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Definition of the noun Abaisance
What does Abaisance mean as a name of something?
- [obsolete, rare] Obeisance.
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
ABAISANCE, n. /. [from the Fr. abaise, to depress, to bring down,] an act of reverence, a bow. Obeysance is considered by Skinner as a corruption of Abaisance, but is now universally used. To ABAISE, to humble one's self. ABAISEMENT ...
Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference
ABAISANCE. m. s. [from the Fr. abaiser, to depress, to bring down, j an act of reverence, a bow. Obeysance is considered by Skinner as a corruption of Abaisance, but is now universally used. To ABAISE, to humble one's self. AbAISEMENT ...
by Robert Hunter, John Alfred Williams, Sidney John Hervon Herrtage
abaisance 17 abastardize % Wedgwood considers that signification No. 7 is tho primary one. *a-ban'-d6n, 0. [Abandon, v. t.] 1. A relinquishment. "These heavy exactions occasioned an abandon of oil wares but what ore of the richer sort.
An Exhaustive Dictionary of the English Language : Practical and Comprehensive : Giving the Fullest Definition (encyclopedic in Detail), the Origin, Pronunciation and Use of Words by Robert Hunter, Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford
abaisance the keel, and th - - - lirected. e point to which the stern is "Sometimes contracted into aft, as in the...
Being a Philosophical Classification of All the Homophonic Words of the English Language : Containing Also Separate Classifications of Geographical, Mythological, Biographical, Scientific, and Technical Homophonic Words, to be Used in the Application of the Phreno-mnemotechnic Principles by Francis Fauvel-Gouraud
9020—Absence, biasness, business, baseness, poisonous, absonous, obeseness, abaisance, absence. * 9021—Abscind, posnet, poisoned, basanite, basined, basenet, besnowed, obscenity, besaint, bezant, peasant, absent, byzant .
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
ABAISANCE, n.s. [from the Fr. abaiser, to depress, to bring down,] an act of reverence, a bow. Obeysance is considered by Skinner as a corruption of Abaisance, but is now universally used. To ABAISE, to humble one's self. ABAISEMENT ...
abaisance the keel, and the point to which the stern is directed. *" Sometimes contracted into aft, as in the expression "fore and aft." [Aft, After.] "a bais ance, a. [ Fr. abaisser= to express.] [OBEISANCE.] "To make a low abaisancr.'*— Skinner: ...
An English and Oordoo School Dictionary, in Roman Characters: with the Accentuation of the Oordoo Words Calculated to Facilitate Their Pronunciation by Europeans (1841)
by Joseph T. Thompson
péechheh Abaisance, s. sulám, kóornish Abándon, v. chhor déna, turk kärna, tiyágna, tújna Abándoned, a. chhára hôoa, turk kéeya gya; (wicked) khwar, khústa Abáse, v. zuléel k. pust k. Abásed, pa. khuféef ...
for the use of schools, foreigners, etc. on the plan of Sheridan by Stephen Jones, Thomas Sheridan
Abaisance, A-Ua-Silns, s. A congee j a bowing of the body. Abalienate, ab-al-y£n -ate,u.a. Ta make over one's own property to another. Abalienation, ib-al-ye-na' shun, s. The act of transferring oné man's property to another. Abandon ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3A1I1S1A1N1C3E1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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