from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A simplified spelling of live.
- n. An abbreviation of the French livre, book;
- n. of the French livre, pound (weight or coin).
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- adj. being four more than fifty
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Sen fÃ¥r en extatisk Springsteen skaka liv i kropp och sjÃ¤l m ...
Follies of my Life, and of all such as liv'd in that way whose whole
"Mr. Ruralfree'liv'ry" shook his whip at them, then hollered "Whoa!" and stopped the old horse; and Jib hollered "Whoa!" and stopped his mules, right at the Landing.
So he rode home with Mr. Ruralfree'liv'ry and all his sacks of mail.
For example, a search in the UK that begins with "liv" is probably headed for a query related to "Liverpool," while in the US it would be for one of the most vital organs in the human body.
In fhort'liv'd charms let others place their joys*
"Special d'liv'ry -- just come," announced George, holding the letter high, out of easy reach, while he read in exultant accents the traitorous address: "'Perceval Sybarite, Esquire, Care of Messrs. Whigham and Wimper'!
Mitt Ewok Hus er ikke meget interessant, er mitt liv utrolig interessant imidlertid.
Do you use a pattern, like chub liver chub liv | Field & Stream
IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. liv + 228pp.