastaja Robi Uppini nime ning sealtsamast blogist pätsasin ma ka postitust illustreerivad pildid.
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