from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past of gin.
- v. To go.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Began; commenced.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preterit of gin.
- An obsolete form of go.
- An obsolete or dialectal form of yawn.
- n. The mouth.
But the cover makes me feel like if I don't pick it up and read it, Tsu'gan is going get up off his throne to set me on fire as punishment.
Gilpaëgan is an extensive and most fertile valley.
First, Grandmother cut off equal-size segments of her log of dough and then passed them to my mother, who used a wooden roller to flatten them into circles, a process called gan mien.
It is interesting to note that the Hebrew word gan (garden) shares the same root as defend (ganan), whereas the Indo-European root of the word, gher, means to grasp or enclose (see Blomley, 'The Borrowed View: Privacy, Property, and the Entanglements of Property', Law and Social Inquiry, 30 2005, 623).
Tarik took D'gan's words for a dismissal and was relieved to deal with D'gan's second, a reasonable man who asked few questions.
He shook off the question, asking instead, "Was this D'gan's mine?"
D'vin glanced up at rumbling from D'gan's bronze and made a snap judgment.
It had surprised him to discover how difficult it was to find a buyer for his firestone, given how all the other Weyrs had complained about D'gan's stinginess.
"I've heard that D'gan's commissioned a fancy dirk for himself as a reward."
D'gan's eyes flicked angrily from Toldur to the other men before settling on Fenner.