from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. flax
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Flax. See linen.
Of course that one linne of dialoge was taken from a biography on Regan, still they did nto want it shown because Saint Ronnie should be treated better than that.
Linn (Gael. linne = pool; A.S. hlinna = brook) is variously used for
Seo mo chomhairle, ná bíodh aon imní oraibh, is linne todhchaí na Gaeilge.
This within written Instru - This Deed was Acknowl - ment was Signed Sealed edged by me Samuell and Deliuered and the word Shrimpton & Elizabe "'his house in the tenth linne wife Nouember the 30"'.
Twfl fceketh to be made rich, turneth away hiseie. f Asa 2 ftake is fattened in the middes of ftoncs compact together, lo alfoin themiddes of felling and buying, linne shal be ftrayt - ened. f Sinne shal be deftroyed with the finner.
If we haue no good thing of our owne; If man fro top to toe Ije altooetbcr linne: if it be not lawfull to attempt howe much the power of free will is able to do, howe then may it be lawfull to parte the prayfc of a good worke betwenc God and man?
A COMEDY, J Bluntly, Then why. will they force fo hiany linne*, ceffafy things, an4 make fo many. extra vagaot, charges as to put all power of payment out. of the queftion}
Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.