Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A very light, thin silken material made in China; silk gauze.
“Chesser encouraged readers to take advantage of Facebook, Paltalk and, especially, Twitter, which he said was "the future of social-media and we need to utilize it now in sha'a Allah.”
“In a tweet captured by the ADL, he reported, "The kuffar are really starting to pick up on the South Park story in sha'a Allah this can be the USA's version of the Rushdie affair in UK.”
“June 11, 2008 10: 23 AM shior!! abegi, i ll be back to check for a proper update jare, anyhoos, goodluck one kain-one kain sha!, lol!!!”
“An old Greek translation rendered the word sha'ah enepurisen, "He kindled.”
“Excellent idea i think, that wuld stop me from going around all the scrotes houses (Wayne & Shaz) and trying to sort out there text nightmare, where she finks eeeee’s bin sha**in some biatch down the road.”
“I should correct my last comment, since the "sha" commenter didn't identify themselves as Sun Bin.”
“Then the spilled loaves went back in the cart and the boy went on his way with many a maleesh and in'sha'Allah.”
“Yo 'sha'n't whup' im; he b'longs to me, an 'ef you hit' im another lick I'll set 'im free!”
“One of the by-laws of this ly-cee-um is that the meetin 'sha'n't be disturbed!" he growled.”
“As soon as the song reached a pause, he stood up, said "sha," and turned to go.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sha’.
Nabbed from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ROT-13#Letter_games_and_net_culture: words that become other existing words (or failing that, acronyms) when a Caesar shift of 13 places is applied to them.
Significant airport codes.
Looking for tweets for sha.