Definition of Bidis
1. bidi [n] - See also: bidi
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bidis
Literary usage of Bidis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Control of Tobacco-Related Cancers and Other Diseases: Proceedings of an by Prakash C. Gupta, James E. Hamner, P. R. Murti (1992)
"Bidi: bidis are the most popular form of tobacco use, consuming 34% of the tobacco ... bidis are generally sold in bundles, each containing 8-24 bidis, ..."
2. The Itinerary of John Leland the Antiquary: Publish'd from the Original MS by John Leland (1768)
"TRE geld, pro xx. bidis. Terra eft xvi l. car. De ea funt in dominio vi I- bida. ... E. geld, pro vin. bidis. Terra efl vi. W. D# enfant in dominio v. ..."
3. Three Middle-English Versions of the Rule of St. Benet and Two Contemporary by Benedict, Ernst Albin Kock (1902)
"... 5 ye sal laie it dune, & do fat scho bidis ; fan er ye buxum under reule. ... how je sal it halde. he bidis fat je do als fe prophète 30 sais : " kepe ..."
4. Phrasis: A Treatise on the History and Structure of the Different Languages by Jacob Wilson (1864)
"... bimis, biti, bidis — bid-ead is a double infin., like German wer- den, Italian ess-ere. See how the plural agrees with the present plural. ..."
5. Letters on Italy by Antoine Laurent Castellan, Richard Phillips, Benjamin Bensley (1820)
"At present all the waters disappear, and the bottom is entirely covered with salt. , The ancient bidis is the country of the celebrated Shepherd Daphnis, ..."