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Subterrestrial - the goddess of atvatabar


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sink . sincan "become submerged, go under" (past tense sanc, pp. suncen), from . *senkwanan (cf. sinkan, . sökkva, . sinken, Du. zinken, . sinkan, Ger. sinken, Goth. sigqan), from PIE base *sengw- "to sink." The transitive use supplants . sench (cf. drink/drench) which died out 14c. Sinking fund is from 1724; sinker in fishing line sense is from 1844. Adjective phrase sink or swim is from 1668. To sink without a trace is WWI military jargon, transl. Ger. spurlos versenkt.



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