10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «DEFOUL» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
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An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: ...
'fending a stroke”, Fr. defend-re, id. To DEFOUL, t». a. 1. To defile; Doug. 2. To
dishonour, to disgrace. , That doughty delit with hym sa, for dout he war dqfold.
Guzman and Gol. iii. 25. Fr. defoul-er, to trample on, also, to reproach. DEFOWLE
Reading and Writing during the Dissolution: Monks, Friars, ...
For after the gospel those things that enter by the mouth do not defoul the person,
but those things that do issue and pass out by the mouth do defoul and blemish
the soul. If a person in thy presence should stir in dirt or any stinking matter, ...
An etymological dictionary of the Scottish language: ...
For lo, the werk that first is foundit sure, May better bere apace and hyare be, —
And stronger to defend aduersitee. King's Quair, iv. 8. In this sense S. B. they
commonly speak of " defending a stroke." Fr. defend-re, id. To DEFOUL, v. a. l. To
An alphabet of tales: the genre, background, date, and ...
DEER: 'animal' <OE díor, déor (OED): defowlid: see DEFOUL noun sg. dere (1).
desyred: see DESIRE devidid: see DIVIDE desyrid: see DESIRE DEVH.:
DECREE: 'ordinance, edict' <OF decré, decret (OED): noun sg. decre (2). ded:
The Wycliffe New Testament (1388): an edition in modern ...
Nothing that is without a man that enters into him, may defoul him. But those
things that come forth of a man, those it is that defoul a man. If any man have ears
of hearing, hear he. And when He was entered into an house from the people,
W. R. Cooper, Tyndale Society, British Library, 2002
Middle English Dictionary
(c) (c!384) WBible(l) 1 Mac.14.36: Heithen men. .defoul- iden all thingus. .and
3auen grete wounde to the citec \WB(2): chastite; Lcastitati]. 6. Med. The word '
wound' as a technical term or concept. ?a!425 Chauliac(l) (NYiWallner) 3.6/1: ...
Hans Kurath, Robert E. Lewis, Sherman McAllister Kuhn, 2001
The Imperial Dictionary, English, Technological, and ...
Thus we speak of deformity in an edifice, or deformity of character. DEFORSER,+
n. [from force.] One that casts out by force. DEFOUL', v. t. To defile. I DEFOUL'ED,
pp. Defiled; made dirty DEFY DEGENERATE DEGRADATION DEFOUL'ING, ...
The Works of Mr. Edmund Spenser
Ah dearest God me grant, I dead be not defoul'd. XLIII. The seventh, now after
Death and Burial- done, Had charge the tender Orphans of the Dead, And
widows aid, lest they should be undone : ln face os Judgment he their Right
would plead, ...
Edmund Spenser, John Hughes, William Dillingham, 1715
Tenants Law, Or, The Laws Concerning Landlords, Tenants, and ...
... Aeres of Meadow, from the first Day of May, tilyl the Grass be there cut and
made into Hay; for being in .s0 great a Quantity of Land, the Going-of two
Geldings there cannot so defoul or debruivse iit, but that Hey may well bee made
An Essay on the Archaeology of Our Popular Phrases, and ...
... substantive sense ; and thus as rottenness, and so foulness, nastiness ; or
corruption as the producer of nastiness To defile, to defoul, and to defoil, are the
same verb differently spelt. Vuyl is the same word with our foul and the German
NACHRICHTEN, IN DENEN DER BEGRIFF «DEFOUL» VORKOMMT
Erfahre, worüber man in den einheimischen und internationalen Medien spricht und wie der Begriff defoul
im Kontext der folgenden Nachrichten gebraucht wird.
Family adventures in the Amazon
It's clearly a trick, and though tempted to stop and defoul my footwear, I instruct the family to take no notice and keep walking. We might be in ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Mär 08»