The said Johnne Leslye, (according to his formar vowes,) strook him first anes or twyse, and so did the said Petir.
The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6) John Knox
Twa heads are better than ane, though they’re but sheep’s anes.
The Proverbs of Scotland Alexander Hislop
It’s no the same to him as to the like o’ us, that can sleep ony gate an anes our wames are fu’.
The Antiquary, Complete Sir Walter Scott
anes gehwilces geleaffulles mannes md is Godes hs, swa swa se apostol cw, “Godes tempel is halig, t ge sind.”
The Homilies of the Anglo-Saxon Church lfric
Originally for then anes, for the once; where then is the dat.
Chaucer’s Works, Volume 6 (of 7) — Introduction, Glossary, and Indexes Geoffrey Chaucer
God bless you, Mr MLevy; yeve saved mony a anes property, and yere sent here this night to save mine.
At War with Society or, Tales of the Outcasts James McLevy
The old man made no reply, but submissively walked away into the Coin & anes.
The Battle Of The Strong, Complete Gilbert Parker
And se Pater Noster he mæg anna ealla gesceafta on his thære swithran hand on anes wæxæpples onlienesse gethŷn and gewringan.
Anglo-Saxon Literature John Earle
determiner, pronoun, noun
a Scottish word for one
anesthekinesia anesthekinesia a·nes·the·ki·ne·si·a (ə-něs’thĭ-kə-nē’zē-ə, -zhə) or a·nes·the·ci·ne·si·a (-sə-nē’-) n. Combined sensory and motor paralysis.
. determiner, pronoun, noun a Scottish word for one
Medicine/Medical. general or local insensibility, as to pain and other sensation, induced by certain interventions or drugs to permit the performance of surgery or other painful procedures. Pathology. general loss of the senses of feeling, as pain, heat, cold, touch, and other less common varieties of sensation. Psychiatry. absence of sensation due to psychological processes, […]
- Anesthesia dolorosa
anesthesia dolorosa anesthesia dolorosa anesthesia do·lo·ro·sa (dō’lə-rō’sə) n. Severe spontaneous pain occurring in an anesthetic zone.