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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of apocopate.


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  • Instances of the apocopated [Hebrew] (b) are common in the Chaldean or Syro – Chaldaic at the present day; e.g. [Arabic] (Yáheb Alaha) is pronounced Yáu-Alaha;

    The Land of Midian

  • On the verb in apocopated form watte'ar from ` arah see G.K. 75 bb.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • (Ps. 150: 4), rendered "stringed instruments;" in Ps. 45: 8, in the form minni, probably the apocopated (i.e., shortened) plural, rendered, Authorized Version, "whereby," and in the

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • Instances of the apocopated < Hebrew > (b) are common in the Chaldean or

    The Land of Midian — Volume 1

  • ".. this introduction contains the pseudo-introduction the original the variants of the original the pseudo-original as well as the variants of the pseudo-original the apocrypha and the incorporation of all these texts in an original arpocryphum with apocopated whiskers as well as fifty calcinated medals and fifty suns of fifty years because the .."

    quo Murphy

  • Duen is the apocopated (cut-off) form of dueño, which stems from the Latin dominus.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XV No 1

  • The OED Supplement documents this last apocopated form in a passage from 1744, decades before Dolley Madison introduced the White House to her dessert.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IV No 1

  • a youth, foot-soldier: L. infntem INFANT n. 1 For the development of the It. infante cf. the apocopated form fante 'a man or woman servant or attendant; also, a footman or soldier seruing on foot; also the knaue or varlet at cards '

    Army Rumour Service


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