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A Vagabond appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

  • To lag at an odema, a lass in a diadem and a hobo had no bag; a vagabond a hobo had named Aidan is salaamed on a tag a lot.
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A Vagabond is a fictional character from the 1912 film Captain Barnacle's Waif.


"A Vagabond" is a film, directed by Lee Gang-Cheon.

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Google previewGiambattista Vico (2016)

Keys to the "New Science" by Thora llin Bayer, Donald Phillip Verene

A vagabond is a fugitive; “a vagabond shalt thou be in the earth” (Gen. 4:12). Vico may be playing on this sense of erro, intending it to mean someone whose character is like that of a wanderer or vagabond. Error, “a wandering about,” in its ...

Google previewDiamond Pocket English Dictionary

by Dr. Baljit Singh

idle wandering; condition of a vagabond. vagsry n. caprice, freak; whim vagina [pl -r -ae) n. iemale genital passage; ...

Google previewEtymologicon universale; or, Universal etymological dictionary: on a new plan (1822)

by Walter Whiter

An idle, lazy, indolent, " slothful fellow, a vagabond, vagrant, poltroon,'' as Mr. Richardson explains it. — Error, (Lat.) "A wanderer, a loiterer, a stroller, " a vagrant, a vagabond, a starter aside, a straggler, a land leaper, " a gadder, a fugitive," as ...

Google previewA dictionary of the English language ... Abstracted from the folio edition ... To this edition are added, a History of the English language, the author's preface to the folio, and a considerable number of words, none of which are contained in the London octavo. The second edition, carefully revised (1764)

A wandering beggar ; a vagrant ; a vagabond. Bacon . 2. A knave ; a dishonest fellow ; a villain ; a thief. South. 3. A name of flight tenderness and endearment. Shak. 4. A wag. To ROGUE. v. n. [from the noun.] 1.

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with Regard to Sound and Meaning (1790)

by Thomas Sheridan

A vagabond; a knave, a villain, a thief; a name of flight tenderness and endearment; a wag. - To ROGUE, rö'g. v. n. To wander, to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks. ROGUERY, rög-ér-y. s. Knavish tricks; waggery, arch tricks.

Google previewA new Dictionary of the English Language. ... To which is prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar (1773)

by William KENRICK (LL.D.)

A wandering beggar; a vagrant; a vagabond.—A knave ; a dishonest fellow ; a villain; a thief.-A name of slight tenderness and endearment.—A wag. To Rogue. v. m. [from the noun..] To wander; to play the vagabond-To play knavish tricks.

Google previewThe Synonymous, Etymological, and Pronouncing English Dictionary (1805)

In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, Their Part of Speech Pointed Out, and Their Synonyms Collected, which are Occasionally Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers by William Perry (lecturer in the Academy at Edinburgh.), William Perry (of Kelso, Scotland.), Samuel Johnson

a wandering beggar, a vagrant, a vagabond {H.uon) \ a knave, a dishonest fellow , ...

Google previewA Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language... (1803)

To which are Prefixed, Principles of English Pronunciation... by John Walker

A vagabond; a knave, a villain, a thics; a name of slight tenderness and endearment; a wag. To Rogu F, rög. v. n. To wander, to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks. - Rogu ERY, rö'gūr-e. s. (98). Knavish tricks; waggery, arch tricks.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

Shak-A vagabond debtor. Ayliffo.— 2. Wandering; vagrant.-Like to a vagabond flag upon the stream.

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