Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A Middle English form of now.

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Examples

  • Die grootse verhale van die heldhaftige weerstand van trotse gemeenskappe om hul land, onafhanklikheid en waardigheid te beskerm, word nou opnuut vertel vir almal om te hoor.

    ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA AT THE SA FREEDOM DAY CELEBRATIONS

  • Die eerste oplaag is binne 3 weke deur plaaslike en internasionale belanghebbendes opgeraap en daar word nou beplan om

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Die Vredesverdrag het ook praktiese waarde gehad ten opsigte van verhoudinge tussen die polisie en die gemeenskap. 'n Internasionaal aanvaarbare standaard met betrekking tot gemeenskapsverhoudinge word nou deur die Suid-Afrikaanse Polisie erken en toegepas.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Weeping woman came to me after funeral; "Minheer, zal minheer nie zoo goed wees nie om vir Mrs. Engelbrecht in die hospitaal te vertel dat haar kindje dood is, zij word nou begrave?"

    Woman's Endurance

  • Weeping woman came to me after funeral; “Minheer, zal minheer nie zoo goed wees nie om vir Mrs. Engelbrecht in die hospitaal te vertel dat haar kindje dood is, zij word nou begrave?”

    Woman's Endurance

  • The names of the Hunnish chiefs could not be pronounced by a Turk; and, according to the same author, the Hioung-nou, which is explained in Chinese as detestable slaves, as early as the year 91 J. C., were dispersed by the Chinese, and assumed the name of Yue-po or Yue-pan.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 2

  • Hioung-nou, which is explained in Chinese as detestable slaves, as early as the year 91 J. C., were dispersed by the Chinese, and assumed the name of Yue-po or Yue-pan.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • But later I heard a proverb that made me realize just how precious every one of those hats is in a city boiling with mounds of gray rubble: Depi tet pa koupe nou espere met chapo.

    Coco McCabe: Haiti: One Man, Six Hats, and a Proverb About Hope

  • Fè mémwa maché, fè konsyans vansé pou nou sonjé gwadloupéyen ki goumé é ki tonbé anba bal fizi a kolon an lanné 1802 é 1967

    Global Voices in English » Guadeloupe: In May 2009, keep May 1802 and May 1967 in mind

  • It is with a huge picture and a very brief quotation from one of Césaire's works that Bondamanjak paid homage to him on April 16th [Fr]; but the solemnity of the post does not hide the strength of its title: “AC pléré an nou lité” [Fr Creole], which means “Let's stop crying, let's fight now”.

    Global Voices in English » Martinique: Celebrating Aimé Césaire

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