Ab 1) The English preposition of, denotes from, off, away, down as in the Elixor of Youth, as in
wormwood grew on the path away from the Garden of Eden, as in the waters became those of
wormwood and many men died off, as in the drink was sent down from Mars, warrior god, lover
of Venus, son of Jupiter.
2) noun in the Syriac calendar, the last summer month, as in August, as in hot as hell.
3) A combining form used with words of Latin root as in abstain, perhaps from glory, as in first
century Rome, the winner of the chariot race drinks a cup of wine infused with absinthe leaves to
suffer the bitter side of victory.
Sin 1) Twenty-first letter of the Hebrew alphabet corresponding to the letter S as in “I want to
close the bottom hook of the S in his name, form a noose to hang myself.”
2) Any voluntary transgression of a religious law or moral principle as in murder or suicide.
3) With strenuous endeavor; very hard, as in “When he saw the body slack, he ran like sin.”
The 1) That (one) which is present, close, nearby, as in the heat is oppressive, grab the green
2) That (one) designated or identified as by a title as in The Green Fairy.
3) That (one) belonging to a person previously mentioned as in take her by the hand, rub her
influence into the face.
4) That (one) who has a specific family relationship to one as in the temptress, the ruined.
5) Used to refer to that one of a number of persons or things as in “I am the myth. I am the
mystery. Go, ask the man who owns me.”