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Adesa is a musical group.

  • album: "Believer"

Phrases with Adesa

  1. Clinocera Adesa
  2. Stomphastis Adesa
  3. Species Clinocera Adesa

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Adesa

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Google previewNew York Court of Appeals. Records and Briefs.

70 NY2D 675, RECORD part 6, SOLOMON V CITY OF NEW YORK by New York (State).

, v“ zum « - adesa is a vis ans wisse, was er » . - Az.: W. wa - » „. ." » - d A. - » t 4, 1 . d - - » » w, A h vs. - . h .. A z “ - an “ - - - » - , d » » « - S- ...

Google previewTraditional Storytelling Today (2013)

An International Sourcebook by Margaret Read MacDonald

Adesa is a complex genre by which the social and moral fabric of society is reinforced and perpetuated.4 It is a dramatic art form in which the performers, that is both the narrator and the audience, are completely free to create and interpret ...

Google previewAmerican Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record (1911)

Adesa is a new idea in silver and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Asante and Fante Language Called Tshi (Chwee, Tw̌i) (1881)

With a Grammatical Introduction and Appendices on the Geography of the Gold Coast and Other Subjects by Johann Gottlieb Christaller

adesa. iidiisa-niba, F. men, children of man; syn. nnyimpa. o-dasanyi, ...

Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary for the Use of Students (1916)

by John R. Clark Hall

eadesa=adesa öadtruma'fm. giver of prosperity. шва wk. form of ëadig. éadgtan :ëadigan шшехат m. giver of prosperity. вагинит f. gift of prosperity. зашиты happy, blessed, triumphant. щ wealthy, ...

Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1960)

by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt

adosa = adesa; adreedan = ondraedan fidreefan (e) to drive away, shut out, expel, NED; AO.CP. ['adrefe'] Sdreenct = adrenced pp. of adrencan. Sdragan6 to draw (sword), HL15356. ftdrfifan — adncfan adremlnte f. feverfew (BT).

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1900)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

acasa, acasc, ax; but in the earliest example adesa occurs in connection with was as a different word: see 1111.] ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

adesa or adeee,

Google previewA Dictionary of the Old English Language of the XIII., XIV and XV. Centuries (1867)

by Francis Henry Stratmann

adesa Grein's gloss, addice, ...

Google previewPali-English Dictionary (1993)

by Thomas William Rhys Davids, William Stede

Adesa [fr. adisati, cp. Sk. adesa] information ...

Google previewThe Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia (101-)

by Project Gutenberg

adesa, of which the origin is unknown), a tool used for cutting and planing. It is somewhat like an axe reversed, the edge or the blade curving inward and placed at right angles to the handle. This shape is most suitable ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Etymology (1859)

A - D by Hensleigh Wedgwood

adesa, ascia. AS. Vocab. in Nat. Ant. To Affeer. From Lat. forum, a market, Fr. feur, market- price, fixed rate, whence offerer, or affeurer, to value at a certain rate , to set a price upon. From the latter of these forms the OE. expression to affere ...

Google previewThe Concise Dictionary of English Etymology (1993)

by Walter W. Skeat, Walter William Skeat

adesa, adese, an adze. Aerial ; see Air. Aery, an eagle's nest, brood of eagles or hawks.

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Scrabble value of A1D2E1S1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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