from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In civil law, ungathered crops or fruits.
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In Spain fuchsia is called "pendentes de la reina" (queen's earrings): wonderful name, isn't it?
And if The Drama demands a scene in which a wincing Vatican lackey examines the pope's genitals "habet duos testiculos et bene pendentes", or a bit in which Cesare paws silently at Lucrezia's chin on a lawn while she pouts and makes dolphin noises at his beard, then so be it.
The tradition became that when a new pope was elected, he had to sit on the chair and a cardinal would manually examine his testicles and say, "Testiculos habet et bene pendentes" meaning "He has testicles and they hang well."
Quin etiam nodurna tibi, terreftria quae funt, 7.9f Lumina, pendentes Lychni, claraeque corufcis Fulguribus, pingues multa caligine Tedae,
46 E poreis estes pendentes, em cada orelha seu, isso si, que as pessoas diligentes sam prudentes: agora vos digo eu que you contente daqui.