(NZ) an exclamation of pain, distress, or astonishment
Whenever the kaolin of aue was discovered, Bttcher, on his first attempt, succeeded in making natural porcelain.
The Ceramic Art Jennie J. Young
Before this tyme I was callyd quene of heuen, lady of the world, but now any man wyll skarsly say aue Maria or hayle Mary.
The Pilgrimage of Pure Devotion Desiderius Erasmus
They beat their breasts, cut themselves with shells, crying loudly, aue!
White Shadows in the South Seas Frederick O’Brien
In 1709 he produced his true hard porcelain from natural earth obtained from aue, near Schneeberg.
Chats on Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Arthur Hayden
Also yet by thys tale they that be vnlearnyd in the laten tonge may know the sestence of the aue Maria.
Shakespeare Jest-Books; Unknown
They responded with a will, and then, as a second rocket shot upward, a deep “aue!”
John Frewen, South Sea Whaler Louis Becke
The words were—’aue Maria, gratia plena; Dominus tecum; benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus uentris tui.
Chaucer’s Works, Volume 5 (of 7) — Notes to the Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer
He reports that the aue platts & Kootanies in that quarter are also employed hunting beaver.
The Washington Historical Quarterly, Volume V, 1914 Various
Because they say, aue Csar, therefore they meane nothing against Csar.
Elizabethan and Jacobean Pamphlets Various
Leopold [lee-uh-pohld;; Hungarian ley-aw-pawlt] /ˈli əˌpoʊld;; Hungarian ˈleɪ ɔˌpɔlt/ (Show IPA), 1845–1930, Hungarian violinist and teacher. Historical Examples Auer himself has assured me that I have a trill that runs on and on without a sign of fatigue or uncertainty. Violin Mastery Frederick H. Martens The observations of Auer and Meltzer7 are of interest in […]
- Auer body
auer body Auer body Au·er body (ou’ər) n. A rod-shaped structure of uncertain nature in the cytoplasm of immature myeloid cells, especially myeloblasts, in cases of acute myelocytic leukemia. Also called Auer rod.
abbreviation (in Britain) Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers
- Audit trail
Accounting. the process or an instance of cross-referring each bookkeeping entry to its source in order to facilitate checking its accuracy. Computers. a track of a particular item of output data back through the processing steps that produced it to the corresponding input data. Contemporary Examples Any financial transaction would also most likely have left […]