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Anit is sometimes a misspelling of aunt.


Anit: Dewi Anit, juga dieja Enit merupakan nama dewi Mesir. Ia digambarkan sebagai wanita mengenakan tutup kepala sama seperti Meskhenet. Ia merupakan pasangan kepada Dewa Ani, kadang kala sebagai pasangan Dewa Menthu.

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Google previewPlain Dealing (1867)

Or, News from New England by Thomas Lechford

The initial m represents the impersonal prefix, while anit is a regularly- formed verbal. sorted : " MTM Glover did worthily and wisely to 120 Plaine dealings.

Google previewA Book of the Beginnings (2007)

by Gerald Massey

that the solar birthplace and the soul's place of re-birth in the Ritual is An, An being the name for stone, and one especial symbol of An is the stone or obelisk ; also Anit is a name of the genitrix, who was the earliest form of the mother church.

Google previewThese Are the Words (2012)

A Vocabulary of Jewish Spiritual Life by Rabbi Arthur Green Phd, Arthur Green

ta'anit is a day on which neither eating nor drinking is permitted. The only such fast day mentioned in the Torah* (Leviticus 23:27) is the tenth day of the seventh month or Yom Kippur.* That fast, lasting from evening to evening, marks the ...

Google previewTeaching Jewishly (2007)

by Joel Lurie Grishaver

Ta'anit is a tractate of the Talmud that deals with fasts. Talmud The Talmud is a commentary and application of the Torah to fit into the modern life of the greco- roman era. It was created in two layers: the Mishnah (160 b.c.e.–210 c.e.) and the ...

Google previewNIVAC Bundle 3: Wisdom Books (2015)

by John H. Walton, Gerald H. Wilson, Paul Koptak, Iain Provan

The (anit is a shorter, thrusting spear used in close combat. The meaning of segor is debated, with some suggesting a double axe, and others the “socket” from which a throwing spear (or javelin) is launched. If the latter is true, the image is a ...

Google previewVeterinary Toxicology (2011)

Basic and Clinical Principles by Ramesh C. Gupta

ANIT is a hepatotoxicant that damages bile duct epithelium and hepatocytes.

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of Egyptian Archaeology (1902)

by Mary Brodrick

Anit. A form of the goddess Hathor, wife of the Theban ...

Google previewThe Jewish Encyclopedia (1907)

A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler

a commentary on the treatises Shabbat, Pesahim, Megillah, Ta'anit, Mo'ed Katan, Yebamot, Ketubot, Kiddushin, Baba Kamma, Sanhedrin, Makkot, Shebu'ot, "Abodah Zarah, and ' Arakin ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences (1879)

by Henry Watts

anit. THOMSON'S CONSPECTUS ADAPTED TO THE BRITISH PHARMACOPOEIA. By EDMUND LLOYD BIRKF.TT, M.D., &c., Physician to the City of London Hospital for Diseases of the Chest. Latest Edition, with Supplement containing ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion (2011)

by Adele Berlin

TA↩ANIT (tynI[]T;; Fast), tractate in Mishnah order Mo↩ed, in fourchapters, with related material in the Tosefta' and in both Talmuds. It deals with laws related to various forms of fast days (see FASTS), primarily with fasting in times of drought.

Google previewAn Irish-English Dictionary, Containing Upwards of Twenty Thousand Words that Never Appeared in Any Former Irish Lexicon: with Copious Quotations from the Most Esteemed Ancient and Modern Writers, to Elucidate the Meaning of Obscure Words and Numerous Comparisons ... ; to which is Annexed, a Compendious Irish Grammar. By Edward O'Reilly (1821)

anit $nea5aé, sneaghach, a. full of nits Snearh, я театh, s. a nit. Sc. Snearinae, sneamhach, a. nitty. Sc. Sne)s, sneidй, a little, small Snele, sneidh, s. sadness, sorrow, vexation :Sne)5, sheig4, a. straight, direct Sn)e, snia/, ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Judaism (2004)

by Alan Avery-Peck, Jacob Neusner

Ta'anit [1] Minor fasts, lasting from dawn to dusk, generally in times of trouble or drought; [2] Mishnah tractate devoted to fasts that are called in order to pray for rain; the sequence of fasts for rain (chap. 1); liturgy of the community for a fast day ...

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Scrabble value of A1N1I1T1

The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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