Prominent among the pleased recipients were the chiefs of the village, Shin-ga-ba-was-sin, the Image Stone, She-wa-be-ke-tone, the Man of Jingling Metals, Kau-ga-osh, or the Bird in Eternal Flight, Way-ish-kee, or The First Born Son, and two or three others of minor note.
Que sun las Leias e'ls Custums que il Rei Willelm ga- 1.
in the custody of the Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Ga. Other lowland plantations on a scale similar to that of Sabine Fields showed much better earnings.
p., S; +ga+, imp.
The diphthong aa generally sounds like a short; as in Balaam, Canaan, Isaac; in Baael and Gaael, we make no diphthong.
In many words, as in Baael, Gaael, Gaaesh, the diaeresis occurs.
Encores sachies que ont vaines d'acier assez, et si en labourent trop soubtivement de tous hernois de chevalier, et de toutes choses besoignables a ost; ce sont espees et glaive et esperon et heaume et haches, et toute espece d arteillerie et de coutelerie, et en font grant gaaigne et grant marchandise.
"Et bien qu'il est voirs que chascuns hons egalement doit de son cors servir son seigneur ou sa commune, pour aler en ost en tens de besoingne; et bien que trestuit li autre royaume d'occident tieingnent ce pour ordenance, ciz pueple de Bretaingne la Grant n'en veult nullement, ains si dient: 'Veez-la: n'avons nous pas la Manche pour fosse de nostre pourpris, et pourquoy nous penerons-nous pour nous faire homes d'armes, en lessiant nos gaaignes et nos soulaz?
Gaal, son of Zobah, entered Shechem with troops raised by himself, just like a condottiere in Italy in the Middle Ages.
Tobacco : Gaanaree.
It was also proved after infinite research, that Agares, Belial, and Barbatos, each of them deposed angels of great rank, had been of the order of Virtues; that Beleth, Focalor, and Phoenix, had been of the order of Thrones; that Gaap had been of the order of Powers, and Virtues; and Murmur of Thrones and Angels.
"Mine hostess's moid (and her neaum 'twur Nell) A pretty wench, and I lov'd her well; I lov'd her well--good reauzon why, Because zshe lov'd my dog and I. "My dog has gotten zitch a trick To visit moids when thauy be zick; When thauy be zick and like to die, Oh, thether gwoes my dog and I. "My dog is good to catch a hen,-- A duck and goose is vood vor men; And where good company I spy, Oh, thether gwoes my dog and I. "Droo aal the world, owld Gaarge would bwoast, Commend me to merry owld England mwoast; While vools gwoes scramblin' vur and nigh, We bides at whoam, my dog and I. "Ov their furrin tongues let travellers brag, Wi' their vifteen neames vor a puddin' bag; Two tongues I knows ne'er towld a lie, And their wearers be my dog and I. "My mwother told I when I wur young, If I did vollow the strong beer pwoot, That drenk would pruv my auverdrow, And meauk me wear a thzreadbare cwoat.
"No 'bjection to light the gaas, I 'spose, so's't a feller can read a paper?
s., S, S2; +gaas+, S2; +goost+, C2; +gaþ+, pr.
23:24 Asahel the brother of Joab was one of the thirty; Elhanan the son of Dodo of Bethlehem, 23:25 Shammah the Harodite, Elika the Harodite, 23:26 Helez the Paltite, Ira the son of Ikkesh the Tekoite, 23:27 Abiezer the Anethothite, Mebunnai the Hushathite, 23:28 Zalmon the Ahohite, Maharai the Netophathite, 23:29 Heleb the son of Baanah, a Netophathite, Ittai the son of Ribai out of Gibeah of the children of Benjamin, 23:30 Benaiah the Pirathonite, Hiddai of the brooks of Gaash, 23:31 Abialbon the Arbathite, Azmaveth the Barhumite, 23:32 Eliahba the Shaalbonite, of the sons of Jashen, Jonathan, 23:33 Shammah the Hararite, Ahiam the son of Sharar the Hararite, 23:34 Eliphelet the son of Ahasbai, the son of the Maachathite, Eliam the son of Ahithophel the Gilonite, 23:35 Hezrai the Carmelite, Paarai the Arbite, 23:36 Igal the son of Nathan of Zobah, Bani the Gadite, 23:37 Zelek the Ammonite, Nahari the Beerothite, armourbearer to Joab the son of Zeruiah, 23:38 Ira an Ithrite, Gareb an Ithrite, 23:39 Uriah the Hittite: thirty and seven in all.
"I also think you're quaint, Dorothy," I say, novelist to the rescue, the journo gift of gab. . . .
'If you care to do us a good turn, tell us the nearest way back to Gaba Tepe.'
For Gabade, the Persian general, after besieging this town for a great while, wearied out at last by its protracted defence, determined on withdrawing his army; and had actually begun to strike his camp, when the whole inhabitants of the place, elated by their success, came out upon the walls to taunt and upbraid their enemies with their cowardice and meanness of spirit, and to load them with every kind of abuse.
But it so happens that, in a previous passage of his History, Bishop Otto of Freisingen, in rehearsing some Oriental information gathered apparently from the same Bishop of Gabala, has shown what was the place that he had been taught to identify with Ecbatana, viz.
Cones are to be seen in the British Museum which are probably of the character which represented Elah-Gabalah, the sun-god, adored in Rome during the reign of Heliogabalus.
They demand thirty-five thousand men from the Aedui and their dependents, the Segusiani, Ambivareti, and Aulerci Brannovices; an equal number from the Arverni in conjunction with the Eleuteti Cadurci, Gabali, and Velauni, who were accustomed to be under the command of the Arverni; twelve thousand each from the Senones, Sequani, Bituriges, Santones, Ruteni, and Carnutes; ten thousand from the Bellovaci; the same number from the Lemovici; eight thousand each from the Pictones, and Turoni, and Parisii, and Helvii; five thousand each from the Suessiones, Ambiani, Mediomatrici, Petrocorii, Nervii, Morini, and Nitiobriges; the same number from the Aulerci Cenomani; four thousand from the Atrebates; three thousand each from the Bellocassi, Lexovii, and Aulerci Eburovices; thirty thousand from the Rauraci, and Boii; six thousand, from all the states together which border on the Atlantic, and which in their dialect are called Armoricae (in which number are comprehended the Curisolites, Rhedones, Ambibari, Caltes, Osismii, Lemovices, Veneti, and Unelli).
Flavum, anciently reckoned the eastern mouth of the Rhine, now called the Ulie, and is a passage out of the Zuyder Sea into the North Sea Gab)ali, an ancient people of Gaul, inhabiting the country of Givaudan.
His Comte de Gabalis was a popular little book in the Spectators time.
The proud Sadducees of Nazareth, of Capharnaum, of Thirza, of Gabara, of Jotapata, and of Silo, whom Jesus had so often reproved before the people, were actually dying for revenge.
Robespierre.--Mademoiselle Gabarcos, the daughter of a Spanish banker, and one of the finest women of her time, married Talien, to save the life of her father.
And we walk about in it with a stately gesture, as if it were some priestly stole or imperial mantle; not the foulest beggar's gabardine that ever was. "
Dignified merchants in white muslin, whose grooms held white mules saddled with rose-coloured velvet, warriors from the Atlas wearing the corkscrew ringlets which are a sign of military prowess, Jewish traders in black gabardines, leather-gaitered peasant-women with chickens and cheese, and beggars rolling their blind eyes or exposing their fly-plastered sores, were gathered in Oriental promiscuity about the great man's door; while under the archway stood a group of youths and warlike-looking older men who were evidently of his own clan.
Otherwise, galbes, gabat, galdes, galdat.
At first his illness seemed a trifle, but before a week had passed bronchial symptoms had developed, and Dr. Gabb, the family physician, ordered him to keep his bed.
gabba, to mock.
11:8 And after him Gabbai, Sallai, nine hundred twenty and eight.
And he adds, in verse, "Con l'altre donne mia vista gabbate, E non pensate, donna, onde si mova Ch'io vi rassembri si figura nova, Quando riguardo la vostra beltate," &c. Son.
Later in the same day, I likewise saw a friend of our Lord engrave the words, Judex injustus, and the name of Claudia Procles, on a greenlooking stone, which was behind the terrace called Gabbatha--this stone is still to be found in the foundations of a church or house at Jerusalem, which stands on the spot formerly called Gabbatha.
He says, that finding himself unexpectedly near her one day in company, he trembled so, and underwent such change of countenance, that many of the ladies present began to laugh with her about him--"si gabbavano di me."
I gave a graphic account of the arguments--tough ones they were too--that Miss Augusta had with the overseer on religion, and many other subjects; of one jackeroo who gabbed never-endingly about his great relations at home; another who incessantly clattered about spurs, whips, horses, and sport; and the third one--Joe Archer--who talked literature and trash with me.
+Gabben+, v. to lie, mock, scoff, jest, prate, S, C, PP, Prompt.,
He must be a "gabber" for the nonce, a free talker, a chatterer, who would cover up all pauses.
When driving the rebels before us past the suburb of Kishenganj, Lieutenant Gabbett and I, in the confusion of the rush, became separated from the few men of our regiment who were engaged on that day, and found ourselves--we being the only officers present--with about fifty soldiers of different corps.
Footnote 22: "La novita del loco e stata tanta, C' ho fatto come augel che muta gabbia, Che molti giorni resta the non canta."
heroic Swan, I love thee even when thou gabbiest like a goose; for thy geese helped to save the Capitol.
"I'll put all hands under ground--that's what, if ye don't turn to; and there's too much gammin' and gabbin' here to suit me, I'd have ye know."
He proceeded to give a list of these necessary helpers of the assistant master at the gangway--Orellana, Gabbitas, The Lancaster Gate Agency, and the rest of them.
I never used to notice, but you know--that senseless gabble, 'pretty girl, pretty girl,' and then the thing laughs like a fiend.
There, as I passed with careless steps and slow, The mingling notes came softened from below; The swain responsive as the milk-maid sung, The sober herd that lowed to meet their young, The noisy geese that gabbled o'er the pool, The playful children just let loose from school, The watch-dog's voice that bayed the whispering wind, And the loud laugh that spoke the vacant mind;-- These all in sweet confusion sought the shade, And filled each pause the nightingale had made.
Stop, you gabbler!
Queeney and I are both steady and may be trusted; we are none of the giddy gabblers, we think before we speak.'