Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A tin coin of Malacca worth one tenth of a doit.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I have had them from the woods before, long tima ago.

    Potato, Parsnip and Ramp Tart

  • I'm posting this and that, as tima allows, inbetween getting some other things done, hence the many posts in a row.

    Frazzled By the Age of Fifty

  • The chief MSS. give ouk ede anegkletos an dikaios eies en te patridi e se tima kai su prattois ta kratista, which might be rendered either, “and how be doing best for yourself?”

    Hellenica

  • All the while TP reports and twists its own biased version of the news as has been evidenced tima and time again on the site.

    Think Progress » How the media can prevent another Iraq,

  • I discovered your blog today for the first tima and I am loving it.

    Mariage Frères Tea; I am officially converted.

  • Friday, Jan. 06, 2006 @ 00: 33 this was beanie's present from mom since tima always sleeps on the kitty condo. he loves it.

    pyxopotamus Diary Entry

  • The mission-house at Bukit-tima was surrounded by several of these wood-topped hills, which were much frequented by woodcutters and sawyers, and offered me an excellent collecting ground for insects.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • I lived for several weeks at a time with the missionary at Bukit-tima, about the centre of the island, where a pretty church has been built and there are about 300 converts.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • My friend at Bukit-tima was truly a father to his flock.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • January 08, 2003 @ 4: 27 am tima fell in the toilet.

    pyxopotamus Diary Entry

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