Various members of one family, known from their occupation as "dai Libri," were specially famous as miniaturists.
Nearly all the dai Butsus in the country are of ancient workmanship.
dai is the month that ushers in the winter quarter of the Muhammadan year.
"Comforting in your pockets trousers is a woman," dai cried.
The hills continue with toothed ridges, near dai Hap, where water is abundant, but not in the form of a river.
He upbraided Mary, and he prayed to be shown how to worst dai.
They are so called because their women act as dai or midwives.
The average man of culture in dai Nippon has to-day no religion.
dai quan ni itatte va ichinin bacari sadame io 'decide that which concerns the steward only.'
The principal sight of the place is the great dai Butsu, or gigantic metal statue of a seated Buddha.