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  • The entry is -- "_Bricio persona de Creffe, et Malisio filio ejus_," showing that celibacy was not the universal clerical custom; and Nicholas, who in one charter, of date 1258, is called "_Camerario Comitis_" (Malise); and in another, "_Meo filio_," by "_Malisius filius Gilberti quondam Comitis de Stratherne_."

    Chronicles of Strathearn

  • The Greek language has three words for love - one is the eros, another is the word filio, and another is the word agape.

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  • Neque sidus radio, neque mater filio, fit corrupta.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Colubri enim et cerasti nomine diabolus uel antichristus significatur ut est illud quod Iacob patriarcha de Dan filio sua prophetauit dicens: Fiat Dan coluber in uia et cerastes in semita mordet ungulas equi et cadet ascensat eius retro.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Militi, et Waltero Scott suo filio legitimo tertio genito, terrarum de Roberton. 89 89

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • [5593] Catiline killed his only son, misitque ad orci pallida, lethi obnubila, obsita tenebris loca, for the love of Aurelia Oristella, quod ejus nuptias vivo filio recusaret.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • So ridiculous, moreover, we are in our attires, and for cost so excessive, that as Hierome said of old, Uno filio villarum insunt pretia, uno lino decies sestertium inseritur; 'tis an ordinary thing to put a thousand oaks and a hundred oxen into a suit of apparel, to wear a whole manor on his back.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Note 67: Wolter, no. 10, p. 49: "Dum hec aguntur, parentes ipsius pueri cum maximo merore et dolore ubique suum infantem querunt; omnes quos inveniunt adeunt, singulos de filio suo sciscitantur." back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Note 82: VW 1.4, pp. 17 — 18: … resistit mater presagis uisceribus et materno affectu filio suo timens.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Note 56: Ebrard, p. 1543F: Vos autem haeretici, ex illis estis, qui videntes pueros clamantes in templo, & dicentes: Osanna filio Dauid, indignati sunt: quibus ait Iesus per Mattheum: Non legistis?

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

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