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  • Saraceni, coeperunt clamare, moriatur, moriatur ille, qui sic contra Prophetam locutus est.

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

  • Frater autem Thomas, et frater Demetrius extra populum in loco separato flexis genibus orantes cum lachrymis deuotioni se dederunt Frater autem Iocobus iterum ignem exiuit illaesus sicut prius fecerat: quod videns omnis populus clamare coepit, peccatum est, deccatum est, offendere eos, quià sancti sunt.

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

  • Kadi, et infideles qui cum eo tenuerunt, quod non habuerunt quid rationabiliter contradicere: Tunc videns Kadi se sic confusum, incepit clamare sic; Et quid dicis de Machometo?

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  • Tunc clamare coepit Kadi: sanctus non est ille, quia combustus non est, quia tunica quam portat est de lana terræ Habraæ, et ideò nudus exspolietur, et in ignem proijciatur, et videbitur si comburetur vel non.

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

  • _Exclamation_ (from the Latin _ex_, out, and _clamare_, to cry), is a figure by which the speaker instead of stating a fact, simply utters an expression of surprise or emotion.

    How to Speak and Write Correctly

  • "_Ad viscum Druidæ_: Druidæ clamare solebant," is frequently quoted from Ovid, sometimes, and that recently, specifying the Fasti.

    Notes and Queries, Number 41, August 10, 1850

  • Qui verberarem asinos, si forte occeperint clamare hinc ex crumina 590

    Amphitryo, Asinaria, Aulularia, Bacchides, Captivi Amphitryon, The Comedy of Asses, The Pot of Gold, The Two Bacchises, The Captives

  • When followed by l the history of f was like that of c and g: the result for all three was a palatalized l which soon began to be represented by ll (approximate to li in English "filial": flamma, Span. llama, clamare, Span. llamar, etc.).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • -- 2) (O.N. hrîna, _sonare, clamare), to resound, rustle_: pres.part. nom.pl. hrînde bearwas (for hrînende) 1364; but see Note. hroden.

    Beowulf

  • -- 2) (O.N. hrīna, _sonare, clamare), to resound, rustle_: pres.part. nom.pl. hrīnde bearwas (for hrīnende) 1364; but see Note. hroden.

    Beowulf

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