from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The common newt or eft.
- n. Any of several species of aquatic salamanders.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The common newt or eft. In America often applied to several species of aquatic salamanders.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as eft.
- n. A name of the crimson-spotted triton of the United States.
Reuters Mr. Erdogan urges citizens to vote yes ( 'evet') on the proposed constitutional changes at a rally Sunday.
( "evet") rally in Istanbul on September 5, one week ahead of the referendum.
My husband and I were were so excited as we we going to a big steak dinner evet in Austin after their Dallas visit.
As voters shook the rain off their clothes and made their way toward the voting area, Rabia Tutash, a soft-spoken woman in a headscarf, paused on the stairs to explain why she would be voting evet, or yes, and why she thinks the no camp is so strongly opposed.
As I do every April 1, I will be abstaining from posting stories to Mod-Blog unless there is some truly historic evet.
RAMAN (on camera): It is now a new year on Phuket Island, an utterly inconsequential evet given the dire situation that still exists on the ground.
Make them feel loved and valuable and they will not evet think about suicide despite any gothic site.
February 9th, 2009 at 2: 19 pm PST evet tesekkurun bini bir para reply
I stood like a veritabb hearthfire stoked by a blush of all-encompassing and evet moving color that surged and resurged up and down my hod in tints of pink and rose and then pink again.
If evet I seen death in a man's eye I seen it in Bland's.