Synn is a female professional wrestling manager with Ohio Valley Wrestling, a developmental territory for World Wrestling Entertainment. She manages a stable of wrestlers known as the Disciples of Synn.
- also known as Stacy Goff
- born in (38 years ago)
- Marriage with Jim Cornette since
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Cases on Managing E-Services (2008)
by Scupola, Ada
Wonhi Synn is a professor of finance at the Martha and Spencer ...
E - P by Hensleigh Wedgwood
audr, empty, void ; undir audum himni, under the open sky ; aud- synn, open to view, easily seen. Compare also AS. cemetta, leisure, cemtig, empty, vacant ; Lat. vacuus, empty, Fr. vacant, empty, at leisure. — Cot. The transition from the ...
or, the English before the Welch. Containing all the words that are necessary to understand both languages; but more especially, for the translation of the English into Welch ... by John Roderick
Synn, fynnedig, hurt, lledfeddad, Jwrtb, 'inifereH, dwl, fyfrdan. W-DuUard, feeblockifh. Dumb.' Mûd, aflafar> dtymmadrodd. A Dump. Synnedig- aetb, irdang, burtrwydd. tjftA Dunce, fee dull, and Blockifli. Dunj; Tail, bam, biß- wait, demm, tmtb ...
Compiled from Writings of the XII., XIII., XIV. and XV. Centuries by Francis Henry Stratmann
synn, sinn, senn, sin, pecca- tum, Kath. 1177; А. к. 10; н.
by Anthony Lawson Mayhew, Walter William Skeat
synn : OS. sundea ; cp. OHG. sunta (Tatian). Suor, pt. t. of Sweren, q. v. Sup, v. to sup, drink gradually, eat supper, ...
A Dictionary of the old English language, compiled from writings of the 13. 14. and 15. centuries (1867)
by Franz Heinrich Stratmann
synn, sin, peccatum, Kath.
Catholic Dictionary (2013)
An Abridged and Updated Edition of Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon
Old English synn, syn, sin; Old High German sunta, ...
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The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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