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Illustrations of English Philology ... Consisting of I. A critical examination of Dr. Johnson's Dictionary. II. Remarks on Mr. D. Stewart's essay “On the tendency of some late philological speculations.” To which is now added, An Advertisement; containing extracts from the English Lexicon, publishing in the Encyclopædia Metropolitana, and from the English Dictionary of Dr. Johnson (1826)
by Charles RICHARDSON (LL.D.)
verbo Trimman, jEdificare, confirmare.” ' Johnson adopts Skinner's Iletpymmeb ...
Lexicon Encyclion... (1745)
by Johann A Weber
bieSrettnbfctiafft, ftabiliraccm amicicix confirmare.
Encyclopaedia metropolitana (1845)
or Universal dictionary of knowledge ... comprising the twofoldadvantage of a philosophical and an alphabetical arrangement, with appropriate engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
confirmare ; Lat. confirmare. Firmus, hoc est, stabilis, constans, ...
The Encyclopedia of Sunday Schools and Religious Education (1915)
Giving a World-wide View of the History and Progress of the Sunday School and the Development of Religious Education... by John Thomas McFarland, Benjamin Severance Winchester
It is derived from the Latin confirmare, to establish. Its primary reference is to the strengthening or confirming of character through the gift of the Holy Spirit, this being the point of emphasis wherever confirmation is regarded as a sacrament.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1853)
Nec vero quis- quam magis confirmare mihi videtur non modo fatum, verum etiam necessitatem et vim omnium rerum, sustulisseque motus animi voluntaries, quam hie qui aliter obsistere fato fatetur se non potuisse nisi ad .has commenticias ...
Harpocrationis Lexicon in decem oratores Atticos
by Valerius Harpocration
et argumenta haec confirmare ac stabilire validissisos mis aliis rationibus coner. quare bsec sutiicisnt ad refutationem notæ obscuri interpretisl quse ne quidem nota esse debuisset. nec titivillitio emi. quaeremus num quis ...
An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1818)
by John Jamieson
6e- bref-wa, literis confirmare. L. B. brev- ìare, in breves redigere. BREIRD, s. The surface, the uppermost part, the top of any thing, as of liquids. MelnU's MS. Evidently the same with Brerd, q. v. BREITH, adj. Proceeding from fervour of mind .
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1824)
Supplement to the 4th, 5th, and 6th editions ... With preliminary dissertations on the history of the sciences ...
Nec vero quisquam magis confirmare mihi videtur non modo fatum, verum etiam necessitatem et vim omnium rerum, sustulisseque motus animi voluntaries quam hie qui aliter obsistere fato fatetur 6enon potuisse nisi ad has commenticias ...
An etmological dictionary of the scottish language (1818)
by John Jamieson
be- bref-wa, Uteris confirmare. L. B. brev- iare, in breves redigere. BREIRD, s. The surface, the uppermost part, the top of any thing, as of liquids. Melvill's MS. Evidently the same with Brerd, q. v. BREITH, adj. Proceeding from fervour of mind .
A Basic Church Dictionary (2001)
Confirmation (Latin - confirmare - to make firm) Confirmation is the rite by which a person, having been baptised* and made the baptismal vows, receives, through the laying on of the bishop's* hands, the particular grace* of the Holy Spirit* ...
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