Definition of Maftirs

1. maftir [n] - See also: maftir



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Maftirs

maffling
mafflings
mafflins
mafia
mafialike
mafias
mafic
mafics
mafiosi
mafioso
mafiosos
mafoo
mafoos
mafosfamide
maftir
maftirs (current term)
mafufunyana
mag
mag tape
mag wheel
mag wheels
magadiite
magadiites
magainin
magainins
magaldrate
magalog
magalogs
magalogue
magalogues

Literary usage of Maftirs

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1. An Universal Etymological English Dictionary ...by Nathan Bailey by Nathan Bailey (1756)
"... The dreams of deeping men are made up of the waking man's ideas, tho' for the moft part oddly put together. Locke. i«í<. At maftirs in the clare ..."

2. A Manual of Roman Antiquities by William Ramsay (1870)
"... the taies farmed out ; and matrons gave an entertainment to the slaves, as the maftirs of families did on the Saturnalia, the object of the latter being ..."

3. The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh by Great Britain (1773)
"... of the faid court are entered, and if ¡be reports made by the maftirs of the laid court, in pursuance of fuch decrees ..."

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