Definition of Mashi
1. Noun. A Bantu language.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mashi
Literary usage of Mashi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Kuaiwa Hen: Twenty-five Exercises in the Yedo Colloquial, for the Use of by Ernest Mason Satow (1873)
"-mase-n keredo ' -mase-zu i -mase-zu nt I -mase-zu shite -mase-n' de Future -masho (mase-u) Imperative -mase (less used than mashi) ..."
2. A Japanese-English and English-Japanese Dictionary by James Curtis Hepburn (1886)
"Mashi,-su -r^ Jg iv and tv To increase, to augment; to udd to, make greater ... Mashi,-BU v ^ iv To dwell, reside (said of the kanti, or honorable persons): ..."
3. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan by Asiatic Society of Japan (1895)
"The word mashi, given in the last example but •one, ... Iku-wa mashi J To go is preferable. ... It will be better to go, more lit., (lit. Jap.) Mashi-wa ..."
4. Japanese Conversation-grammar: With Numerous Reading Lessons and Dialogues by Hermann Plaut (1905)
"kono jibiki wa yoku nai ga, nai yori mashi da. This dictionary is not good; but, for all that, ... yuki no furu no wa anie no furu yori mashi des'. ..."
5. Secwana Dictionary: Secwana-English and English-Secwana by John Tom Brown (1895)
"Mashi ; mash. Sweet milk, mashi a ... mashi a dipese ; curdled milk, mashi aa ... thick milk out of a sack, mashi a ..."