Synonyms for siin or Related words with siin

ije              nuk              auta              yia              euy              dashuria              oluwa              nisam              latt              oje              tobom              tebi              agapo              tuh              naj              jemi              nemam              edhe              akri              apopse              meni              znam              etorri              fik              seja              njega              itan              vjen              nume              labi              ekki              vrea              isti              ajj              erti              poios              mesti              sey              shkon              niin              lepo              yok              yll              mazi              ensi              tenu              nikad              lati              kamusta              znati             

Examples of "siin"
The Kingdom of Sine (also: "Sin" or Siin in Serer-Sine language) was a pre-colonial Serer kingdom along the north bank of the Saloum River delta in modern Senegal. The inhabitants are called "Siin-Siin" or "Sine-Sine" (a Serer plural form or Serer-demonym, e.g. "Bawol-Bawol" and "Saloum-Saloum" / "Saluum-Saluum", inhabitants of Baol and Saloum respectively).
He lectures at the University of Bourgogne (Faculty of Pharmacy, Dijon, university diploma "Alimentation Santé et Micronutrition") and at the Scientific Institute for Intelligent Nutrition (SIIN).
The infinitive is created through the suffix "-i" or "-n" depending on verb class, e.g. "keeni" (to bring) and "siin" (to give). The infinitive is used in present tense only with the modal verb "karid" (to be able). Verbal nouns are formed with the endings "-id", "-n" and "-sho", e.g. "keenid" (the bringing), "siin" (the giving) and "barasho" (the learning) and are used and declined as per normal nouns.
Laamb is the Wolof word for wrestling which is borrowed from Serer "Fara-Lamb Siin". The Serer word for wrestling is "njom" which derives from the Serer word "jom" ("heart" or "honour").
The River Sine or Sine River (Siin in Serer language) is a river in Senegal. It flows into the Atlantic Ocean with the River Saloum in the delta of Sine-Saloum.
Together with "Viimne reliikvia", "Siin me oleme!" and "Noor pensionär", "Mehed ei nuta" is one of the most culturally influential movies of the Soviet era in Estonia. Particularly memorable is the character of a hypochondriac protagonist, played by Ervin Abel.
Siin me oleme! (Estonian; ) is an Estonian movie of 1979, written and directed by Sulev Nõmmik. The script was compiled on Juhan Smuul's motifs from "Suvitajad" (Estonian for "Summer tourists").
Nebel has played Jakob in "Metskapten" (1971), Timmu the seaman in "Siin me oleme" (1979), Lenin No. 4 in "All My Lenins" (1997) and Peeter in "Head käed" (2001).
He won the first prize in Estonian Novel Competition 2005 with his work "Mina olin siin. Esimene arest". A feature-length film based on the novel was released in 2008 ("I Was Here").
During the 2000s, Rekkor appeared in several films; most memorably as Roland in the 2005 René Vilbre comedy-family film "Röövlirahnu Martin", starring Ott Sepp and Madis Ollikainen; as Coach in the 2006 Laila Pakalniņa directed comedy-drama "Koer, lennuk ja laulupidu"; a small role in the gritty 2008 René Vilbre directed drama "Mina olin siin", which was adapted from the 2005 novel "Mina olin siin. Esimene arest" by Sass Henno; and as Carabas Barabas in the musical-comedy "Buratino", directed by Rasmus Merivoo.
The area is rich with Serer ancient and medieval history. Many of the ancient Serer sites are found within this region. It is also in the Serer religion. The Xoy Ceremony (or "Khoy"), a divination festival by the Serer priestly class (the Saltigues) is held within this region once a year. The population is overrun by the Serer people. Historically, it was part of the Serer pre-colonial Kingdom of Sine. In 1859, the Battle of Logandème took place within this region. It was a battle of resistance by the "Siin-Siin" (Serer people of Sine) against French colonialism. It is called in some French scholarly works as the "Battle of Fatick".
Together with "Viimne reliikvia", "Noor pensionär" and "Mehed ei nuta", "Siin me oleme!" is one of the most memorable Estonian movies from the Soviet era. Even decades later, Smuul's catchphrases popularised by the movie, such as 'We're from Tallinn, we'll pay!' () are widely recognised and recycled by Estonian people.
A Young Retiree () is an Estonian comedy film from 1972, directed by Sulev Nõmmik and written by himself and Enn Vetemaa. Together with "Viimne reliikvia", "Siin me oleme!" and "Mehed ei nuta", "Noor pensionär" is one of the most influential Estonian movies from the Soviet occupation era.
Serer, sometimes called Serer-Sine "Serer proper" ("Seereer-Siin", etc.) after its prestige dialect, is a language of the Senegambian branch of Niger–Congo spoken by 1.2 million people in Senegal and 30,000 in the Gambia. It is the principal language of the Serer people.
In 1976, Alaküla had a small role in the Veljo Käsper directed melodrama "Aeg elada, aeg armastada". This was followed by another small role in the 1981 Arvo Kruusement film adaptation of the 1938 August Gailit novel "Karge meri". Her final feature film appearance was in the 1988 drama "Ma pole turist, ma elan siin", directed by Peeter Urbla.
To its south, an agricultural area known as Bee Siinnat is clearly derived from the word Siin. Forty days later the inhabitants of Nineveh would return the statue or icon of the god to its original place in Alqosh. Based on the foregoing, we believe that the name Alqosh is taken from the Assyrian or earlier Sumerian name for god Siin/Alqosh. Some Sumerologists claim that Inanna, the Sumerian goddess of love and war, was also the offspring of the moon god Sin or as he was originally known "Nanna". Alqoshniye are still awaiting the day when excavations of Shweetha D’Gannaweh, will hopefully reveal new cultural artifacts from its Assyrian or possibly even Pre-Assyrian history.
Sulev Nõmmik (11 January 1931, in Tallinn – 28 July 1992, in Kuressaare) was an Estonian theatre and movie director, actor, humorist and comedian. He's mostly associated with the comical character of Kärna Ärni and the related fictional village of Uduvere (roughly translated as "Foggyshire"), but he was also influential in writing scripts for several well-known movies, including "Mehed ei nuta", "Siin me oleme!" and "Noor pensionär".
Laine Mägi made her television film debut in the 1981 Peeter Simm directed historical drama "Tants aurukatla ümber", based on the 1971 novel of the same name by Estonian author Mats Traat. This was followed by the role of Mimi in the Peeter Urbla directed drama "Ma pole turist, ma elan siin" in 1989; the role of Lagle in the 1991 Roman Baskin directed drama "Rahu tänav"; and in the Rao Heidmets directed comedy "Kallis härra Q" in 1998.
Following several more dramas, Lia Laats was paired with Estonian singer Georg Ots in the 1961 Viktor Nevežin directed light comedy "Juhuslik kohtumine". Laats' most memorable roles are arguably in three comedies directed by Sulev Nõmmik and paired onscreen with actor Ervin Abel. The first of which was 1968's "Mehed ei nuta", followed by "Noor pensionär" in 1972 and "Siin me oleme" in 1978. The three films proved to be very popular and are still often broadcast on Estonian television.
The most prominent female director Leida Laius who emerged during the era is best known for her "Kõrboja peremees" (1979) and "Naerata ometi" (1985) receiving at the Berlin International Film Festival UNICEF Award in 1985. Peeter Simm's best known Soviet era film is "Ideaalmaastik" (The Ideal Landscape) released in 1980. Peeter Urbla's "Ma pole turist, ma elan siin" (I'm Not a Tourist, I'm Living Here) (1988). Jaan Kolgerg emerged by the end of Soviet era with films "See kadunud tee" (1990) (The Lost Way) and "Võlausaldajad" (Creditors) (1992)