The name comes from an Indian word meaning "on the other side".
In short, the word "meaning" can sometimes be used to describe the interpretations that people have of the world.
It took its name from an Aboriginal word meaning 'place of many stars'.
His first name is also a Latin word meaning "prison."
But what they don't have is a word meaning 'rock'.
The word "meaning" is used as its equivalent in modern forms.
Actually, even "important" itself was once an image in its own right, as it ultimately goes back to a word meaning "carry."
The term is from a Latin word meaning "without end".
The name is a native American word meaning "waters meet."
How is knowledge about word meaning stored in the mind?
Actually, the words do mean something, but not what they say.
I cannot tell you how much those words mean to me.
Have a think about what those words mean to you.
Perhaps the word will mean something different in the 21st century.
I don't think she even knows what the word means.
But those are the times when the words mean the most.
Not even a language where the words mean the same things.
I wanted to say something, but what words would mean anything?
These countries use a word similar to billion to mean 10.
But the words had never really meant anything to him.