3 Soft-warbling beaks in each bright blos som move, 4 And vo cal rosebuds thrill the enchanted grove, In these lines there is a quaver and a crochet alternately in every bar, except in the last, in which the in make two semiquavers; the e is supposed by Grammarians to be cut off, which any one's ear will readily determine not to be true.
In w'ch Courte the Gouernour or Moderator shall haue power to order the Courte to giue liberty of spech, and silence vnceasonable and disorderly speakeings, to put all things to voate, and in case the vote be equall to haue the casting voice.
It is Ordered, sentenced and decreed, that Wyndsor, Hartford and Wethersfield shall haue power, ech Towne, to send fower of their freemen as deputyes to euery Generall Courte; and whatsoeuer other Townes shall be hereafter added to this Jurisdiction, they shall send so many deputyes as the Courte shall judge meete, a resonable p'rportion to the number of Freemen that are in the said Townes being to be attended therein; w'ch deputyes shall have the power of the whole Towne to giue their voats and alowance to all such lawes and orders as may be for the publike good, and unto w'ch the said Townes are to be bownd.
Nunc vos, si vobis placet, Et si placuimus neque odio fuimus, signum hoc mittite; Qui pudicitiae esse voltis praemium, plausum date!- We see here the opinion entertained regarding the Greek comedy by the party of moral reform; and it may be added, that even in those rarities, moral comedies, the morality was of a character only adapted to ridicule innocence more surely.
"Sic vos non vobis--" "Yes, you have the work, and we have the pay; which is a very fair division of labour, considering the world we live in."
All right!"--"Pax vobiscum!"--the vehicle moved on, and directly the Doctor was at a distance of a hundred yards waving a farewell.
Vobiscus Aureliano, sed si populus famelicus inedia laboret, nec arma, leges, pudor, magistratus, coercere valent.
κρατύς, strong, assigned to ἀγαϑός, good; Voc.
vocitum, from stem voc-; cp.
Confutatis maledictis, Flammis acribus addictis: Voca me cum benedictis.
D'Avezac, p. 524; Vocab.
Nostra aetas parum perita rerum veterum, nimis brevi gyro grammaticum sepsit; at apud antiques olim tantum auctoritatis hic ordo habuit, ut censores essent et judices scriptorum omnium soli grammatici; quos ob id etiam Criticos vocabant.
Quoniam vero regionum urbiumq; limites arduis plerumq; montibus, altis fluminibus, longis deniq; flexuosisq; angustissimarum viarum anfractibus includebantur, fieri potest id genus limites ban dici ab eo quod Greek: Bannatai et Greek: Bannatroi Tarentinis olim, sicuti tradit Hesychius, vocabantur Greek: ahi loxoi kai mae ithuteneis hodoi, "obliquae ac minime in rectum tendentes viae."
Primo transiens Mare Maius me de Pera iuxta Constantinopolim transtuli Trapesundam, quae antiquitus Pontus vocabatur: Haec terra bene situata est, sicut scala quaedam Persarum et Medorum, et eorum qui sunt vltra mare.
Julius Caesar is still recognized as more than human, vocabitur hic quoque votis, but Augustus is not.
et il n'en fallut pas plus aux troupiers pour inventer un nouveau vocable.
But what now concerns us most is the circumstance that here too the demand is, Vocables, still vocables.
Ergo consuetudinem sermonis, vocabo consensum eruditorum sicut vivendi, consenum honorum.
"Bolgia" (says the Vocabolario della Crusca, compendiato, Ven.
If simples cannot, necessity compels us to use compounds;" so for receipts and magistrals, dies diem docet, one day teacheth another, and they are as so many words or phrases, Que nunc sunt in honore vocabula si volet usus, ebb and flow with the season, and as wits vary, so they may be infinitely varied.
scolaire avec notes explicatives, exercises, d'assimilation et vocabulaire, par Léopold Cardon.
This agreement is more close and striking than it appears to be by comparing the two written vocabularies.
Footnote 1: A whirlwind with rain was paria conchuy (paria, rain), one with clouds of dust, allpa conchuy (allpa, earth, dust); Holguin, Vocabulario Qquichua, s.v.
Yet this vast sum of grammar has been entitled Prosody--"Prosodia seu Catholicon"--"Catholicon seu Universale Vocabularium ac Summa Grammatices.
And they were glosses in this wise: the possessor of a Latin book, or the member of a religious community which were the fortunate possessors of half-a-dozen books, in his ordinary reading of this literature, here and there came across a difficult word which lay outside the familiar Latin vocabulary.
Miss Stapylton put her head to one side and considered the contents of her vocabulary,--"you are like a viking.
said I, rather as a speaking automaton, forced to vocabulate.
"Innominata quaeque nominibus suis, Libet vocare propriis vocabulis."
In the Vocabulista Arabico, of about A.D. 1200 (Florence, 1871, p. 211), Hunduwan is explained by Ensis.
Appended to his "Opera Omnia," published in 1707, there is a very needful "Clavis ad obscuriorum sensum referendum," in which the following passage occurs.-- "ALCOHOL.--Chymicis est liquor aut pulvis summe subtilisatus, vocabulo Orientalibus quoque, cum primis Habessinis, familiari, quibus cohol speciatim pulverem impalpabilem ex antimonio pro oculis tingendis denotat ... Hodie autem, ob analogiam, quivis pulvis tenerior ut pulvis oculorum cancri summe subtilisatus alcohol audit, haud aliter ac spiritus rectificatissimi alcolisati dicuntur."
ETYMOLOGICON MAGNUM seu verius Lexicon saepissime vocabulorum origines indagans ex pluribus Lexicis Scholiastis Grammaticis anonymi cujusdam Opera concinnatum.
Eratque inter Barones vnus denominatus Ioannes filius Goudebucf, regis Frisonum: qui dictus Ioannes Deo deuotus fuit, et dum licuit Ecclesiarum limina iniuit, vnde et barones ei dabant quasi per iocum Praesbyter Ioannes vocabulum.
Diego Gonzalez Holguin, Vocabvlario de la Lengva Qqichua, o del Inca; sub voce, Cay. (
The vocal cords usually suffer from this condition.
When the full Accent falls on a Vowel, that vowel should have a long sound, as in vo'cal; but when I it, falls on or after a consonant, the preceding vowel has a short sound, as in hab'it.
ubi exultem, spectans tot ac tantos reges, qui in coelum recepti nuntiabantur, cum ipso Jove et ipsis suis testibus in imis tenebris congemiscentes!--Tunc magis tragoedi audiendi, magis scilicet vocales in sua propria calamitate; tunc histriones cognoscendi, solutiores multo per ignem; tunc spectandus auriga, in flammea rota totus rubens, &c.' "Show me a passage in Livy equal to that for sheer force and glittering colour.
Loquuntur autem de numero rationali et formali, non de materiali, sensibili, sive vocali numero mercatorum.... Sed intendunt ad proportionem ex illo resultantem, quem numerum naturalem et formalem et rationalem vocant; ex quo magna sacramenta emanant, tam in naturalibus quam divinis atque coelestibus.... In numeris itaque magnam latere efficaciam et virtutem tam ad borum quam ad malum, non modo splendidissimi philosophi unanimiter docent, sed etiam doctores Catholici.
Note that in some cases the root word itself is a compound form such as xxx-xxxx, and is rendered as --xxx-xxx-- 3) Simple unideographic references to vocalic sounds, single letters, or alphabeic dipthongs; and prefixes, suffixes, and syllabic references are represented by a single preceding dash; thus, -x, or -xxx.
Pathetically cheerful that pum, pum, hopelessly cheerful indeed against the dirge of the air, a dirge accentuated by sporadic vocalisation.
VOCALISE, f., maniere ou action de vocaliser.
VOCALISE, f., maniere ou action de vocaliser.
Vol.1 including F. Sieber's Eight-measure vocalises.
Quite the old style of vocalising prevails in some quarters of the place, and it is mainly patronised by old people; they swing backwards and forwards gently and they sing, get into all kinds of keys, experimentally, put their hands on the pew sides or fronts, beating time with the music as the business proceeds, and like singing hymn ends over again.
Exquisite vocalism, beautiful statuary, and painting, and all true literature, have not for their great object to employ the ingenuity of prying critics, or furnish the world with a set of new ideas, but to move the whole nature by the perfection and truthfulness of their appeal.
The pianist banged; the vocalist bawled, while Mr. Heatherbloom sat in ecstasy.
Occasionally there will be a duet or trio, to accommodate those timid vocalists who do not choose to make themselves particular in a solo, or those other singers of sociable habits who prefer giving tongue in a pack.
There's a great deal of vocality about O'Hara's wires.
You don't expect correct phrasing or vocalization.