Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of emma.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Yoj saw this hit all three emmas with uncertainty.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • When Gerra just stood there, scowling, Mill addressed Gerra's emmas, saying I feel really bad.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • Halling stood behind her supportively as Bux introduced them all formally and asked if they might speak with Gerra's emmas.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • "First step is, we have to go talk with Gerra's emmas" said Bux.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • The emmas finally washed and went to bed together.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • I want you to know, my emmas didn't raise me this way, it's not their fault.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • The current Sigrists were a three-way partnership, Asha, Ludo and Kint, who had accepted the position when Asha's emmas retired.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • You need to come in here and talk with your emmas.

    SKENE: CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

  • Arta -- Pea Pod island where Mill and Oby have Manage with Oby's emmas Api and Ollow, plus Oby's sib Lowitt and child (with Mill) Abbo, both residing there only part-time; has fresh-water pond, three medium-sized fields rotated between wheat, millet, and corn, plus tillage, chicken run and roost, large landing pad, and rim of woods around most of island.

    PYA ISLANDS NAMED AND DESCRIBED

  • Beginning children at age 3 helps emmas/abbas stay in the work force, helps toddlers socialize faster, and offers concrete assistance to families who might be having trouble providing for their children.

    Archive 2004-08-08

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