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imagine standing before a night sky full of stars, a sea of diamonds!
Feel the roaming seas in your heart. So many want to talk such a luminous spark. And I just want to say, glory be this day, come let the circle join in wisdom display. Rise up and take hold of your destiny, grab hold of your flowering tree. Stand next to those instead of fight like enemies. WE can send love to all part of this same tree.
I know it's hard to be such wisdom. To rise a heart the find the sea, where the blue and true, come to flourish inside of you, to bring that luminous spark back to life. Rise up and take hold of your destiny. Rise up and feel the hands across the seas. Rise up and we will be the safety net, that brings our heroes to be let. And when we find a place where we are entwined. Glory will fill the circle of * yine (all together we blossom, through the following of Christ). Come be one place, one family. Stand up to be next to those who sneeze (learning lessons and those crossing the breeze). I say to you, rise up and be true blue. I say to you, love rules the waves too. I say to you, we are one family tree. Come rise up next to me.
Rise up and take hold of your destiny. Rise up and take a place inside this tree. It's you and me, we are forever intertwined. It's you and me, all my brothers and sisters we bind. It's you and me. We are the children of the host, the garden who gifts us the most. Look around, be in praise of all that you sea, even the hatred, just needing comfort in the breeze. Just send your prayers to heal the world. Come rise up and take hold of our destiny. Send love to all this dis-ease.
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Turkish word yine de means; altogether, anyhow, anyway, however, nevertheless, notwithstanding, still, though, yet, all the same, but, nevermore (always), after all, all the same, even so, howbeit, just, nontheless, notwithstanding, rate, at any rate, still, time, at the same time, yet, but then, considering, again, over.
Ethiopian meaning of Yine; of or by.
Middle-English yine; which is a conflation of either "yea" and "thine", or "yon" and "thine." May be used as an affirmative, a place-maker, or a possessive pronoun. For example: "Do yines (you, thee) want to go see a movie?"
Spanish Yine means Vine or intertwined.
*South American Definition and Language:
South America; the word Yine means people or Wumolene (our kinfolk), some love, human being. Yine (Chontaquiro, Simiranch) is a Maipurean language spoken in Brazil and Peru. Formerly referred to as Piro, it belongs to the Piro group which also includes Inapari(†), Kanamaré(†), and Apurinã. The name Mashco has sometimes been incorrectly applied to the Yine. The Manchineri who live in Brazil (Acre) and reportedly also in Bolivia speak a language that is very similar to Yine.
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Middle English, Old English Name Yine: means Tina. Nicknames & variations Yinei, Yineh, Yin, Yim, Yina, Yiwen, Yimi, Yien, Yimei, Yian, Yin, Tine, Cine, Kine (relative). With this name, success to you is a foregone conclusion, for you cannot conceive any reason for not reaching all your goals, as you have self-sufficiency, supreme confidence, boundless energy, and enthusiasm. Variants; Christina (Latin), Christine (French), Martina (Latin) and Tina (Latin), and the meaning of Tine is "follower of Christ (crystal child); dedicated to Mars" (a great fire, like the sun). We have a sun-dancer. Turkish female name Yine meaning "flower". Chinese name Yineth means talented, wellbred, awesome, cutup, honest, messy, zingy, schooled, concerned, superb, highminded. Cantonese or Hakka name "香港", meaning "fragrant harbour" (the sweetness and safety of the relative's heart at the great circle, the waters and shores).
*Variant Yine Name Meaning Qualitative:
Yine or Tine (Christina), means follower of Christ is part of a word known as christal or crystal. Crystal children who wear this rainbow color are doorways into and out of heaven (only through the sacred bow, true love). Crystal children look at the Oneness perspective, while other rainbow colors think of their own color's perspective, because it's their duty. Crystal child's oneness perspective is unique as the Oneness Circle, as the Celestial Crown of Heaven. Those who follow Christ or Crystal Children, know that they are the celestial lesson, rolled over to become the great treasure (pearls and diamonds). The eldest sun in the house of God who will guide you to your soul's journey and gift to you the truth of the Book of Life. Christians follow Jesus, a crystal child. Islamic follow Mohammed, a crystal child. India follow Krishna, a crystal child. Native American's follow White Buffalo Calf Woman, a crystal child. There are so many christal children, in fact one of fifteen (approximately) is a crystal child. To verify your rainbow colors, ask a crystal child, but only a crystal child, can verify a crystal child. They are readers of the Book of Life in you, and in all things.
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Yine also meansa youthful eternal look who listens with interest, shown to others. A spirit of love lives with elegance. This is how the crystal (christal) child is portrayed!
*Chinese Name Yine Meaning:
Meaning of the last name Yine. The meaning of Yine come may come from a trade, such as the name "Dean" which may have been adopted by members of the clergy. Many of these profession-based surnames may be a profession in some other language. Because of this it is essential to know the country of origin of a name, and the languages spoken by it's progenitors. Many names like Yine are inspired by religious texts like the Bible, the Bhagavadgītā, the Quran, etc. Often these family names are shortened versions of a religious sentiment such as "Favored of God".
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Sacred Song Blessings, gift all a good song, because you are perfect in all that does song. Our hearts reach into heaven, and we flood, with a sound, the music of Angels, that gift us pure sound. I want you to know, that you are part of God, the echo, that lingers till light hits the "Dawn". And we are the magic, that children who know, the heart always has pureness, like the blessed snow!