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- n. Archaic spelling of hold.
- v. Archaic spelling of hold.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Faithfulness.
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She further laments that she can hardly believe "that the goute myght with holde a good husbande hauyng some loue to his wyfe" and begs Egerton to teach her what "a good husbande ought to teche his wyfe," that is, the full definition of love (intellectually speaking, one hopes).
Så gik du og lod mig alene om at holde øje med tiden og fylde disse timer med en omarrangeret tomhed hvis støj er uforklarlige lyde og åndedrættet der kun et mit og altid det samme.
Â “I wish you luck, Jericho Drumm…Â Though as the holde of that cursed relic, it will do you no good.”
Pleehz waite whiyel ai puttes u on holde. ai luk up ur akkount.
And evere she preyeth hir child to holde his pees,
Jeg må kunne si nei, jeg må holde meg til reglene, der er troll og monstre jeg ikke kan drepe for dere, der er juv dere selv må finne en måte å krysse.
Whosoever will be saved : before all thinges it is necessarye that he holde the Catholyke fayth.
Howbeit, they are of discretion to make feltes of Camels haire, wherewith they clothe themselues, and which they holde against the winde.
Bishops, and other men of account, being in consultation together about those matters which we had propounded vnto them in our iourney towards the Tartars, answered vs with common consent, saying: that they would holde the Pope for their speciall Lord and
Furthermore, if in battell any of the Tartars be cast off their horse backes, they must presently bee layd holde on and taken, for being on foote they shoote strongly, wounding and killing both horses and men.