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- adv. Certainly, surely
- adv. Really, truly
- adv. Indeed
- adj. Certain
- adj. Sure
- v. To know.
- v. To think, suppose.
- v. To imagine, ween; to deem.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Certainly; really; indeed.
- transitive v. To think; to suppose; to imagine; -- used chiefly in the first person sing. present tense, I wis. See the Note under ywis.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Certain; sure: especially in the phrases to wisse, for certain, certainly; mid wisse, with certainty.
- Certainly; truly; indeed: same as iwis.
- A spurious word, arising from a misunderstanding of the Middle English adverb iwis, often written i-wis, and in Middle English manuscripts i wis, I wis, whence it has been taken as the pronoun I with a verb wis, vaguely regarded as connected with wit (which has a preterit wist). See iwis, and, for the real verb, see wit.
- n. An abbreviation of Wisconsin.
I hear a song sparrow from the bushes on the shore, -- _olit, olit, olit -- chip, chip, chip, che char -- che wis, wis, wis_.
Yes | No | Report from stickbow13 wrote 9 weeks 5 days ago awsome buck congrats ..... we know how to grow them in wis,
Fletch says: holy crap, i almost spit beer through my nose. why are they trying to store potatos (sorry, potatoes) in wis.? don’t they grow them in idaho? maybe they should spend the money on something more worthy – i dono, say like trying to maintain a super bowl contender.
Remember folks, drretard puts the wis and the dumb in wisdom.
I am from Grenada and learning to speak English, give please true I wrote the following sentence: “The round trip airfare from madison, wis.”
I am from Bangladesh and learning to read in English, give true I wrote the following sentence: “The round trip airfare from madison, wis.”
You see roughly any kind of offense we can imagine for spread to we arrangement to wis! hbone to curve to singular wing as great as if Menominee creates it down to Ford Field we get to see a singular wing.
For some reason, the convential wis-dumb is that the Great Depresssion occurred just before FDR took office and overlooks the 3 years of a continually worsening economy.
Yes | No | Report from stickbow13 wrote 42 weeks 1 day ago we need some rain here in wis, to so we can start planting our crops, yah where wher them deer in november????
Do the justices have to be wise all the time, or can they gear up with +wis items before court starts so they are guaranteed to make theroll?
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