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  • proper n. An Adamawa language of Nigeria.


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  • I told Voro I would fish for a dream, and the next morning he returned for an answer.


  • Voro smirked and gave me a gift from his master, a hood lined with squirrel fur and adorned with tippets of squirrel tail, which I gave to Catena.


  • One day a cataphract sent his jack, Voro by name, with a question: Has my wife taken a lover?


  • I told this dream to Voro without mentioning the king.


  • Voro (Bora) villages, and others whose lands are almost entirely held and cultivated by high castes, such as Rajputs, Brahmans or Parsees.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"

  • Voro nu satta i hög kung Bele och Torsten den gamle, där de själva befallt: på var sin sida om fjärden högarna lyfte sin rund, två bröst, dem döden har åtskilt.

    Fritiofs Saga

  • I asked Chunner and Wheezer and Lame tonight, and they’re sure Voro will go too.


  • In the mountains I’d kept the dream from King Corvus and given it instead to the jack Voro to pass on to his master.



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