ayuh


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a·yuh

 (ā′yə, ī′yə, ā-yŭ′)
interj. New England
Used to express agreement.
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29) Weinstock (1983:125-126) suggested a link between the abode of Tenangkai and the setangkai movement of Ampah, which came about in the mid-1900s as a millenarian reaction against the Dutch colonial resettlement program for the Luangan (from the Luang River to more accessible areas in the Teweh, Ayuh, and Ampah region) and against "the 1910 ordinance forcing the Luangan to form nucleated villages": "Limited to Ampah, setangkai originated in one extended family and does not appear to have spread beyond this group.
nasti strinam prthagyajno na vratam napy upofitam | patim susrusate yat tu tena svarge muhiyate || patyau jivati ya yosid upavasavratam caret | ayuh sa harate bhurtur narakam caiva gacchati || Vigui 25.
And what on earth do yins, wickety wack, ayuh, catty whompus and stomping it clean mean?
It derives its name from the Sanskrit words ayuh, meaning "longevity" and veda, meaning "knowledge.
Aku nyi batuh ayuh nga susah ashung = I watch him with some uneasiness, xxii.
a rabhasvemam amrtasya snustim achidyamana jaradastir astu te asum ta ayuh punar a bharami rajas tamo mopa ga ma pra mesthah AVS 8.