The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sarn \Sarn\, n. [W. sarn a causeway, paving.]
A pavement or stepping-stone. [Prov. Eng.]
n. (context UK dialect English) A pavement or stepping stone.
Sarn may refer to:
Usage examples of "sarn".
Even as he spoke, another sector of the map shone in front of him and Dagobert went from blue to red: red for the blood Gilmer was spilling allover Trantor, Sarns thought bitterly.
The youngsters fought as if they were defending holy ground--and so in a way they were, Sarns thought.
Fortunately Sarns, like any administrator worth his desk, had practice not showing what he felt.
By the space fiend, Sarns, are you telling me you’ve got a university full of technicians who really know what they’re doing?
He skimmed through one copy of the document, signed it, and was reaching for the other from Yokim Sarns when he suddenly thought to wonder how the armistice terms could be ready now when he’d only agreed to them moments before.
Yokim Sarns, whose privilege it was to speak first, said, “I didn’t think it would be that easy.
And when Moff Sarn Shild attempted to blockade Nal Hutta and destroy our moon, the great clans set aside their differences to manipulate weak Imperials and send their forces fleeing, as well.
The swordmaster of Sarn Torel spread strong, hairy hands and said helplessly, "None, Lord Mage.
The magelords sent a large band of armsmen out of Sarn Torel, guarding over a dozen mages.