Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In cntom., the long slender labrum of a mosquito or other predatory dipterous insect.
“Or otherwise, as it is said in the book called glossarium, pancras is said rapine, or pancras is, subject to beatings and torments.”
“This information was found in the outstanding VOC glossarium: verklaringen van termen, verzameld uit de rijks geschiedkundige publicatiën die betrekking hebben op de Verenigde Oost-indische Compagnie (The Hague: Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis, 2000).”
“And the caligce were also proper to the monastic bodies; for we read in an ancient glossarium upon the rule of Saint Benedict, in the Abbey of”
“(Paris, 1872); "Grammatica chrestomathia, et glossarium linguæ syriacæ" (Paris, 1873); "Histoire de la Ponctuation ou de la massore chez les Syriens" (Paris, 1875).”
“A lexicon of the kind is usually called a glossary (from Lat. glossarium), but bears at times in English the simple name of a gloss.”
“And the caligce were also proper to the monastic bodies; for we read in an ancient glossarium upon the rule of Saint Benedict, in the Abbey of Saint Amand, that caligae were tied with latchets. ”
“Latin glossarium made its way into English by at least the 15th century as glossary, a collection of glosses.”
“Two great and useful works were the outcome of this preparation and even yet suffice to secure the scholarly reputation of their author; they were the "glossarium ad scriptores mediae et infimae latinitatis" (Paris, 3 vols.fol. 1678; new edition with addenda by”
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