Definition of Pabir
1. Noun. A Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad.
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Literary usage of Pabir
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1. A Dictionary of the Welsh Language: Explained in English; with Numerous by William Owen Pughe (1832)
"pabir, ». pi. (pab—ir) Rushes, rush-candles. ... (pabir) Like rushes, or rush-like. ... (pabir) Abounding with rushes. Pabi, ». m. ..."
2. Y Cymmrodor by Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England) (1877)
"... the good man was buried—no evil spirit ever daring to visit or approach the place. 8 Frut wyneb, ' having the features of Brutus'. 9 pabir, 'papyrus'. ..."
3. Y Cymmrodor, Embodying the Transactions of the Cymmrodorion Society of London by Robert Jones, Thomas Powel (1877)
"... good man was buried — no evil spirit ever daring to visit or approach the place. 8 Frut wyneb, ' having the features of Brutus'. 9 pabir, 'papyrus'. i ..."