from The Century Dictionary.
- Well done! well said! good! an exclamation of applause, encouragement, joy, and the like.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete Applause.
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- noun obsolete, rare
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 From Uc and Uch came the word euge: also ευχη, ευχομαι, ευχωλη, of the Greeks.
Yeah, Norton gained incredibly good reviews as his performance as the Leper Prince of Jerusalem. euge
Such were “Bakh, bakh” (= euge, before noticed), and “Kakh,” a congener of the Latin Cacus and
Sed eheu inquis euge quid agemus? ubi pro Epithalamio Bellonae flagellum, pro musica harmonia terribilum lituorum et tubarum audias clangorem, pro taedis nuptialibus, villarum, pagorum, urbium videas incendia; ubi pro jubilo lamenta, pro risu fletus aerem complent.
US mass sterilized up until the early 70s for euge ...
Avertantur statim erubescentes, qui dicunt mihi: Euge, euge.
Euge, euge, di me salvom et servatum volunt. iam ego illuc praecurram atque inscendam aliquam in arborem indeque observabo, aurum ubi abstrudat senex. quamquam hic manere me erus sese iusserat; 680 certum est, malam rem potius quaeram cum lucro.
 Of such ministers and counselors, the holy king said that they who were confounded and ashamed should remove themselves far from him: _Avertantur statim erubescentes, qui dicunt mihi, "Euge, euge!"
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 25 of 55 1635-36 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, As Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Close of the Nineteenth Century
Such were "Bakh, bakh" (= euge, before noticed), and "Kakh," a congener of the Latin Cacus and Caca which our day has docked to
Ferant confeftira confii - fi6nemfuam* qui dicunt nihi: Euge, euge.