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Definition of Jan

  • One of an intermediate order between angels and men.
  • the first month of the year; begins 10 days after the winter solstice

How to use jan in a sentence. Jan pronunciation.

The ten men (Spangenberg taking Nitschmann's place) pledged themselves jointly and severally to the payment of the debt, the bond being signed on Jan. 22nd, (Jan. 11th, O. S.) the day after the grant of the land.
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Jan. 18th, Sunday. We returned thanks to God for our deliverance, of which a few appeared duly sensible.
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John Martin Mack became one of the leaders of the Moravian Church in its Mission work among the Indians in New York, Connecticut and Ohio until 1760, when he was sent to the negro slaves on St. Thomas, preaching also on St. Croix and St. Jan, and the English West Indies.
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Jan. 10th, 1748, he was consecrated bishop at Marienborn, Germany.
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Anna Catherina Rose, Maria Magdalena Rose, (daughters of Peter R.) Jan. 28th, 1738.
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Janet, or Jan, as she was more often called, stood in front of her brother with flashing eyes and red cheeks.
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I've just gotten Baby William to sleep, and if he wakes up-" "Yes, don't wake up Trouble, Jan," added Theodore, or Ted, the shorter name being the one by which he was most often called.
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Jan said her doll was a circus lady and could jump on the back of a horse.
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I won't tease Jan anymore.
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Not those two little tots-not Ted and Jan?" cried Grandma Martin, looking up in surprise.
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Once Grandma Martin lost her thimble in the hair of one of the children, and their locks were curled so nearly alike that she never could remember on whose head she found the needle-pusher. "Do you think it will be safe to take Ted and Jan camping?
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But here come Ted and Jan now in the goat-cart.
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Nicknack, tied to a tree, nibbled the sweet, green grass, and Jan made a wreath of buttercups for her doll.
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After they had made some whistles, which did give out a little tooting sound, Ted and Hal found something else to do, and Jan saw, coming along the road, a girl named Mary Seaton with whom she often played.
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Jan called Mary to join her, and the two little girls had a good time together while Ted and Hal threw stones at some wooden boats they made and floated down the stream.
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Then Ted and Jan, with the doll between them, drove on.
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Giddap, Nicknack!" and Jan threw at the goat a pine cone, one of several she had picked up and put in the wagon when they were taking a rest in the woods that afternoon.
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Mother Martin, Grandpa Martin and Grandma Martin took turns asking these three questions as Ted and Jan drove up to the farmhouse in the darkness a little later.
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But when he came back he and Jan between them told of having stayed playing later than they meant to.
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But what frightened you, Jan?" asked Grandma Martin.
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Examples of Jan

Example #1
In addition to this Oglethorpe collected 26 Pounds 5 Shillings, as a gift for the Moravians, 10 Pounds being presented to them in cash in London, and the rest forwarded to Savannah with instructions that they should be supplied with cattle, hogs and poultry to that amount.
Example #2
Of this 10 Pounds was spent in London for supplies, and 50 Pounds paid their passage across the Atlantic.
Example #3
We returned thanks to God for our deliverance, of which a few appeared duly sensible.
Example #4
But the rest (among whom were most of the sailors) denied we had been in any danger.
Example #5
He was ordained to the ministry November 13th, 1742, and was consecrated bishop October 18th, 1770, during a visit to Pennsylvania, this being the first Episcopal consecration in the American Province of the Moravian Church.
Example #6
April 8th, 1745, he sailed for Europe, laboring in England, Ireland and Holland, and dying at Zeist in 1785.