Definition of Sirihs

1. sirih [n] - See also: sirih



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sirihs

sirenizing
sirenlike
sirenomelic
sirens
sirensong
sires
sirgang
sirgangs
siri
siriases
siriasis
siricid
siricids
sirihs (current term)
siring
siris tree
sirius
sirkar
sirkars
sirkeer
sirkeers
sirloin
sirloin steak
sirloin tip
sirloins
sirmark
sirmarks
sirname

Literary usage of Sirihs

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1. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress edited by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1829)
"... surface of the said tube, supposing the water already raised in the tube thirty feet by the air pump. If any of your cor- VOL. III.—SECOND sirihs. ..."

2. De Badoej's by Julius Karel Jacobs, J. J. Meyer (1891)
"... als er vrouwen zijn. van den poe-oen, Het aangezicht sirihs-speek- roet (ha rang •vonk deze pop in een stuk Den derden dag na het ka wal o e-feest wordt ..."

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