Definitions

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  • noun A horse of a dark color, neither gray nor white, and having no spots.

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  • noun archaic A horse of a dark colour with no lighter spots.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Within those verses, the following Hebrew letters are written in a small script, “tav,” “shin,” and “zain.”

    Can America Survive?

  • Additionally, the Hebrew letter “vav” is written in a larger script than the rest of the text.23 Since the Jewish calendar year is represented by Hebrew letters, the smaller letters, “tav,” “shin,” and “zain” refer to Jewish calendar year 707.

    Can America Survive?

  • Additionally, the Hebrew letter “vav” is written in a larger script than the rest of the text.23 Since the Jewish calendar year is represented by Hebrew letters, the smaller letters, “tav,” “shin,” and “zain” refer to Jewish calendar year 707.

    Can America Survive?

  • Within those verses, the following Hebrew letters are written in a small script, “tav,” “shin,” and “zain.”

    Can America Survive?

  • You did the right thing reporting the first one, no this one! reply zain

    Ankur Jain: “I Would Like To Address My Dad’s Character”

  • Feeds are a service that publishers graciously offer their readers … pro bloggers have an obligation to their lifestyle to try and monetize their content however possible, imho. reply zain

    FeedBurner Finally Rolls Out AdSense

  • The word Chezib, and Achzib, at last passed into Ecdippa, according to the manner of the Syrian dialect; to which it is common to change zain of the

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • Zain is generally translated as dark without any white; but as Azara speaks of mules being "zain-clair," I suspect that zain must have meant dun-coloured.

    The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I.

  • More information is available at www.redcross.org/savealife zain.shauk@chron.com

    chron.com Chronicle

  • The polite Ghadamseeah are very fond of _zain_; but it should properly apply to pretty women.

    Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846

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