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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tahina
tahina (current term)
tai chi chuan
tai chi chuans
Literary usage of Tahina
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind by James Cowles Prichard (1847)
"Most verbs either end in a radically, or take some syllable ending in a, as ca, ma, va, ta, &c., or the word tahina, to make them verbs. ..."
2. Egypt by Jack Altman (2000)
"... spicy pickled vegetables, often also served as an accompanying condiment to a main dish; tahina, a tangy puree of sesame seed; ..."
3. Yorke the Adventurer, and Other Stories by Louis Becke (1901)
""Ay, tahina,1 they grow thickly and wild," he replied, with some inflection of sadness in his voice; " long, long ago, before my father's father lived, ..."
4. Yorke the Adventurer, and Other Stories by Louis Becke (1901)
""Ay, tahina,i they grow thickly and wild," he replied, with some inflection of sadness in his voice; " long, long ago, before my father's father lived, ..."
5. A New Malagasy-English Dictionary by James Richardson (1885)
"Blessed of Ood ; benefited by another. tahina, r pate. (Imp. tult'm.) To be blessed or benefited. ..."