(Irish) a variant spelling of báinín
Little clothes he had on, but on his head a quarter cap, and a sort of a bawneen about him.
Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland, Second Series Lady Gregory
Peter Joyce was perfectly content to wear a “bawneen” of homemade flannel and a pair of ragged trousers.
Our Casualty And Other Stories James Owen Hannay, AKA George A. Birmingham
bawneen; a loose whitish jacket of home-made undyed flannel worn by men at out-door work.
English As We Speak It in Ireland P. W. Joyce
Sir Arnold Edward Trevor, 1883–1953, English composer. Historical Examples But Mackay was all for pushing forward, and Captain Bax was no less eager. The Black-Bearded Barbarian (George Leslie Mackay) Mary Esther Miller MacGregor, AKA Marion Keith The following morning it was delivered to Hasluck by Bax, the porter. The Hero of Garside School J. Harwood […]
the horizontal crystallographic axis that is in a right-left position.
Richard, 1615–91, English Puritan preacher, scholar, and writer. a male given name. Contemporary Examples With the publication of The Apartment in November, however, Baxter can finally drop the “failed” from his moniker. This Week’s Hot Reads: Nov. 25, 2013 Thomas Flynn November 24, 2013 On the other hand, the moral and publicity victory may yet […]
a body of water forming an indentation of the shoreline, larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf. South Atlantic States. an arm of a swamp. a recess of land, partly surrounded by hills. an arm of a prairie or swamp, extending into woods and partly surrounded by them. Architecture. any of a number […]