- From Amharic ንጉሥ (n’gus, "king"). (Wiktionary)
- Amharic nəgus, from Classical Ethiopic nəguś, king, ruler, verbal adjective of nagśa, to rule, become king; see ngś in Semitic roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“M.] ‡ The Negus is differently called Elesbaan, Elesboas, Elisthaeus, probably the same name, or rather appellation.”
“Negus hopes it will be won by a novice racegoer and jokes that it will be "bloody annoying" if it goes to JP McManus or some similarly wealthy owner.”
“Negus says the lottery should generate £250,000 a year, plugging the gap in Racing Welfare's budget.”
“We could tell a bit of a sob story and ask for money but that isn't really enough," Negus says, "so instead we're trying to do something that will add a bit of value to the racegoer's experience of being at the races.”
“On December 18th, 2009 at 11: 48 pm, Dave Negus wrote:”
“This year sees Longborough's production of Siegfried, the third chapter of The Ring, once again directed by Alan Privett and conducted by Anthony Negus.”
“Hopefully a relationship with Negus will turn out a little better for Rihanna.”
“Councillor Anthony Negus, cabinet member for strategic housing and regeneration, said: We hope that Know Your Place website will become an essential tool to help individuals, communities, developers, design professionals and students to develop a deeper understanding of our city and how it has evolved over the centuries.”
“With the self-effacing wizard Anthony Negus in the pit and a deft orchestra, Longborough is in musically secure hands.”
“Hitler pets Braun's Scottish terriers, Negus and Katuschka, in 1942.”
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