O, the men on guard said one of the ladies had seen demons, and that the syn had been sent for, to say incantations over her.
Gray states it to be only a distorted specimen of Vulsella, syn.
The word syntax is derived from the Greek syn (with or together) and taxis (arrangement).
"Come, syn; I will lead thee in," said the secretary, taking his hand.
The reddish amphibole-granite of syn, which was taken for all the Egyptian obelisks.
Hence is the saying that syn is set against it, when anyone tries to deny ought.
Asphodelus tauricus) has white flowers on stems about two feet high; and tenuior, now cretica (syn.
And syn we knowen wel at many a man ha sout e fruit of blisfulnesse nat only wi suffryng of dee.
The eleventh is syn, who guards the door of the hall, and closes it against those who are not to enter.
Now an 2624 syn at alle inges ben requered for e grace of good.
word-forming element meaning "together with," from Greek syn "with, together with," of unknown origin.
syn- or sym-
Together; with: synclonus.
Same; similar: synteny.
At the same time: synesthesia.