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Google previewHistorical and other information connected with place in the Persian Gulf (1856)

by Robert Hughes Thomas

lla Abade. Jella Abade is a small village, with several towers on the hill over it, in lat. 26° 42' 39' N ., ...

Google previewSelections from the Records of the Bombay Government (1856)

Jella ABADE . Jella Abade is a small village ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Fish and Fish Products (2009)

by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

fish Yellow gurnard Yellow perch Yellow sea bream Yellow sole Yellowbelly flounder Yellow-eye mullet Yellowfin tuna Yellowtail Yellowtail flounder Yellowtail kingfish Z Zanthe A Aalpricken 1 Abade`che royale du cap 548 Abade` ches 263.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ... (1822)

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ABADE, or Scheck AbADE, a village of Egypt, on the left bank of the Nile. Immense ruins and a long succession of rubbish announce the remains of a great city, probably the ancient Antinoe. That city was built in honour of Antinous, the minion ...

Google previewAn etymological dictionary of the Scottish language (1879)

by John Jamieson

ABAD, ABADE, ABAID, s. Delay, abiding, tarrying; the same with Bad, bade. Bischop Synclar, with out langar abaid, Met thaim at Glammyss, syne furth with ...

Google previewA universal Gazetteer; or geographical dictionary of the World. Founded on the works of Brookes and Walker, etc (1835)

by George LANDMANN (C.E.)

ABADE, a village of Africa, Egypt, on the left bank of the Nile, 80 m s Cairo. ABADEH, a town of Asia, Persia, in the province of Fars; P. 5000. ABAKANskoi- ost Rog, a palisaded town of Asia, Russia, Siberia, in the government A B B of Tomsk ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the First Or Oldest Words in the English Language (1862)

From the Semi-Saxon Period of A.D. 1250 to 1300. Consisting of an Alphabetical Inventory of Every Word Found in the Printed English Literature of the 13th Century by Herbert Coleridge

abade .

Google previewDictionary of obsolete and provincial English (1857)

by Thomas Wright

ABADE,(l)pa*f t. of abiden ( A.-S.).

Google previewDictionary of the Efïk Language, in Two Parts (1862)

I. Efïk and English, II. English and Efïk by Hugh Goldie

müm abade ekpri . inua kama . HUMIL ' - ITY , n . lle has humility , Hush ' - MONEY , n . Udüp - inua ; ingene Onim idem - esie ke ekpri . ukan edem . Hu ' - MOUR , n . Mbubru . Bad hu - Husk , n . Ikpök . mour , Idiök ësët .

Google previewChambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1878)

by William Chambers

spons ; L Igua , , & ita bisa sfona abade spa ' s , 7 : 2 , a we ; L sadis , stia , a staged or six ( AS paras ; Ga mere ; leer ; Gesperia ; proba qeve - HIL 3 - , sa sel shoe - sail , so cale ...

Google previewA universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world (1840)

by George Thomas Landmann

Abade. a village of Africa, Egypt, on the left bank of the Nile, 00 m. s. of Cairo. Abadeii, a towu of Persia, in the province of Far* ; P. 5000. Abakanskoi-ostroo, a towa of Russian Siberia, in the government of Tomsk and district of Crasnoiarsk, ...

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Scrabble value of A1B3A1D2E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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