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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as armiger, 2.

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  • Ay, and rato-lorum too; and a gentleman born, Master Parson; who writes himself armigero, in any bill, warrant, quittance, or obligation, —armigero.

    Act I. Scene I. The Merry Wives of Windsor

  • Ay, and 'rato-lorum' too; and a gentleman born, Master Parson, who writes himself 'armigero' in any bill, warrant, quittance, or obligation -- 'armigero.'

    The Merry Wives of Windsor

  • Coram venli viro RICHARDO CLARKE legum Dcore Surto Dni Offitis c. jurio THOME AILESBURIE et THOME BUCKNER duorum Extorum cquibus cde bene c saluo jure cResrvata tamen ptate similem Comissionem faciendi Dno ROBERTO SIDNEY militi et JOHANNI PROTHERO armigero alteris Extoribus c Cum venerint eandem in debita Juris forma petituri.

    Thomas Hariot

  • De commissione speciali Henrico Ashton armigero et aliis 1639,

    Notes on the State of Virginia

  • De commissione speciali Henrico Ashton armigero et aliis ad amovendum Henricum Hawley gubernatorem de Barbadoes.

    Notes on the State of Virginia.

  • De commissione speciali Henrico Ashton armigero et aliis ad amovendum Henricum Hawley gubernatorem de Barbadoes.

    Notes on the State of Virginia

  • « Richardo Onsloweo, Salopiensi armigero, generosa orto familia, libere educate, et ab incunabulis humanarum literarum studiosisbimo, et juris domestici legumque nostrarum peritissimo, academiae Templariae facile principi oratori, scribae cancel, due.

    Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical

  • He might have writ himself _armigero_ in many a bill, or obligation, or quittance, or what not; he might have left something behind him save unpaid tavern bills; he might have heard cases, harried poachers, and quoted old saws; and slept in his own family chapel through sermons yet unwrit, beneath his presentment, done in stone, and a comforting bit of Latin: but he is dead long since. "

    The Line of Love Dizain des Mariages

  • The orators of Opposition might soon have been reduced, like Philoetetes wasting his arrows upon geese at Lemnos, [Footnote: _ "Pinnigero, non armigero in corpore tela exerceantur."

    Memoirs of the Life of the Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan — Volume 01

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