Tuesday, December 26, 2006

I Am Not A Dog

'dog, 'd├ĄgFunction: nounUsage:
often attributiveEtymology: Middle English, from Old English docga
1 a CANID; especially: a highly variable domestic mammal (Canis familiaris) closely related to the common wolf (Canis lupus) b : a male dog; also : a male usually carnivorous mammal
2 a : a worthless person b : FELLOW, CHAP
3 a : any of various usually simple mechanical devices for holding, gripping, or fastening that consist of a spike, bar, or hook b : ANDIRON
4 : uncharacteristic or affected stylishness or dignity
5 capitalized : either of the constellations Canis Major or Canis Minor
6 plural : FEET
7 plural :RUIN
8 : one inferior of its kind: as a : an investment not worth its price b : an undesirable piece of merchandise
9 : an unattractive person and especially a girl or woman

There are at least forty references to dogs in the Bible.

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