from The Century Dictionary.
- Named before.
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- adjective Named before.
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Namedearlier in a document.
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Granvilles — the aforenamed mother agrees to settle her fortune absolutely on the girl, reserving only a life-interest.
First of all, health in itself I hold to be a good, and disease in itself an evil; and in the next place the sources of either of those aforenamed, meats and drinks, and habits of life,489 I regard as good or evil according as they contribute either to health or to disease.
It fortuned, that the King and his sonne being busy in the aforenamed war, the wife and Lady of Count Gualtier died in the mean while, leaving him onely a sonne and a daughter very yong, and of tender yeeres, which made his owne home the lesse welcom to him, having lost his deere Love, and second selfe.
And as France's dominion grew, so did all these aforenamed nations shrink.
All these together with the residue aforenamed were furnished and beautified with trumpets, streamers, banners, warlike ensignes, and other such like ornaments.
There died also messieur Nastasy de Sancta Camilla aforenamed, hauing two hundred men vnder him of the lord great masters succours.
Chistopber Hodsdon aforenamed, both the said Christopher and
And so one might rather take the aforenamed objects to be ends; for they are loved for themselves.
Also in every way [we forbid] in the name of God Almighty, [that, if] anyone in this aforenamed land steals anything outside it, anything [be paid] to anyone except specifically ‘price for price’ [as a settlement, nothing outside as a fine].
Freolater, the father of Frethwold or Friderwald, the father of the aforenamed Woden or Othen.