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- v. Present participle of misrender.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A faulty or erroneous rendering.
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The same misrendering is found several times in Jeremiah.
"Arktouros" is not improbably a misrendering of "Arktos," "the north," which would give a free but not a literal translation of the meaning of the passage.
Faults of ignorance of words; misrendering of proper names; blundering in the inept introduction of marginal notes and confounding such notes with the text, showing that the heart of the copyist was not in his work nor his head capable of performing it.
Not having the original texts at hand and not wanting to misrepresent something that Shi Guoqiang might already by misrendering or mistranslating, I'll make a snip here.
Did he ever think that perhaps the website was doing something that wasn't correct and that is why it is misrendering? find it so annoying to try and hold the phone in landscape mode anyway, unless I have two hands on it.
The major adventure in Act II is a jarring misrendering of "The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo."
Tomatoes (allegedly to the French term pomme d'amour as a misrendering of pomme de Maure)
Bartlett's misrendering has for years prompted civilians to reprise the wrong words and musician.