Definition of Shayas

1. shaya [n] - See also: shaya



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shayas

shawlies
shawling
shawlings
shawlless
shawllike
shawls
shawm
shawms
shawnees
shawny
shaws
shawties
shawty
shay
shaya
shayas (current term)
shays
shaytan
shaytans
shazaam
shazam
shcherbakovite
shcherbinaite
shchi
shchis
shd
she'd
she'd've

Literary usage of Shayas

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

1. The Calcutta Christian Observer (1835)
"... (this office belongs to a separate class, who are called shayas or teachers ;) but are mere ascetics, living secluded in their monasteries, ..."

2. Wörterbuch der Hausasprache by Adam Mischlich (1906)
"Sun shayas, sie ... ohne Obj. = shayas. ... shayas- wäi //. (Daura), das Tränken, die Bewässerung. ..."

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