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by William Marsden
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by Jonathan Rigg
To make obeisance, adoration, reverence. Sú m bah & un, a royal personage, a person of rank. The object of obeisance. Súm b a yang, divine worship, religious ceremony; devotion, praying. To pray. Probably derived from Sémbah, to make ...
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To make obeisance: worship Look up to. To respect; regard with deference. Make room. To open a space, way, or passage. Observe due decorum. To treat with respect or attention. Overawe. To restrain by fear or by superior influence.
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