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The corresponding name Arinfast (aro, arin, eagle) was also in ancient use among the Danes.
Surnames as a Science Robert Ferguson
Jameson, a rich member of the aro Club, who thinks of buying the Hawk.
Motor Matt’s Hard Luck Stanley R. Matthews
In the Latin we see both forms preserved, the one in aro to plough, the other in sero to sow.
Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, Vol. 1 of 3 W. E. Gladstone
A shelf held a good collection of books on aro and wireless subjects, and at one side of the door was a blue-flame kerosene stove.
The Boy Aviators’ Flight for a Fortune Wilbur Lawton
aroer ruins. (1.) A town on the north bank of the Arnon (Deut. 4:48; Judg. 11:26; 2 Kings 10:33), the southern boundary of the kingdom of Sihon (Josh. 12:2). It is now called Arair, 13 miles west of the Dead Sea. (2.) One of the towns built by the tribe of Gad (Num. 32:34) “before […]
. any plant of the arum family. Historical Examples We meet with organism of the form in the family of the Araceæ, or aroid plants. Scientific American Supplement, No. 460, October 25, 1884 Various The hoactzin, Opisthocomus, feeds to a great extent upon the leaves of the aroid Montrichardia or Caladium arborescens. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th […]
noun (NZ) love, compassion, or affectionate regard Historical Examples This placed in due order, is “I ora ai tatou, he aroha no te Atua,” we having been saved was a love of God. Grammar of the New Zealand language (2nd edition) Robert Maunsell The people came streaming from all sides, shouting “aroha maita!” A New […]
begone: Aroint thee, varlet! Historical Examples You shall not make a poetry cocktail out of Tennyson and Coleridge, and jam it down my throat; or I’ll aroint myself. The Clarion Samuel Hopkins Adams It has been suggested that the singular expression, “aroint, thee, witch!” Trees. A Woodland Notebook Herbert Maxwell Since ‘aroint thee, witch,’ is […]