A Concise Dictionary of the Bini Language of Southern by Hans Joachim Melzian

By Hans Joachim Melzian

Edo, also known as Bini, is the language spoken via a few million humans in and round Benin urban in Nigeria. it's the lanuage of the previous Benin country, recognized for its paintings.

There exist Edo-English dictionaries: this booklet and

* Agheysi, Rebecca N. - An Edo-English Dictionary, 1986.

Other usefull books in LG for the coed of the Edo language are:

* Osayomwanbo Osemwegie Ero - Egirama Edo Nogbae (Intensive Edo Grammar), 2003
* Egharevba, Jacob - Itan Edagbon Mwen, 1972
* Ebohon, Osemwegie - Agbon-izeloghomwan Kevbe Ehengbuda, 1974

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Enact: 제정하다, 법률화하다, 역을 하다, 법류화하다, 의 역을하다, 상연하다. equip: 장비하다, 갖추다, 꾸미다, 준비하다, 갖추게 하다, 갖추어 주다, 채비를 해주다. escaped: 도망한, 탈주한. fright: 돌연한 공포, 우스운 사람, 추악한사람, 추악한 사람, 우스운사람, 깜짝 놀라게 하다, 보기 흉한 물건, 도깨비 같은 사람, 도깨비 같은 물건, 공포, 보기 흉한 사람. gorgeously: 굉장하게, 화려하게, 호화롭게, 찬란하게. lowering: 내려가는, 비천한, 저하시키는, 저하, 낮게 하는. majesty: 주권, 폐하, 위엄, 장엄. masse: 마세, 세워 치기. monarch: 군주, 제주왕나비. resemblance: 유사, 닮은 얼굴, 닮음, 외관, 유사물, 초상, 그림, 외형, 상, 비슷함, 모양. terrified: 겁먹은, 무서워하는, 겁에 질린. tranquilly: 평온하게, 조용하게, 차분하게. % His mode of equipping the party as ourang-outangs was very simple, but effective enough for his purposes.

At no moment did he see that I watched him. He entered shop after shop, priced nothing, spoke no word, and looked at all objects with a Korean acquainted: 사귀게 된, 안면이 있는, 정통한, 친한. bazaar: 시장, 특매장, 바자, 백화점, 상점가, 잡화점, 자선시, 저자거리. brilliantly: 훌륭히, 찬연히, 번쩍번쩍, 찬한히, 빈들빈들하게, 재기가 넘쳐. caoutchouc: 생고무, 천연고무, 탄성 고무, 천연 고무. diminished: 감소된, 권위가 떨어진, 반음 줄인, 감손된. fro: 이리저리, 저쪽에, 앞뒤로, 저쪽으로. hesitatingly: 망설이게, 주저하게, 주저하면서. impatience: 조바심, 성급함, 초조, 견딜 수 없음, 참을수 없는일, 조급, 안달, 성급. interruption: 중단, 방해, 가로막음, 중절, 불통.

Mysteries force a man to think, and so injure his health. The truth is, there was something in the air with which Mr. Dammit was wont to give utterance to his offensive expression--something in his manner of enunciation--which at first interested, and afterwards made me very uneasy--something which, for want of a more definite term at present, I must be permitted to call queer; but which Mr. Coleridge would have called mystical, Mr. Kant pantheistical, Mr. Carlyle twistical, and Mr. Emerson hyperquizzitistical.

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