10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OENOMEL»
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oenomel, derived from the Greek words oinos (wine) and meli (honey), is an ancient Greek beverage consisting of honey and unfermented grape juice.
Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn, 2012
Swinburne and His Gods: The Roots and Growth of an Agnostic ...
She is no longer perceived as feeding on him; instead, the united lovers form the
oenomel. And for the first time the speaker suggests quite explicitly that a
reciprocal love might have overcome the divisions and the self-destructive power
Cupboard Love 2: A Dictionary of Culinary Curiosities
hydromel hydromel Several beverages and culinary concoctions derive their
names from meli, the Greek word for honey, including hydromel, acetomel, and
oenomel. Hydromel, as might be guessed from the first half of the word, is a
And then, my Heart, let your every vibrant fiber sense The essence, as it were, of
oenomel which seems thence To lave its haze on her delicious face, Where is set
, like a red-brown kiss, the mouth that quaffs Its flow — oh! blissful flow the ...
David Mann Kinnelon, New Jersey Miss Greene replies: I trust the oe of Mr.
Mann's oenomel is purely oeco- domic. Poetic Simon In reading John Simon's
review of The Sleuth [Theater, November 30], I was struck by the way his rush of ...
The Origins of English Words: A Discursive Dictionary of ...
... bee). hydromel; oenomel. mulse. caramel. melicaris: like a honeycomb.
Melianthaceae, Melianthus: family and genus, the honey flower. melilot: clover (
loved by bees). L meli- melum: honey apple; Malus: genus of apple trees, of
which there ...
Joseph Twadell Shipley, 2009
Aurora Leigh, and Other Poems
But sate absorbed amid the quickening glooms, Most like some passive broken
lump of salt Dropt in by chance to a bowl of oenomel, To spoil the drink a little,
and lose itself, Dissolving slowly, slowly, until lost. EIGHTH BOOK. One eve it ...
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1866
The poets of the nineteenth century
... to come back to the drinking Of this Cyprus, — it is well — But those memories,
to my thinking, Make a better oenomel ; And whoever be the speaker, None can
murmur with a sigh — That, in drinking from that beaker, I am sipping like a fly.
Robert Aris Willmott, 1857
And Heaven's Throne is empty as their hearts and heads and spines, When the
Truth beats in their face in Cardinal Red Divine — The Liquid Center of a Soul
like oenomel to sip. But a flame without God is just a dram of hell —(a drip.)—
English Vocabulary Elements
... dendrochronology, dendrite, philodendron, dendriform dent tooth L dental,
edentate, dentition, trident dyn power G dynamo, dyne, dynasty, aerodyne,
dynamic en~oen wine G enology, oenophile, oenomel, oenotherapy ev age L
the late Keith Denning Associate Professor of Linguistics Eastern Michigan University, the late Brett Kessler Researcher in Cognitive Science Wayne State University, the late William R. Leben Professor of Linguistics Stanford University, 2007
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