An interrogative pronoun is a pronoun with which a question is asked; as, "Who touched my clothes?"--Mark, v, 30.
The ordinary tillers of the earth, such as we call husbandmen; in France, pesants; in Spane, besonyans; and generally cloutshoe.--Markham, English Husbandman, 4.
An other scripturist uses the participle, and says--"standing where it ought not," &c.--Mark, xiii, 14.
Singapoor is derived from Sing-gah, signifying to call or touch at, bait, stop by the way; and poor, a village (generally fortified), a town, & c.--(Marsden's Malay Dictionary).
Mississippi, Trou Madame, Cockamaroo, and other toy-games are sometimes played on the bagatelle table; but they need no description.
Another short and pleasant trip can be made around the head of the harbor to Guanabacoa, and thence to Cojimar.
Fingal sent Ossian with 300 men to liberate Colmar; but when Dunthalmo heard thereof, he murdered the prisoner.
Connal comforts the general in his distress.--Ossian, Fingal, i. CAL'THON, brother of Col'mar, sons of Rathmor chief of Clutha (the Clyde).
Here I saw him turn round and address his followers thus, 'Le cannon a deja extermine plusieurs de vos comarades; dans un instant il est a vous; suivez moi, et apprenez comme il faut mourir;' (the cannon has already destroyed numbers of your brethren; the next instant it will be directed against you: follow me, and learn how to die.)
Los infelices habitantes de la comarca, cada vez mas aburridos y desesperados, no acertaban ya con la determinacion que deberia tomarse para concluir de un todo con aquel orden de cosas, cada dia mas insoportable y triste.
comarcano, -a, neighboring, of (or pertaining to) the neighborhood.
See p. 8, note 1 Y sin embargo, entre los senores comarcanos murmurabase que la hermosa castellana de Veraton no era tan limpia de sangre como bella, y que a pesar de sus trenzas rubias y su tez de alabastro, habia tenido por madre una gitana.
Passing under the Tower of Comares and along the battlements of the Alhambra, we
Yet Comari may refer to the country about Cape Comorin.--E. According to Pinkerton, these are called Melibar and Gesurach in the Trevigi edition, and he is disposed to consider the last as indicating Geriach, because of the pirates.
Our last king, Whose image even but now appear'd to us, Was, as you know, by Fortinbras of Norway, Thereto prick'd on by a most emulate pride, Dar'd to the combat; in which our valiant Hamlet (For so this side of our known world esteem'd him) Did slay this Fortinbras; who, by a seal'd compact, Well ratified by law and heraldry, Did forfeit, with his life, all those his lands Which he stood seiz'd of, to the conqueror; Against the which a moiety competent Was gaged by our king; which had return'd To the inheritance of Fortinbras, Had he been vanquisher, as, by the same comart And carriage of the article design'd, His fell to Hamlet.
And Coles, in his "Art of Simpling," speaks of the purple marsh-wort (Comarum palustre) as "an excellent remedy against the purples."
This spot he strengthened and constructed walls from it down to Comarus, the outer harbor, so that he commanded Actium with his camp and his fleet, by land and sea.
Morse appointed Indian Commissioner.--Marriage of Morse's future mother-in-law.
Tunc 4 Saraceni sumentes fratrem Iacobum, eum in ignem proijcere volebant; quibus ille, permittatis, me quia libenter pro fide mea ignem intrabo: Cui Saraceni non adquiescentes eum violenter in ignem proiecerunt: ignis autem ita accensus erat, quod nullus eum videre poteret, vocem tamen eius audierunt, inuocantem semper nomen virginis gloriosae; Igne autem totaliter consumpto stetit frater Iacobus super prunas illaesus, et laetus, manibus in modum crucis eleuatis, in coelum respiciens, et Deum laudans et glorificans, qui sic declararet fidem suam: nihil autem in eo nec pannus, nec capillus laesus per ignem inuentus est; Quod videns populus vnanimiter conclamare coepit, sancti sunt, sancti sunt, nefas est offendere eos, modo videmus quia fides eorum bona et sancta est.
confirmar, to confirm.
Quaecumque vero ab ipso certo statuta fuerint, ea munire et confirmare pollicemur.
En esta creencia estuve siempre, creencia en que no podia menos de confirmarme la inmovilidad en que se encontraban desde que por segunda vez tornaron a la carcel traidas del concejo.
But Conigsmarck was a foreigner.
The whole of the above are literal translations without having recourse to fancy, or torturing the originals; thus, Macnamara, called in Irish Mac Conmara, from mac, a son, con, the genitive case of cu, a hound, and mara, the genitive case of muir, the sea; and so of the rest.
He quoted one of Mary O’Dwyer’s poems to her, and pleased Hyacinth by his enthusiastic admiration of the Connemara scenery.
Count Conomar was lieutenant of Brittany in the reign of Childebert.
Il decoro et grandezza di Londra ha molto cangiato di faccia, la nobilta, che la rendeva conspicua, sta divisa per la campagna, et la delecatezza della corte la piu sontuosa et la piu allegre del mondo, frequentata da principali dame, et abundante nelli piu scelti trattenementi, e cangiata al presente in una perpetua marchia et contramarchia, in un incessante strepito di tamburri, e di trembe, et in stuoio numerosi di soldati et officiali diversi ai posti.--Sagredo.
Footnote 1: Arichandra, the Martyr of Truth: A Tamil Drama translated into English by Muta Coomara Swamy; cited in Conway's Demonology and Devil Lore, II.,
By A. K. Coomaraswamy & A. Graham Carey.
By means of a horn, acting as a funnel, and whilst his nose was being pinched, so as to force him to swallow, they slowly poured four coquemars (about nine pints) of water into his mouth; this was for the ordinary torture.
Coole violets, and orpine growing still, Embathed balme, and chearfull galingale, Fresh costmarie, and breathfull camomill, 195 Dull poppie, and drink-quickning setuale*, Veyne-healing verven, and hed-purging dill, Sound savorie, and bazil hartie-hale, Fat colworts, and comforting perseline**, Colde lettuce, and refreshing rosmarine.
Roses were said to fade on St. Mary Magdalene's Day (July 20), to whom we find numerous flowers dedicated, such as the maudlin, a nickname of the costmary, either in allusion to her love of scented ointment, or to its use in uterine affections, over which she presided as the patroness of unchaste women, and maudlin-wort, another name for the moon-daisy.
They sway their bodies, revolve, march, and countermarch, the men sometimes opening their ranks, and the women going through, and vice versa.
Varus now ordered the troops to be countermarched, in the hope of reaching the nearest Roman garrison on the Lippe.
Monsieur du Plessis having thus gained the point his soul was let on, began to consider in what part of Italy it would be best to place his dear Louisa: as Bolognia was a free country, under the jurisdiction of the Pope, he thought she would there be the least subject to alarms, on account of the army's continual marches and countermarches thro' most other parts of Italy.
General Pope, meanwhile, was marching and countermarching, apparently ignorant of the whereabouts of Jackson, General Lee, in personal command of Longstreet's corps, reached the western end of Thoroughfare Gap about sunset, on the 28th, and the sound of artillery from the direction of Groveton indicated that Jackson and General Pope had come in collision.
Midlemen to the right hand double the front; as you were,--to the left, --double the front; middle-men to the right entire or by division double the front; files to the right,--to the left,--to the right hand countermarch,--to the right,--to the left,--wheele about-- Cap.
Inspection of the Country.--Marimonda.--A City seen through the Fog.
8, n. 3; his courtmartial, iii.
But if the officer knew that, they would be courtmartialed and punished.
Hunc cremari cum reliquo corpore non potuisse tradunt, conditumque loculo in templo.
de Croixmare being my godmother, &c., and Aunt Maria says, "Tut, tut!"
At tea they were all so interested when I told them I was going to stay in France with the de Croixmares.
Among the drop-eared Skyes of present celebrity may be mentioned Mrs. Hugh Ripley's Perfection, Miss Whishaw's Piper Grey, and Lady Aberdeen's Cromar Kelpie.
Cromartie, 4th Duke.
These preliminaries being settled,b he embarked on board a small squadron furnished by the prince of Orange, and, after a perilous navigation of three weeks, during which he had to contend with the stormy weather, and to elude the pursuit of the parliamentary cruisers, he arrived in safety in the Frith of Cromartie.c The king was received with the honours due to his dignity; a court with proper officers was prepared for him at Falkland, and the sum of one hundred thousand pounds Scots, or nine thousand pounds English, was voted for the monthly expense of his household.
The Fians sojourned by the shore Of comely Cromarty, and o'er The wooded hill pursued the chase With ardour. '
Just here, your Highness--a crossmark."
Crowmarsh held out through the later years of Henry's reign and Richard's, had a sore struggle under John, and at last under Henry III.