10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIMMOR»
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The Exodus: Of Spiders and Falcons
Gimmor, the Green moon that circles with the white moon. Gimmor is regarded
and revered to be the bringer of weather, storms, rains, and much dark
superstition. The light from the green moon often cause many an animal to act
strangely on ...
Winter's tale. King John. King Richard II. King Henry IV, ...
1632: the early reading is “ enforce them to be more eager,” but no ellipsis can be
commoner, and it corrects the versification. 7 I think, by some odd GIMMALS, or
device,] A “ gimmal,” or gimmor, as it is spelt in the folio, 1623, is a piece of ...
William Shakespeare, John Payne Collier, 1858
The Song of Solomon in the Northumberland Dialect. From the ...
... for thor isent a gelt-gimmor amang thim. . 3 Thaw lips is like skarlit threed, an'
thaw talk 15 luvesum: the sides o' thaw heed 's like pieces o' Pum' granits hidin'
anundor thaw hair. 4 Thaw neck 's like the toor o' Deavid beelt for a nairmury; ...
Gimmor, sb. contrivance. 1 H. VI. L a. Ging, sb. gang. Merry Wives, iv. a. Gird, v.i,
to gibe. 2 H. IV. 1. 2 ; Cor. L 1. Gird, sb. a sarcasm or gibe. Tam, of S. v. 2. Gleek, t
». to scofX M. N's Dr. in. 1. Gleek, sb. a scoff. 1 H. VI. iil a. Glose, v.i. to comment; ...
William Shakespeare, 1880
The local historian's table book, of remarkable occurrences, ...
... five West Highland kyloes, by Mrs. Dunn, of Ellingham ; a Leicester ewe and
lamb, by Mr. Darling, of Hetton House ; a pen of five tups, by Mr. Simmons ; a twin
gimmor, a cross between a Cheviot tup and a Leicester ewe, by the duke of vol. v.
Moses Aaron Richardson, 1846
The works of William Shakespeare
11. chor. 26. Gimmal, sb. a gimmal bit was either made of Simmal or double rings
, or probably was itself ouble. H 5. iv. 2. 49. Gimmor, tb. a contrivance. 1H6.1. 2.
41. Gin, »6. a snare. Tw. N. 11. 5. 92; Mac. IV. 2. 35. 'Gin or gin, v.i. to begin. Mac.
William Shakespeare, William George Clark, William Aldis Wright, 1919
Phreno-mnemotechnic Dictionary: Being a Philosophical ...
734 — Comer, hockamore,gam- j mer, chimer, chimera, chi- more, gemara,
gimmor. * j 735 — Camel, comely, gimmal, calmly. * 737^—Comic, game-egg,
chy- mic. * 738 — Come-off,commove,chy- mify. * 39— CanTD, gump,kemb, kim-
Francis Fauvel-Gouraud, 1844
Europe: Swiss men and Swiss mountains. Ascent of Mont Blanc. ...
This, however, is nothing to a cavity mentioned by Wagner* in the mount Gimmor,
in the canton of Appenzel, into which, if you throw a stone, you may repeat the ten
commandments before it reaches the bottom ! There is a curious diversity of ...
Poems, part II. Index to proper names and songs. Glossary
Gimmor. ab. a contrivance. 1 H. 6, I, 11. 41. Gin. ab. asnare. 'Iwv, N. 11. v, 77; Mac
. 1v, ii, 35. Sb. ' gang. pack. M. w. W, ii. Gingerly, adv. nicely, carefully. Two G. 0 I,
u. 7 . Gi y. ab. a term of contempt. A. 8.: C. . 1,10; R.&J.II.iv,41. Gird, v. t. to taunt.
William Shakespeare, Sir Sidney Lee, 1907
Shakspere's Werke, herausg. und erklärt von N. Delius. ...
5 H 2 chor 11 — counterfeit — T C 2, 3, 7 — nutmeg — L L 5, 2, 133 gimmal 'd bit
— 5 H 4, 2, 14 gimmor, s. — 6 Ha 1, 2, 11 ginger, s. — M M 4, 3, 3 gipsy, s> — R
2, 4, 16 — — A C 1, 1, 6 gird, s. — T S 5, 2, 16 — v. a. — Co 1, 1, 63 — at, v. n. ...
William Shakespeare, Nicolaus Delius, 1860