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- n. Alternative form of kava.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as kava.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fermented drink used in the South Sea islands, made from the roots of the Piper methysticum.
- n. A name of the topaz hummingbird
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Ars Poetica, the whilk Mr Graham says is no its richt name ava, but jist Epistola ad Pisones; for gien they bude to gie 't anither it sud ha 'been Ars Dramatica.
There was also offered to them a beverage named ava, which is intoxicating in its nature, and very disgusting in its preparation.
The ava is a plant more injurious than useful to the inhabitants of these isles; since they only make use of it to obtain a dangerous and intoxicating drink, which they also call ava.
Whydooah, the younger brother of Tinah, was highly spoken of as a warrior but had the character of being the greatest drunkard in the country; and indeed to judge from the withered appearance of his skin he must have used the pernicious drink called ava to great excess.
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.but didn't! how identical the tone of "ava" and whoever else was..really really read like the same person.
"tṛi," passing over, and with the prefix which is added, the "ava," you get the idea of descent, one who descends.
a gi'en gift's yer ain, to du wi 'what ye like; an' I wad na heed man, no to say a cratur 'at belangs richtly to nae warl' ava ',' at wad play the bairn, an 'want back what he had gi'en.
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