Definitions

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  • adjective Archaic form of Tibetan.
  • noun Archaic form of Tibetan.

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Examples

  • He wanted to call it Dorothy Peak, but we decided to call it in Thibetan, and the best we could do was Bimari.

    The Assault on Everest

  • This dog has been called a Thibetan mastiff, but Mr.H. A. Oldfield, who is familiar with the so-called Thibet mastiff, and has examined the drawings in the

    The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I.

  • I travelled across those tall Thibetan peaks many times in my imagination, and studied those complex characters until my eyes crossed in hope of deciphering their meaning.

    Kitai

  • After days of crashing even before connecting, I clicked on the Show Must Go On poster at SL Art News, and the SLURL opened Second Life to me as if I were returning through the gates of heaven, or called back by the Thibetan Book of the Dead.

    Saved by Vaudeville

  • After days of crashing even before connecting, I clicked on the Show Must Go On poster at SL Art News, and the SLURL opened Second Life to me as if I were returning through the gates of heaven, or called back by the Thibetan Book of the Dead.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • I travelled across those tall Thibetan peaks many times in my imagination, and studied those complex characters until my eyes crossed in hope of deciphering their meaning.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Asankhyeya denotes the highest sum for which a conventional term exists; — according to Chinese calculations equal to one followed by seventeen ciphers; according to Thibetan and Singhalese, equal to one followed by ninety-seven ciphers.

    A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

  • He followed those two sweet souls from their lessons in Thibetan under Sandura the

    The History of Mr. Polly

  • Turkish, Thibetan, and many of the Turanian and Chinese groups; 5 in

    The Evolution of Man Scientifically Disproved In 50 Arguments

  • Between the mounted figures are the following on foot: 1. a servant with a basket of fruits; 2. an Arab falconer; 3. a Thibetan lama or priest; 4. another servant with fruit.

    An Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition

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