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Sewar refers to a dagger of Indian origin, typically carried in a belt and used mainly in Sumatra, Indonesia. The blade is also referred to as Sewah by the Gayo people, Seiva by the Minangkabau people, Siva by the Alas people, and Siwaih by the Acehnese people.
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Wintu Dictionary (1985)
by Harvey Pitkin
sewar 'to open the mouth' qoti'sama se-dawu Lie ...
An aqueduct, a conduit pipe, a sewar. asná, n. A tile. quil, f. A tube, a pipe, a spout, gunbarrel; any long and hollow body. ani, m. The bone of the leg, the tibia. •l&izi, n. S. A star. 2 An asterism in the moon's path ; a lunar mansion. Twenty-se- ...
A Dictionary Of The Malayan Language, In 2 Parts, Malayan and English And English and Malayan (1812)
by William Marsden
sewar. Poo L oš külam, co, talăga ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1903)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
SEWAR D, Albert Charles, M.A., F.R.S.: University Lecturer in Botany, Cambridge ; sometime Fellow of St John's College: Fellow and Tutor in Natural Science, Emmanuel College, Cambridge : author of 'Fossil Plants as Tests of Climate,' 'The ...
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- Tom's on the sewar
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- Oscar almost down the sewar
San Francisco underworld
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Scrabble value of S1E1W4A1R1
The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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