Definition of Tangis
1. tangi [n] - See also: tangi
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tangis
Literary usage of Tangis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Polynesian Wanderings: Tracks of the Migration Deduced from an by William Churchill (1911)
"Mota: tangi, tangis, tangtang, to cry, to weep. ... The Proto-Samoan stem is tangis. The significations are polyphase; therefore the time ..."
2. The Journal of the Polynesian Society by Polynesian Society (N.Z.) (1912)
"Malagasy, tang ; Sumatra, tangis ' Malay, Java, tang is ; Lesser Sunda Islands, ... tangi; Borneo, tangis; Philippines, tangis, tangit; Formosa, m-angis, ..."
3. Histoire Des Sciences Mathématiques Et Physiques by Maximilien Marie (1884)
"Il l'appelle Clarissime Adriane; mais il lui dit : Dum circulum per hyperbolas tangis, rem acu non tangis, ..."
4. Chronicles of the Tombs: A Select Collection of Epitaphs, Preceded by an by Thomas Joseph Pettigrew (1888)
"... tuis terrestria tangis tangis nunc digitis Organa celsa poli. Anno Dom. 1621. Other organists and professors of music have been celebrated in epitaphs ..."