a furred hood or hooded cape with long ends hanging down in front, formerly worn by the clergy.
over that again is a tippet, a development of the almuce, or worn over it.
the customs of old england f. j. snell
he is also in ecclesiastical costume in processional vestments, without the cope exposing the almuce.
a short account of king’s college chapel walter poole littlechild
the ends of the almuce can be seen in the opening of the cope, and its hood hangs over the shoulders.
bell’s cathedrals: the cathedral church of wells percy dearmer
a fur-lined hood or cape formerly worn by members of certain religious orders, more recently by canons of france
a tree, possibly the red sandalwood. i kings 10:12. historical examples and the navy also of hiram, that brought gold from ophir, brought in from ophir great plenty of almug trees and precious stones. the bible story rev. newton marshall hall she has not come to prove him with hard questions, but to repose under […]
a permanent-magnet alloy having , , and as its princ-p-l ingredients. historical examples you can establish a psi field in a suitable material, just as you can establish a magnetic field in steel or alnico. the ambulance made two trips william fitzgerald jenkins noun trademark an alloy of aluminium, nickel, cobalt, iron, and copper, used […]
ephialtes and otus, the sons of poseidon and iphimedia, raised by aloeus.
noun any of various tropical plants of the genus alocasia see aroid historical examples edible but itchy root, grown as ornamental and wild: alocasia macrorrhiza. a dictionary of cebuano visayan john u. wolff the alae replied: “it is in the leaf of the a-pe plant” (alocasia macrorrhiza). hawaiian folk tales various a new plant, modelled […]
. land owned absolutely; land owned and not subject to any rent, service, or other tenurial right of an overlord. historical examples a yet more interesting and equally foreign word is not unfrequently used, namely, alodium. domesday book and beyond frederic william maitland the suggestion has been made that alodium represents book-land; see pollock, land […]