10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UP ONESELF»
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Lithuanian Dictionary: English-Lithuanian, Lithuanian-English
l.p.) position ~ti fcar. arrange, dispose issidriekti stretcli out; spread" out Issiduoti
give oneself awáy Issidurti prick out; Jis ISsIduré »k¡ he pricked out liis eye
issieikvoti waste up oneself; dwindle issigabenti 1 move; I- i. naujq but«. move to
The Oxford Handbook of Kierkegaard
Yet Works ofLove is also a book about the burden of time implied in edification.
The burden is to carry the weight ofoneselfin time, not giving up oneself. The task
of'b ecoming oneself' implies preserving oneself against oneself. Why is this only
John Lippitt, George Pattison, 2013
Dictionary of the Efïk Language, in Two Parts: I. Efïk and ...
ft=ng. roll up oneself; to crouch. Onwlne, v., ofura idem, He orouches, coils
himself up. 2. Trop. To turn the edge of a tool. Ofut onwlne, v., ofura isii, The
sword turns its edge. Nwin'-e, v. intr. of above. 1. To be bent. 2. To be rolled or
Dictionary of Upriver Halkomelem
<Xwiythet ~ xwithet>, pcrs //xwiy=T-et//, ABFC /'wake up (oneself), (wake oneself
purposely )'/, (<=t> purposeful control transitivizer), (<-et> reflexive), syntactic
analysis: intransitive verb, attested by AC (8/15/70), JL and NP and Deming (Fish
Brent Douglas Galloway, 2009
Oneida-English/English Oneida Dictionary
-ate'lholok-/-ate'lhol-/-at-N-olok-/ -at-N-ol- v.a. cover up oneself. late7lho-loks he
covers himself up (so that even his head is covered). wa7kate7lho-loke7 I
covered up. With -kAh- cloth, fabric, blanket: wa7katkAho-loke7 I covered myself
with a ...
Karin Michelson, Mercy Doxtator, 2002
A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament: Including ...
Hitbpal. to lift up oneself to rise up, Is. 33, 10 bbi'-ix for oai-inR. Also to lift up
oneself in pride and insolence, Dan. 11, 36. Deriv. Dm — naai-i, ita^, pwi, D-no,
nssppi, n;amn, and the pr. names 0*3, nan, rvie"i, 2M Plan, -us ipuaeS, rw, rvia-ia,
Gift Giving: A Research Anthology
Content analyses revealed that the dominant motivations and circumstances
mentioned were (a) to reward oneself for a personal accomplishment, (b) to
cheer up oneself when feeling down, (c) to celebrate a holiday (e.g. Christmas,
Cele Otnes, Richard Francis Beltramini, 1996
Dictionary of Contemporary Slang
Compare up oneself upfrontadj bold, assertive, open, straightforward, trustworthy.
The word is usually used approvingly of someone acting honestly or without guile
. uphill gardener nBritish a malehomosexual. Theterm isoneof many pejorative ...
The Republic of Letters: A Cultural History of the French ...
... put them at their ease, maintaining the conversation by directing it with skill
rather than keeping it up oneself, such that each person gets the reception that
can and ought to satisfy him.'15 Published in 1818, after the great salons had
A Hebrew and English lexicon without points: in which the ...
As a participle or participial N. mas. plur. rwpffn crooked, as opposed to yispO
straight, occ. Isa. xlii. 16, which gives the idea. As a N. fern. plur. rrops
perverseness. Prov. iv. 21. vi. 12. ]. In Kal, to raise, lift up oneself, or be raised, as
a sword, occ.