Difference between revisions of "phyir"

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bow without uncovering one's head (a less humble way of saluting) [JV]
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because. in order to/ for.; hence; because, for the sake of, in order to, back, towards the back, behind, for the ske of, with regard to [RY]
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since [RY]
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. . . gi phyir - because . . .; in order to/ for . . . [RB]
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again, back [to], because of, to[wards the back] behind out[side], forth, by through, afterwards, subsequently, out[side], in order to, [IW]
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in order to [RY]
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consequently [RY]
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for, in order to, outside, afterwards, for the sake of, again, back, behind, after, forth, out, because of, on account of, by, through, for the purpose of, subsequently, the "purposive" clause connective, back, back to, backwards, since, therefore, to [JV]
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1) out, outside; 2) down, downward; 3) back, behind, backwards; 4) forth; 5) by, through; 6) because, since, hence, consequently; 7) for the sake of, in order to [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:52, 20 January 2019

because. in order to/ for.; hence; because, for the sake of, in order to, back, towards the back, behind, for the ske of, with regard to [RY]

since [RY]

. . . gi phyir - because . . .; in order to/ for . . . [RB]

again, back [to], because of, to[wards the back] behind out[side], forth, by through, afterwards, subsequently, out[side], in order to, [IW]

in order to [RY]

consequently [RY]

for, in order to, outside, afterwards, for the sake of, again, back, behind, after, forth, out, because of, on account of, by, through, for the purpose of, subsequently, the "purposive" clause connective, back, back to, backwards, since, therefore, to [JV]

1) out, outside; 2) down, downward; 3) back, behind, backwards; 4) forth; 5) by, through; 6) because, since, hence, consequently; 7) for the sake of, in order to [Erick Tsiknopoulos]