a record of events of a particular year:
an annal of the year 753.
a single record or entry in a historical chronicle:
A later scribe has added to the annal.
one of the periodic formal reports of an organization or learned field:
The proceedings will be published as an Annal of the Academy.
The first notice of London found in authentic history occurs in Tacitus, annal.
Old English Chronicles Various
The names of five hanged on the same day at Pomfret are given in annal.
The Bruce John Barbour
From the romance to the annal, the observation holds good; it is an inalienable landmark, and of inviolable unanimity.
The Round Towers of Ireland Henry O’Brien
See what Tacitus says of Nero in regard to this point, annal.
The Geography of Strabo, Volume I (of 3) Strabo
It is not in annal form; only six dates are given as headings and events are not recorded in their chronological order.
Selections from Early Middle English 1130-1250: Part II: Notes Various
There was no annal in the family letters of his name, although other rejected suitors were mentioned freely.
A Dozen Ways Of Love Lily Dougall
Dr. Grubitz has suggested this view of the annal of 755, in which there is a fight in a Saxon castle (burh).
Anglo-Saxon Literature John Earle
the recorded events of one year See also annals
rare singular of annals (q.v.).
a chronicler of events, especially yearly ones; historian. Historical Examples Such works are highly valuable, but they are so to the annalist or historian rather than the ordinary reader. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Vol 58, No. 357, July 1845 Various As the Turkish annalist says, “Torghūd had become the drawn sword of Islam.” The Story of […]
a chronicler of events, especially yearly ones; historian. Historical Examples It is from this date that our notes on the history of the Library can begin to assume an annalistic form. Annals of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, A.D. 1598-A.D. 1867 William Dunn Macray Monk as he is, William discards the older ecclesiastical models and the […]
a record of events, especially a yearly record, usually in chronological order. historical records generally: the annals of war. a periodical publication containing the formal reports of an organization or learned field. a record of events of a particular year: an annal of the year 753. a single record or entry in a historical chronicle: […]
a former kingdom and French protectorate along the E coast of French Indochina: now part of Vietnam. Historical Examples The Buddhism of Annam is often described as corrupt and decadent. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3 (of 3) Charles Eliot There are four Pangerans, Annam being the most daring of the whole. The […]