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- n. A rich goblet, especially one used on state occasions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A rich goblet, esp. one used on state occasions.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A large drinking-goblet, especially the vessel from which the chief guest at an entertainment or the presiding dignitary was served.
- n. Hence A vessel of precious material, as silver or silver gilt, fitted with a cover, from which the taster drank a little wine taken from the hanap.
- n. In the fifteenth century, a measure, especially for wine, ale, and the like. It is forbidden, on the ground that it is not a fixed measure, by a regulation of Henry IV.
I'll line it up sa mga pending ko ha? tsaka hanap pa ako ng pic na puedeng pang cover. anganda naman ni manay cheh!! happy valentine's day * mwah* thanks for dropping by and this meme. why your hubby doesn't want his face around the blogosphere? hehe. moderately-confused pinay in deutschland is proudly powered by
The goblet was filled with Malvoisie: it held about three quarts; a precious golden hanap carved by the cunning artificer, Benvenuto the Florentine.
Now I cannot find _hanap_ in any dictionary to which I have access; but I find _hanaper_ in every one.
But I cannot distinctly connect the _hanap_ of the exhibition with _hanaper_: and I perhaps ought to look in another direction for its true signification and etymology.
While they sang a hymn in praise of King Gradlon, one of the choristers, provided with a flagon of wine, a napkin, and golden hanap, mounted on the crupper of King
"Un hanap a pee de la veille fazon quillere et cymelle el founz du pois xxix, du pris xl."
"Je devise a ma joefne fille Isabel Bardolf en cide de lui marier un _hanap_ plat door."
The hanap frequently occurs in wills and inventories of the thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth centuries.
"Item, un hanap d ore covere del ovrage d un _kyrymyry_ et iij scochons des armes d Engleterre et de Franuce en le sumet."
Guida caught up a hanap of water from the dresser, and passed it to him.