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:*( Syloti word to word gloss ) All humans ' born happen free and dignity plus rights with.
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:*( Bengali word-to-word gloss ) All human free-manner-in equal dignity and right taken birth-take do.
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:*( 1 ) All justification in pursuit of certain knowledge has also to justify the means of justification and therefore there can be no end.
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:*( vi ) a vessel engaged in a towing operation such as severely restricts the towing vessel and her tow in their ability to deviate from their course.
:*( 2 ) One can stop at self-evidence or common sense or fundamental principles or anything else, but in doing so the intention to install certain justification is abandoned.
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word and gloss
It may be derived from an Iranian ethnonym * ha-mazan -, " warriors ", a word attested as a denominal verb ( formed with the Indo-Iranian root kar-" make " also in kar-ma ) in Hesychius of Alexandria's gloss (" hamazakaran: ' to make war ' ( Persian )").
Cormac's Glossary ( also 9th century ), and a gloss in the later manuscript H. 3. 18, both explain the plural word gudemain (" spectres ") with the plural form morrígna.
The word traces its origins back to the british lux, meaning " light ", and generally implies radiance, gloss, or brilliance.
Alone, the Welsh element dy can mean ‘ thy, thine ’ or rather ‘ your ’ ( singular ) but there is no gloss of this word meaning ‘ great ,’ as the most cursory glance at the Welsh dictionary proves.
In Mecca, in pre-Islamic South Arabia, Allāt, Uzza, and Manah were believed to be the three chief goddesses of Mecca, they were called the " three exalted cranes " ( gharaniq, an obscure word on which ' crane ' is the usual gloss ).
The word taibhdhearc appears as a gloss for the Latin teatrum ( theatre ) in an old Irish document, derived from roots meaning " dream " and " glance.
When Asimov wrote his first robot stories in 1939 / 1940, the positron was a newly discovered particle and so the buzz word positronic, coined by analogy with electronic, added a contemporary gloss of popular science to the concept.
A gloss ( from, from glóssa " language ") is a brief marginal notation of the meaning of a word or wording in a text.
In linguistics, a simple gloss in running text may be marked by single quotation marks and follow the transcription of a foreign word.
( The first gloss after each character roughly translates the kanji ; the second is the meaning of the word in Japanese.
The word Yeshu is however found as a secondary marginal gloss to the first passage in the Leiden manuscript which together with the Midrashic version show that the account was understood to be about a follower of Yeshu ben Pandera.
This sentence is about a word in the object language Latin, which appears in italics, and about its counterpart in the gloss language English, enclosed in single quotation marks.
Photo: Norwegian Folk Museum 1962The Oxford English Dictionary dates the first use of the word in English from 1598, quoting John Florio who, in his 1698 dictionary, A World of Words, described " a kind of press to press buckram, fustian, or dyed linen cloth, to make it have a luster or gloss.
The German word is a gloss of the Latin pagus ; hence the Gau is analogous with the pays of feudal France.
The sabab thus fixes the meaning of the pronoun " ye ", and also provides a gloss for the word " right conduct " ( birr ) as the Sunnah of Muhammed.