Definition of Obied

1. obi [v] - See also: obi



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obied

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obfuscated
obfuscates
obfuscating
obfuscation
obfuscations
obfuscator
obfuscators
obfuscatory
obhaplostemonous
obi
obia
obias
obidoxime
obidoxime chloride
obied (current term)
obies
obiing
obiism
obiisms
obiit
obijime
obimbricate
obis
obit
obital
obiter
obiter dicta
obiter dictum
obiters

Literary usage of Obied

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1. Travels in Kashmir and the Panjab: Containing a Particular Account of the by Karl Alexander Hügel, Thomas Best Jervis (1845)
"The military equipments of Khaja obied were on too small a scale for him to capture this petty fortress within a short time, and the composition of his army ..."

2. Moon-o-theism: Religion of a War and Moon God Prophet, Volume I of IIby Yoel Natan by Yoel Natan (2006)
"2885 Some have said that the Arabic Abdullah and obied Allah are ... One of Muhammad's uncles was named "obied Allah.,"2886 Obadiah however means "Servant ..."

3. pennsylvania archives by Pennsylvania State Library, Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth (1875)
"I am Your Excellency's obied't and humb'e Servant, HENRY HALLER. COL. MATLACK TO COMMISSIONERS OF LANCASTER COUNTY. IN COUNCIL, PHILADELPHIA, May 25, 1781. ..."

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