from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A prong or something projecting like a prong; an animal's horn; a branch or limb of a tree; a protruding arm.
- n. A branch of a deer's antler; the horn of a unicorn; a tooth of a harrow; a spike.
- v. To ignite, kindle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To kindle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To set on fire; kindle; light; inflame.
- n. A prong, or something projecting like a prong; an animal's horn; a branch or limb of a tree; a protruding arm.
Exista un cliseu care in majoritatea cazurilor oamenii slabi se supun regulilor, cand cineva zice "portocala e neagra" si e urmat de altcineva care zice la fel, intr-un scurt timp or sa zica toti care iau parte afirmatiei, desigur, mai sunt si exceptii deosebite, care tind sa-si mentina diversitatea, si raman in minoritate dar doar pentru ca ... cred ei, cu Demnitate si-au sustinut cauza.
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Many maisters, quoth the Poddock to the Harrow, when every tind took her a knock.
"'Sure an' he nades a wife to tind to the chickens an 'the pigs an' the turkeys -- the contrary little bastes that'll niver be stayin 'at home, at all at all.'"
I'd been workin 'at me trade, sor -- larnin' to tind bar it was -- and I'd just got a new job where the pay was pretty good, and I'd sint over for Maggie, and was plannin 'for the little flat we was to have, and the like of that, when I drew that prize.
"Shure, she'd 'tind to thot; wanst a Cat licks her futs, shure she's at home."
Well, but I must answer oor rettle, ung oomens: not yet; 'tis rate now, and I can't tind it.
The dreary waste of bared earth, thatched sheds and standing water, was a paradise to him; and when we walked up planks to deserted mixing and crushing mills, and actually saw where the clay was stirred with long iron prongs, and chalk or lime ground with "a tind of a mill," his expression of contentment and triumphant heroism knew no limit to its beauty.