Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English (Scotch) form of leave.
“Then again Leif and his companions returned to the ship, and mounting into it they sailed away upon the sea.”
“So once again Leif's ship was made ready, and with five and twenty tall, strong men Thorstein set forth, taking with him his wife Gudrid.”
“Again Leif asked his question and put his hand on Tyrker's shoulder as though he would shake him.”
“Yes, you’re right … And yes, Lucky Leif is a great album, big Eno influence on it.”
“I love learning about unsung commercial artists from the ’50s and ’60s, and Leif is the perfect guide.”
“The New Yorker has called Leif Ove Andsnes one of the rare musicians who possess "both power and poetry in equal measure;" Berlin-based South African visual artist Robin Rhode is known for his creative "moving" drawings and performance-based video.”
“So I now call Leif "Pata" and I refer to John as "Punk"because he really is a pain in the ass at times.”
“Eric had a son, called Leif Ericson, or Leif the Lucky, who visited Norway and was well received at the court of King”
“His tale so excited the curiosity of a young Viking prince, called Leif the Lucky, that he sailed to the newly discovered coast.”
“In this wise he showed his nobleness and goodness, since he introduced Christianity into the country, and saved the men from the wreck; and he was called Leif the”
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