ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD GILLYFLOWER
Changed (through influence of flower) from gilofre, from Old French girofle, from Medieval Latin, from Greek karuophullon clove tree, from karuon nut + phullon leaf.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GILLYFLOWER»
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Kid: A Novel
Maximiliane von Quindt marries a Nazi officer and struggles to keep her family together in the chaos during World War II in Germany
THE NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK ED POLLED HERD BOOK
BRED BY 1876 J B.C. | | Young Monarch 246 | Mr. W. Toller 916 GILLYFLOWER
- Y 1. Breeder Mr. J. Borlase Tibbits, Barton Seagrave ; s. a Suffolk Bed Bull ; d.
Tiny by a Suffolk Bed Bull ; gr d Bose ; g gr d Buttercup — Y 1. See Introduction p.
Reformers on Stage: Popular Drama and Religious Propaganda ...
In 1493 The Gillyflower (and presumably The Marigold) participated in the major
contest for Mechelen called by Duke Philip, who intended to have all rhetorician
societies participate.10 According to St Luke's guildbook, The Gillyflower entered
The Herd Book of Hereford Cattle
(25394) GIPSY VAN, Calved January 19, 1906 ; bred by Mr. J. Hamar, The Far-
lands, Brampton Bryan, Herefordshire ; the property of Mr. W. Lewis, Cheney
Longville, Craven Arms, Salop ; got by Pirate (23058), dam (Gillyflower 18th), V.
Hereford Herd Book Society, 1907
A fair lady once with a young lover walk'd — Gillyflower, gentle rosemary —
Through a garden, and sweetly they laugh'd and they talk'd, While the dew fell
over the mulberry-tree. She gave him a rose — while he sigh'd for a kiss —
Miscellanies, in two parts. 1. Prose. 2. Verse, etc
had for some time lived on terms of the strictest intimacy and friendship; and it
seemed, as if their connexion would have lasted for life. Gillyflower alone would
give way to the illhumours of Wormwood, and on this account was a favourite; but
William Fordyce Mavor, 1829
The birds are all singing. The chimney shadow is away as far as Hazelden wolds
; and Mrs. Gillyflower will be coming home again, and then the Squire. Is all ready
, lass ? Run and see, and trim the fire ; the frost is coming, and all is ready here.
George Augustus Sala, Edmund Hodgson Yates, 1870
Gillyflower alone would give way to the ill- humours of Wormwood, and on this
account was a favourite ; but it was soon discovered, that he was equally a
favourite with all who knew him, for his mildness and affability ; while the other
William Fordyce Mavor, 1829
A tair lady once with a young lover walk'd — Gillyflower, gentle rosemary —
Through a garden, and sweetly they laugh 'd and they talk'd, While the dew fell
over the mulberry-tree. She gave him a rose— while he sigh'd for a kiss —
William Harrison Ainsworth, 1844
Temple bar, conducted by G.A. Sala
They had been drinking their tea together — Mrs. Gillyflower, the guest, and Mall.
Tea ended, the girl had resumed her work, and old Martha and the stranger
began to talk. A very voluble companion, in truth, was this guest, and kept the old
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Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 7 recap: "The Gift"
Before he passed, Maester Aemon's foreboding warning that Gilly (lovingly nicknamed "gillyflower") should take her son south, combined with ... «DRaysBay, May 15»
'Game of Thrones' recap: Cersei's comeuppance, and a meeting five …
"Get him south, Gillyflower, before it's too late," Aemon tells her. Later that night, Aemon lay dying, calling for his young brother Egg -- that would ... «NJ.com, May 15»
Hot Looks: Mother's Day - It's Not Too Late!
With notes of jasmine, rose, and gillyflower, mixed with suede, it's an extremely charming scent! $120 for 100 ml. 2) Lancôme La Nuit Trésor: ... «Vanity Fair, May 15»
Bath architects triumph at major architectural design awards
The Gillyflower at Elmore Court, Gloucestershire (Millar + Howard Workshop, Stroud). 10.The Lantern Craft Workshops, nr Ringwood (CaSA ... «Bath Chronicle, May 15»
How to Make Redbud Jelly
You can make dandelion, jasmine, lilac, carnation (Gillyflower) or other edible, fragrant flower jellies. Remember, the lemon juice will most ... «BlogHer, Apr 15»
Game of Thrones meets Doctor Who: Actors from Maisie Williams to …
... or the 'Queen of Thorns', the Game of Thrones version of the Dowager Countess, but she played Mrs. Gillyflower in the Doctor Who story 'The ... «The Independent, Apr 15»
'Doctor Who' Season 9 Spoilers: Maisie Williams To Guest Star; 6 …
Her "Who" character Mrs. Gillyflower tried to hide away the best humans she could find and lock them away before she poisoned the rest of the ... «International Business Times, Mar 15»
Game of Thones' Richard Madden Wants a Doctor Who Guest Role
Dame Diana Rigg – Mrs. Gillyflower from The Crimson Horror, is/was also Olenna Tyrell, the family's matriarch. Iain Glen – Father Octavian from ... «Doctor Who UK Webzine, Mar 15»
Elmore Court named best wedding venue in the country
After a multimillion-pound renovation, Elmore Court opened in November 2013 unveiling a new ballroom, The Gillyflower, built out of rammed ... «Gloucester Citizen, Mar 15»
Dr Judith Rowbotham: Winter in the workhouse in Nottingham
All three of the original parishes had had workhouses from the 1720s – St Mary on York Street, St Nicholas on Gillyflower Hill, and St Peter on ... «Nottingham Post, Feb 15»