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Angelë[Sepe]

Tähüzü [Sepe]

near \ˈnɪɹ\

  1. ndurü
  2. ...
    • He entered the inn, and asking for dinner, unbuckled his wallet, and sat down to rest himself near the door. — (Mary ShelleyModèle:ws, 1820)
    • Fastening one end of this at that point of the trunk of the tree which was nearest the peg, he unrolled it till it reached the peg and thence further unrolled it, in the direction already established by the two points of the tree and the peg, for the distance of fifty feet […] — (Edgar Allan PoeThe Gold-Bug, 1843)
    • The star grew—it grew with a terrible steadiness hour after hour, a little larger each hour, a little nearer the midnight zenith, and brighter and brighter, until it had turned night into a second day. — (H. G. WellsModèle:ws, 1897)
    • It shied, balked, and whinnied, and in the end he could do nothing but drive it into the yard while the men used their own strength to get the heavy wagon near enough the hayloft for convenient pitching. — (H. P. LovecraftThe Colour Out of Space, 1927)

Mbasêlî [Sepe]

near \ˈnɪɹ\ wala \ˈnɪə\

  1. (Tî halëzo) kûê pëpe
    • Sir John Friend had very near completed a regiment of horse. — (David Hume et Tobias SmollettThe History of England, 1825, lêmbëtï 263)
    • Thinking about those pounds and pence, I near forgot my wound. — (Owen Parry, Honor’s Kingdom, 2003, lêmbëtï 365)

Palî [Sepe]

near \ˈnɪɹ\ wala \ˈnɪə\

  1. ...
    • The ship was nearing the Straits of Magellan.

Âlïndïpa[Sepe]