Definition of Dsomo
1. a female DSO [n -S] - See also: DSO
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dsomo
dsRNA adenosine deaminase
dsomo (current term)
Literary usage of Dsomo
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Four Years in Ashantee by Friedrich August Ramseyer, Johannes Kühne, Theodor Christlieb (1875)
"He had really visited the camp of dsomo, the chief of Mam pong, ... Little did I think that this brave dsomo would so soon meet his death in the battlefield ..."
2. A Grammatical Sketch of the Akra- Or Gã-language by Johann Zimmermann (1858)
"... to give out a dance; siki —, v. to go slowly on in dancing; tse —, v. to begin to dance, to start a dance; s. tse, v. so, inf. dsomo, v. to be bitter; ..."
3. Gardeners Chronicle, the Horticultural Trade Journal (1897)
"Begonia Silver Grey, n har.dsomo foliage variety of dwarf compact habit; a white Polyantha Rose ..."
4. Travels in Ladâk, Tartary, and Kashmir by Henry D'Oyley Torrens (1862)
"... of endurance of the sire with the docility of the dam, and is used for ploughing, as well as carrying burdens. The milk of the hybrid cow, dsomo or ..."
5. Handbook for Travellers in Northern Italy: Embracing the Continental States by John Murray (Firm) (1852)
"The Cathedral, or dsomo, is a very beautiful building, the beauty of the architecture being heightened by the richness and solidity of the material used in ..."