from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The parson bird.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See tew.
- n. The New Zealand parson-bird or poë-bird, Prosthemadera novæ-zelandiæ. See cut under parson-bird.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
CLOS DU TUE-BOEUF: The name tue boeuf means kill cow in English might sound more Native American than French, but such is the name of this vineyard estate belonging to the Puzelat brothers.
Ici, nous, vois-tu, nous on marche et nous on tue, nous on crève.
I know the liberals enjoyed it, but any tue American that loves America should be upset about this.
They also warned that tue level of spending is UNSUSTAINABLE.
Yes | No | Report from silvrtung wrote 13 weeks 5 days ago not a tue gun dog gets them off the pond for me she chews shotgun shells
If the head of a PLC can face jail for falsifying accounts, eg not giving a tue and honest account of the companies worth,, why not the head of a government or even a cabinet minister for their dishonesty and/or incompetence.
Butt, nawt tue mush shugir foar teh bebbehs, deyz can endawlge whin dey is olde enuff to mayk der own hard-tak.
Butt! yew gotz tue allow fur de TTI aksint dat anni an ai habs.
I did love reading that and am very pleased to know what ‘tue - tete’ means too.
Parce qu'il tue "L'époux de sa soeur" (les poux de sa soeur)
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