10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AROINT THEE»
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The Works of William Shakespeare
271. aroint thee, witch I vii. 208 ; aroint thee, witch, aroint thee I viii. 70 : That
Aroint thee is equivalent to " Away ! " " Begone ! " seems to be agreed, though its
etymology is quite uncertain : " Rynt ye ; By your leave, stand handsomely. As,
William Shakespeare, Alexander Dyce, 1891
Shakspeare's Himself Again: Or, The Language of the Poet ...
Aroint thee — ] Aroint, or avaunt, be gone. Pope. Aroint thee, vsitth ! — ] In one of
the folio editions, the reading is anoint thee, in a sense very consistent with the
common account of witches, who ate related to prrform many Supernatural acts
The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes : with ...
Saint Withold footed thrice the wold ; He met the night-mare, and her nine-fold}
Bid her alight, And her troth plight, And, aroint thee, witch, aroint thee ! 7 6 web
and the pin,"] Difeafes of the eye. JOHNSON. So, in Every Woman in her Humour,
William Shakespeare, George Steevens, Samuel Johnson, 1793
A glossary to the works of William Shakespeare
Schmidt says it may mean completely armed, harnessed, or rather: lusty in arms,
full of life and spirits even under the weight of arms. New Eng. Diet. "?With gaunt
limbs." aroint thee, witch! Mcb. i. 3. 6; aroint thee, witch, aroint thee! Lr. iii. 4. 129.
Alexander Dyce, Harold Littledale, 1902
8; aroint thee, witch, aroint thee! 302: That Aroint thee is equivalent to “Away!” “
Begone!” seems to be agreed, though its etymology is quite uncertain: “Rynt ye;
By your leave, stand handsomely. As, Rynt you, Witch, quoth Besse Locket to her
William Shakespeare, Alexander Dyce, 1868
The Works of William Shakespeare: Preface. Addenda. Glossary ...
512: see note 36, 603. aroint thee, witch! vii. 8; aroint thee, witch, aroint thee! vii.
302: That Aroint thee is equivalent to “ Away !” “ Begone!” seems to be agreed,
though its etymology is quite uncertain: “Rynt ye; By your leave, stand
William Shakespeare, Alexander Dyce, 1867
Shakspeare's himself again; or the language of the poet asserted
Aroint thee, witch ! the rump-fed ronyon cries. Aroint thee — \ Aroint, or avaunt, bp
gone. Pope. Aroint thee, witih ! — ] In one of the folio editions the reading is
anoint thee, in a sense very consistent with the common account of witches, who :
Pericles. The two noble kinsmen. Venus and Adonis. Lucrece. ...
603. aroint thee, witch! vii. 8; aroint thee, witch, aroint thee! vii. 302: That Aroint
thee is equivalent to “Away!” “Begone l” seems to be agreed, though its
etymology is quite uncertain: “Rynt ye; By your leave, stand handsomely. As, Rynt
William Shakespeare, 1877
The Gentleman's Magazine Library: Being a Classified ...
But I cannot say that it has convinced me of the identity or synonymousness of the
two expressions, royntree and aroint thee. In the explanation of obscure or
obsolete words and phrases, it will generally be found, if a simple and obvious ...
George Laurence Gomme, Frank Alexander Milne, A. C. Bickley, 1884
Ella Goodetww Willcox. •AROINT THEE, WITCH, AROINT THEE.' All lovers of
Shakespeare remember the opening lines of the third scene of the first act of '
Macbeth,' and the speech of the first witch : — " A sailor's wife had chestnuts in
her lap, ...
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «AROINT THEE»
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Putting one's foot into it
For example, when Shakespeare said (in Macbeth and King Lear) aroint thee, he must have relied on an audience at the Globe that knew what ... «OUPblog, May 15»
Monthly etymology gleanings for October 2014, Part 2
Some time ago, I wrote a post on the enigmatic exclamation aroint thee, witch (Macbeth; aroint thee also occurs in King Lear) and supported an ... «OUPblog, Nov 14»
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Shakespeare still felt at home among them, would have recognized Grimalkin, and, as noted in a recent post, knew the charm aroint thee, ... «OUPblog, Jun 13»
Out of Shakespeare: 'Aroint thee'
Give me,' quoth I: / 'Aroint thee, witch!' the rump-fed ronyon cries.” And in King Lear Edgar, pretending to be mad (III. 4, 129), also says “Aroint ... «OUPblog, Feb 13»
Macbeth | Darlinghurst Theatre
'Aroint thee, witch!' the rump-fed ronyon cries. Her husband's to Aleppo gone, master o' the Tiger: It wasn't intended to frighten anyone, in the ... «Australian Stage Online, Apr 10»
Aroint Thee, Heretic!
The Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision Friday that bans on gay marriage are unconstitutional, concluding decades of hard-fought battles by ... «The Onion, Jun 08»