sain


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sain

(seɪn) or

saine

vb
(Ecclesiastical Terms) (tr) archaic to make the sign of the cross over so as to bless or protect from evil or sin
[Old English segnian, from Latin signare to sign (with the cross)]

sain


Past participle: sained
Gerund: saining

Imperative
sain
sain
Present
I sain
you sain
he/she/it sains
we sain
you sain
they sain
Preterite
I sained
you sained
he/she/it sained
we sained
you sained
they sained
Present Continuous
I am saining
you are saining
he/she/it is saining
we are saining
you are saining
they are saining
Present Perfect
I have sained
you have sained
he/she/it has sained
we have sained
you have sained
they have sained
Past Continuous
I was saining
you were saining
he/she/it was saining
we were saining
you were saining
they were saining
Past Perfect
I had sained
you had sained
he/she/it had sained
we had sained
you had sained
they had sained
Future
I will sain
you will sain
he/she/it will sain
we will sain
you will sain
they will sain
Future Perfect
I will have sained
you will have sained
he/she/it will have sained
we will have sained
you will have sained
they will have sained
Future Continuous
I will be saining
you will be saining
he/she/it will be saining
we will be saining
you will be saining
they will be saining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been saining
you have been saining
he/she/it has been saining
we have been saining
you have been saining
they have been saining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been saining
you will have been saining
he/she/it will have been saining
we will have been saining
you will have been saining
they will have been saining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been saining
you had been saining
he/she/it had been saining
we had been saining
you had been saining
they had been saining
Conditional
I would sain
you would sain
he/she/it would sain
we would sain
you would sain
they would sain
Past Conditional
I would have sained
you would have sained
he/she/it would have sained
we would have sained
you would have sained
they would have sained
Translations
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Expressing views on the life and poetry of the great mystic, noted Hindko writer, poet and researcher, Muhammad Ziauddin, said Sain Ahmad Ali enjoys a distinguished status in the Hindko poetry.
14 million dollars for 2016 while Sain and Christopher Williams together introduced just 260,000 dollars and since Sain has already been paid $170,000 in finder's fees, he would have to disgorge 157,000 dollars, which he had taken without authority.
Sain, a minority owner of the company behind the film and a producer was terminated after making the compensation request.
mae son am symud yr adran Archaeoleg i Sain Ffagan.
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Sain appealed to the city's industry owners on Wednesday to voluntarily shut their units down for a month, to reduce pollution levels during the Games.
Johnny Sain, a three-time All-Star who teamed with Warren Spahn on the Boston Braves to make up one of baseball's most fabled pitching tandems, died.
In the late 1960's, our closest friend in the majors was Johnny Sain, the former Braves pitching great, who was the Yankees pitching coach at the time.
The CD Dewch at eich Gilydd, is available in shops around Wales and on the Sain website - www.
If Mohmi Sain, MCIC, had his way, cars of the future may be fitted with tough, durable, and completely biodegradable bumpers made of hemp.