10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BEWAILER»
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Arabic Poetry: A Primer for Students
10 So I tossed sleeplessly, my locks disarrayed, 11 Marvelling at her repelling (
me) — and passion abounds in marvels — 1 2 And I said, with tears covering my
breast-bones, 13 "If despair for 'Abda appears, then my bewailer has already ...
Arthur John Arberry, 1965
Dictionary of the Welsh Language: Explained in English
Cwynfann, e. a. (cwynfan) To complain, to wail. Cwynfanos, a. (cwynfan)
Complaining, wailing. Cwyniad, ». m. — pl. t. au (cwyn) A complaining; a wailing,
a groaning. Cwyniedydd, ». m. — pi. t. ion (cwyniad) Bewailer. Cwy nitor, sup. (
A dictionary of the Welsh language. [Preceded by] A grammar ...
¡on (cwyniad) Bewailer. Cwyuitor, tup. (cwyn) To be complaining. Powyi Cell
esliyd, bywyd lor, Ceneu Cyudrwyn cwynitor. Powys, the retreat of strangers, was
the life of my lord ; the warlike sou of Cyndrwyo, that is bewailed. Llywarch lien.
Miller's Almanack and Year Book
THE BEWAILER The bewailer is the man who views with alarm. He bewails the
state of business, the idiocy of his competitors, the price of wheat, the outlook for
the growing crop, the extremes of fashion, the unrest in the Balkans, "I can't see a
Mishnah Berurah: The Classic Commentary to Shulchan Aruch ...
Even if the bewailer will not receive payment for /the bewailing, but will/ merely /
do it/ without charge, for the sake of the mitzvah, it is also forbidden. It makes no
difference /with respect to this ruling/ whether the bewailer is a stranger or is one
Israel Meir (ha-Kohen), ישראל מאיר הכהן, Aharon Feldman, 1997
A Select Collection of Old Plays in Twelve Volumes
O blest bewailer of thy misery ! AWLITIBAnd woefulPst liver in calamity ! Carracus
. , From which, right worthy friend,"'tis now high time You be releas'd ; come then,
you shall with LlsOur first and chiefest welcome, my Maria, We shall receive at ...
John Payne- Collier, Robert Dodsley, 1780
The remains of Denis Granville, D.D.: being a further ...
... and pious, yet) may be of great difficulty before it can be accomplished ; and I
beseech you afford me at least your good prayers for a happy issue. The
businesse, Sir, is this. I have been, ever since I entred into the Church, a hearty
The life & acts of Matthew Parker. 1821
... passionate lover of our ancient writings, and a great bewailer of the destruction
of them, as=was seen in part before. In his epistle to King Edward VI. “ he la,-
Bdefore hi; “ mented so great an oversight in the overthrow of abbeys “ and ...
A history of the earth, and animated nature
Bell, when the stag cries, he is said to bell. ii. 205. Bells, their vibrations not heard
under the receiver of an air- pump, i. 236. Berries, the Laplanders drink water in
which juniper berries have been infused, ii. 4. Bewailer, or the Sai, a monkey of ...
The Ladies' Lexicon, and Parlour Companion ...: Being Also ...
To bemoan, to lament. pr. par. bewailing ; past, bewailed : s. bewailer. BEWA'RE.
v. To regard with caution. BEWILDER. v. To lose in pathless places ; to puzzle. pr.
par. be wildering ; past, bewildered. BEWITCH'. v. To injure by witch- craft ; to ...