a spear having a long, narrow iron shaft and a small, usually barbed tip, associated mainly with Frankish and Saxon grave finds of the 5th through 8th centuries a.d.
extreme distress or mental anguish, usually of physical origin. . Contemporary Examples Siem Reap, Cambodia, is a fairly wild city best known as the gateway to angor Wat. Fresh Picks Steven Raichlen June 29, 2009 Historical Examples But angor meant not only quinsy or compression of the neck: it assumed a moral import, and signifies […]
noun any tree of the genus Angophora, related to the eucalyptus and native to E Australia Historical Examples The large-seeded angophora mentioned by me before, also grew in this district. Voyage Of H.M.S. Rattlesnake, Vol. 2 (of 2) John MacGillivray
. (often lowercase). Also, Angora wool. the hair of the or of the . (often lowercase) yarn, fabric, or a garment made from this hair. . . . (usually lowercase) made from a yarn or fabric of the hairs of the or : an angora sweater. Historical Examples Our cabin was built as a shelter […]
- Angora cat
a long-haired variety of the domestic cat, raised originally in Angora, having a long body, pointed head, and bushy tail. Historical Examples It was much nicer upstairs in the nursery with Mimi, the Angora cat. Life and Death of Harriett Frean May Sinclair Ask the Contessa if I have not achieved a beau succes with […]