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Usage examples for Za

  1. An excellent group Za said – Stopover Planet by Robert E. Gilbert
  2. He planted a battery of four guns on the point guarding the entrance of Marza Muscat the other gulf and the spot has ever since been called Dragut's Point – A Book of Golden Deeds by Charlotte M. Yonge
  3. Then arose from a multitude of fierce throats drawn out into a half chant half roar but deafening in its thunderous volume a most hideous and appalling shout Igazi pu za – The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley by Bertram Mitford
  4. Za shook his head – Stopover Planet by Robert E. Gilbert
  5. “ Eu du go forth Dak du za run – The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages by Andrew Woods Williamson
  6. 4 za e al me en na 5 d – Sumerian Liturgies and Psalms by Stephen Langdon
  7. His pulses bounded and his steed maddened with excitement and terror snorted and tugged at the reins as the terrible slogan rang forth from those fierce throats expressing in curdling meaning their veritable thirst for blood Igazi pu za – The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley by Bertram Mitford
  8. This is known to the Havasupai Indians as Hue ga da wi za the Mountain of the Clenched Fist for this is its appearance when seen at certain angles – The-Grand-Canyon-of-Arizona-how-to-see-it by James, George Wharton
  9. My grandmother Ha za ho ta win was a full blood of the Medawakanton Band of the Sioux Tribe of Indians – Myths and Legends of the Sioux by Marie L. McLaughlin
  10. Take care missy Za dat clumsy feller wid the big stone let him fall and oh – The Madman and the Pirate by R.M. Ballantyne
  11. Now you keep out ob de road leetil Za – The Madman and the Pirate by R.M. Ballantyne
  12. The poorer classes all wear the Za'al or Hibas of Al Yaman two yarns of black sheep's wool tied round the leg under the knee and above the ankle – Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah by Sir Richard Francis Burton
  13. Za pointed to Mrs Jane Huprich ” – Stopover Planet by Robert E. Gilbert
  14. 2 za e al me en na 3 d – Sumerian Liturgies and Psalms by Stephen Langdon
  15. The Kossacks of the Dnieper are called Za porog ian because they live beyond the porog or waterfall – The Ethnology of the British Islands by Robert Gordon Latham