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  • Awn — ([add]n), n. [OE. awn, agune, from Icel. [ o]gn, pl. agnir; akin to Sw. agn, Dan. avne, Goth. ahana, OHG. agana, G. agen, ahne, chaff, Gr. a chnh, AS. egla; prob. from same root as E. acute. See 3d {Ear}. [root]1.] (Bot.) The bristle or beard of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • List of Dhangar clans in India — The following is the list of Dhangar clans/Kulas of surnames of all sub castes from India. [Dhangar Samaj Prachin Eitihas va Kul Gotra, Ganpatrao Kolekar, 1992.(Marathi)] [Dhangar samajachi gotre, Ganpatrao Kolekar, 1981 (Marathi)] [ Hamara Samaj …   Wikipedia

  • Chaim Grade — (auch Chajim Grade; * 4. April 1910 in Wilna, Litauen, damals Russland; † 26. April 1982 in New York) war ein russisch jüdischer Schriftsteller und Dichter und gilt als einer der führenden jiddischen Schriftsteller des 20. Jahrhunderts.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • awn — awned, adj. awnless, adj. /awn/, n. Bot. 1. a bristlelike appendage of a plant, esp. on the glumes of grasses. 2. such appendages collectively, as those forming the beard of wheat, barley, etc. 3. any similar bristle. [1250 1300; ME aw(u)n, agune …   Universalium

  • Grade, Chaim — ▪ Yiddish author born April 5, 1910, Vilna, Russian Empire [now Vilnius, Lithuania] died June 26, 1982, New York, New York, U.S.       Yiddish poet, short story writer, and novelist who was one of the last surviving secularized Yiddish writers to …   Universalium

  • Nachiketa Chakraborty — Nachiketa Birth name Nachiketa Chakraborty Origin Kolkata Genres Jeebonmukhi Occup …   Wikipedia

  • CAMPAGI — Principum sive Imperatorum Romanor. calceamenta erant, cultu, pretiô coloreque ab aliorum distincta. Iul. Capitolin. in Maximine Iun. c. 2. Calceamentum eius, i. e. campagum regium, quidam posuerunt, Trebell. Pollio in Gallien. c. 16. caligas… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • awn — [[t]ɔn[/t]] n. 1) bot a bristlelike appendage of a plant, esp. on the glumes of grasses 2) any similar bristle • Etymology: 1250–1300; ME aw(u) n, agune, agene, prob. < Scand; cf. ON ǫgn, husk; OE ægnan, c. OHG agana, Go ahana, OL agna ear of… …   From formal English to slang

  • GRADE, CHAIM — (1910–1982), Yiddish poet and novelist. Born in Vilna, Grade became that city s most articulate literary interpreter. After his father s early death, his mother ran a market stall in order to provide him a traditional education; he attended… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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