Definition of Rewan

1. rewin [v] - See also: rewin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewan

revying
rew
rewa-rewa
rewake
rewaked
rewaken
rewakened
rewakening
rewakens
rewakes
rewaking
rewalk
rewalked
rewalking
rewalks
rewan (current term)
reward
rewardable
rewarded
rewarder
rewarders
rewardest
rewardeth
rewardful
rewarding
rewardingly
rewardless
rewards
rewarehouse
rewarehoused

Literary usage of Rewan

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Universal Biography: Containing Interesting Accounts, Critical and by John Platts (1826)
"He was one of the Swedish plenipotentiaries at the peace of rewan, in 1585. In that year he was accidentally drowned at the entrance of the port of Revel. ..."

2. Fiji and the Fijians by Thomas Williams, James Calvert (1859)
"This was a heavy blow to the rewan Chiefs, who were hemmed in closely, ... When, therefore, the rewan ambassador came with overtures of peace, ..."

3. Fiji and the Fijians by Thomas Williams, James Calvert (1859)
"This was a heavy blow to the rewan Chiefs, who were hemmed in closely, ... When, therefore, the rewan ambassador came with overtures of peace, ..."

4. Narrative of a Residence in Koordistan, and on the Site of Ancient Nineveh by Claudius James Rich (1836)
"A few years ago Abbas Mirza sent an army against them, which was obliged to retreat with the loss of its artillery, which is now in the castle of rewan-diz. ..."

5. Memoirs of Zehir-Ed-Din Muhammed Baber: Emperor of Hindustan by Babur, Charles Waddington (1826)
"Ab-rewan—running water, is said to be used in Persian for a canal or aqueduct. ... and the expression, the only ab-rewan, probably may mean, one of the few ..."

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