make oneself heard
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The Complete Language of Dreams in Easy-To-Understand Form by Joan Seaman, Tom Philbin
need to make oneself heard by more people. 4. need for knowledge and ideas. 5. curiosity about the world. interrupt(ions) 1. inability to make oneself heard or understood, especially by a superior or mate. 2. lack of confidence in completing ...
Tohono O'odham/Pima to English, English to Tohono O'odham/Pima by Dean Saxton, Lucille Saxton, Susie Enos
kaiham or word about; —lith Vt cause to make a sound; Vr announce oneself; make oneself heard; ~thag N a sound; V make a sound; Vt spread (a rumor); Vr announce oneself with a sound; ~thag|him V; ~thag|im Adv noisily; ~thag o'ohana N ...
A Homeric Dictionary (1904)
For Schools and Colleges by Georg Autenrieth
γεγώνευν: make oneself heard by a call, oύ πώς οι έην βώσαντι γεγωνείν, Μ 337; όσσον τε γέγωνε βοήσάς (sc. τις), ε 400; call, cry out to, γέγωνέ τε πάν κατά άστυ, Ω 703; Κίκονες Κικόνεσσι γεγώνευν, ...
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