Definitions

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  • noun the cardinal number that is the sum of fourteen and one
  • adjective being one more than fourteen

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The only foundation for such an idea to found in the Bible is contained in the head note to Mark xv, which is quite unwarranted by the text.

    The Dor�� Gallery of Bible Illustrations

  • (Elucidations, 143, quoted by Driver, "Treatise on the Use of Tenses in Hebrew", xv.)

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • The only foundation for such an idea to found in the Bible is contained in the head note to Mark xv, which is quite unwarranted by the text.

    The Doré Gallery of Bible Illustrations, Complete

  • The only foundation for such an idea to found in the Bible is contained in the head note to Mark xv, which is quite unwarranted by the text.

    The Doré Gallery of Bible Illustrations, Volume 8

  • Catalan has mr, moltes rialles, for “lots of laughs”; French, mdr for mort de rire, “dying of laughter.”xv But in these and many other electronically alive languages including Korean, Russian, and Hindi, lol is often preferred by younger interlocutors.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Perhaps.xv In the American spirit of inclusiveness, lots of alternative ancestors for okay have been proposed since Mencken offered eleven potential etymologies for O.K. in 1919.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Catalan has mr, moltes rialles, for “lots of laughs”; French, mdr for mort de rire, “dying of laughter.”xv But in these and many other electronically alive languages including Korean, Russian, and Hindi, lol is often preferred by younger interlocutors.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Rather, that of the appearance of cookies, since the first recorded mention of the “little cake” refers to no fewer than eight hundred of them provisioned along with rum and beer for a funeral.xv At this debut, they are spelled cockies.1 And the rest is history.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Rather, that of the appearance of cookies, since the first recorded mention of the “little cake” refers to no fewer than eight hundred of them provisioned along with rum and beer for a funeral.xv At this debut, they are spelled cockies.1 And the rest is history.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Perhaps.xv In the American spirit of inclusiveness, lots of alternative ancestors for okay have been proposed since Mencken offered eleven potential etymologies for O.K. in 1919.

    The English Is Coming!

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