Stranger Foreigner Visitor Guest

Author: Elizabeth Porter
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Stranger Foreigner Visitor Guest is the story of a collision of worlds and the ways in which westerners interact and impact on an extraordinary social and political arena in Africa.

German And English

Author: Christoph Friedrich Grieb
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Fremd, adj. 1. foreign, alien, outlandish, ext(er)raneous, exotic, † strange,
peregrine. Ein –er, eine –e, a stranger, foreigner, alien; it. visitor, guest; –e haben
, to have company; – (v. Pflanzen, Wörtern c.), exotic; ich bin hier –, I am a
stranger here. 2. + a) not belonging to a thing, foreign, extraneous. Einem oder
dem besondern Berufe od. Staude –, extraprofessional, foreign to a profession; –
es Licht, Mal.] false light. b) belonging to others, + strange. −es Gut, –e Kinder 1c.,
other people's ...

A Fulfulde English Dictionary

Author: Mukoshy, I.A.
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hoccugo hod'na hoccugo, 11. also hoofug and hoosugo, subtraction; see hoofa.
hotfa, v.int. to visit; sojourn; come round, alight, land, as a flying object, arrive and
set a temporaryu cattle camp as the seasons; kodo, adj. also kodudo, hobbe and
hodube, visitor; guest; stranger; foreigner, wuro hobbewo, a town of strangers;
kare kode, foreign goods; kodaaku, state of being a guest or stranger; hodana (1)
visit because of; o hodani ndiyam haa Song, he went to Song because of the
water ...

No Strangers Here

Author: Judy Chan
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If the host learns that there are previous ties to the guest through one's father or
son, the stranger is no longer a xenos13or foreigner, but instead called a philos
or dear friend. a promise of future hospitality is guaranteed as host and guest are
now ... of general kindness to outsiders in ancient greece, but rather an indication
of the need for safeguards to protect them in an inhospitable society and age.15
taylor observes the following about the triangle of host, guest, and divine visitor.

Savage Constructions

Author: Wendy C. Hamblet
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This rich word means all at once—visitor, guest, foreigner, and stranger. The
African reaction to the arrival of the strange, foreign, white-skinned invader was
likely one of curiosity and wonder. In some places there was bloody warfare
before the European could establish rule on the continent. But, for the most part,
European entry was peaceful. The African indigenous would have been
predisposed to welcome newcomers with gifts of food and crafts. This common
law of generosity to ...

The Armenian Origin Of The Etruscans

Author: R. Ellis
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'stranger, foreigner.' nd'se', . . . . . 'stranger, foreigner.' Arab.{mz€l, . . . . . 'strauger,
foreigner, visitor, guest, banquet.' Heb. ease, ' to migrate, to remove ;' Mia, ' to err.'
- - In Armenian poetry, raided .would be written né'édek, the-vowel if not being
then, as usual, merely understood.l . fielepfie . . fieloel, 'to pour out, éEsxéw' (Rev.
xvi. 2). zeiovl, ' to pom-3' MM, ' drunken, dissolute." Mae, ' he pours out, he
empties.' _ The th. is 110?, ' pouring, flowing,' found above in Mnivilt. Nettie,
being ...

Dictionary Of The German And English Languages

Author: Christopher Friedrich Grieb
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Freistatt. 3. s. Freie. Fremd, adj. 1. foreign, alien, ontlandish, ext(er)raneous,
exotic, + strange, peregrine. Ein –er, eine -e, a stranger. foreigner, alien; it. visitor,
guest; –ehaben, to have company; – (v. Pflanzen, Wörtern c.), exotie; ich bin hier
–, I am a stranger here. 2. + a) not belonging to a thing, foreign, extraneous.
Einem oder dem besondern Berufe od. Stande –, extraprofessional, foreign to a
profession; -es Licht, (Mal.) false light. b) belonging to others. + strange. -es Gut,
–e Kinder ...

Aus Meinem K Nigreich Tales From The Carpathian Mountains

Author: Carmen Sylva
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(pl. en), freedom, liberty. frei ́lich, of course, indeed. Frei ́werber, m. (pl. ),
matchmaker, deputywooer. fremd, strange; foreign; der Fremde (ein Fremder),
stranger, visitor, guest; ein fremder Mann, a stranger. Freu ́de, f. (pl. n), joy,
pleasure; mit Freuden, gladly, joyfully; Einem eine Freude machen, to give some
one joy. freu ́destrahlen, to beam withjoy. freu ́dig, gladsome(ly), cheerful(ly),
joyful(ly). freu ́en (= erfreuen), to delight, to give pleasure; es freut mich, it gives
me joy. Freund, m.

Webster S New World Roget S A Z Thesaurus

Author: Charlton Laird
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Ant. familiar, present, close. strangely a. oddly, queerly, unfamil- iarly, unnaturally
, uncommonly, exceptionally, remarkably, rarely, fantastically, amazingly,
surprisingly, singularly, peculiarly, unusually.— Ant. REGULARLY, commonly,
usually. strangeness n. newness, unfamiliar- ity, novelty, abnormality, eccentricity
, remoteness. Stranger n. foreigner, outsider, unknown person, uninvited person,
visitor, guest, immigrant, intruder, alien, interloper, new kid in town*, new kid on
the block*, ...

Webster S New World Thesaurus

Author: Charlton Laird
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Strangeness n. newness, unfamiliar- ity, novelty, abnormality, eccentricity,
remoteness. stranger n. foreigner, outsider, unknown person, uninvited person,
visitor, guest, immigrant, intruder, alien, interloper, new kid in town*, new kid on
the block*, drifter, squatter, perfect stranger, complete stranger. Strangle v.
asphyxiate, suffocate, garrote; see CHOKE. Strap n. thong, strop, leash; see
BAND I. Strategy n. approach, method, procedure; see TACTICS. Straw n. Straws
and strawlike fibers ...