He chuckled, snapped his fingers at the sun, waved his hand at ger Tor, and trotted back to the cottage.
Unless we get firm in West Africa, ger—untold complications may follow.
ger liked the sound of the laugh—it was not making fun of him.
"ger in," he said again more loudly, and as if angry with himself for having to say it.
Lag′gard, Lag′ger, one who lags behind: a loiterer: an idler.
The bank of a river or lake was called Over, cognate with ger.
To a brilliant living monarch we owe the phrase "mailed fist," a translation of ger.
Stout, valiant, now used euphemistically for fat, is cognate with ger.
In Teutonic languages the word, in its various forms, is the common one for “bottle,” so in ger.
There is no more complimentary epithet than knightly, while ger.