a knight-errant, model of the chivalric hero.
Further indeed it was impossible to go than did mediaeval idealism in the amadises.
Euphorion Vernon Lee
In heavens name, have we gone back to the time of the Renauds and the amadises?
The White House (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XII) Charles Paul de Kock
Jorge [Portuguese zhawr-zhuh] /Portuguese ˈʒɔr ʒə/ (Show IPA), 1912–2001, Brazilian novelist. Contemporary Examples They were married the next year at an organic farm in Amado, Arizona. Gabrielle Giffords’ Marriage to Astronaut Mark E. Kelly Sandra McElwaine January 8, 2011 We began the conversation as Amado had suggested, talking about Africa in general and Sudan in […]
plural noun (South African) grown men Historical Examples On that other lavatory you see written ‘amadoda’ (men), and this is meant for black men. The Journal of Negro History, Volume 6, 1921 Various For the rest, amadoda, the house is very near and contains that which is good to eat and drink. The White Hand […]
- Amador guerrero
a spongy substance prepared from fungi, Polyporus (Fomes) fomentarius and allied species, growing on trees, used as tinder and in surgery. Contemporary Examples The driver, amadou Diallo, was a courtly African immigrant who made it a point to wear a tie as he worked. The Mad Shooter of Paris Is a ‘Natural Born Killer’ Christopher […]