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Tabarre is a commune in the Port-au-Prince Arrondissement, in the Ouest Department of Haiti.
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by Michael R. Hall
Cornillion, Croix-des-Bouquets, Fonds-Verrettes, Ganthier, Thomazeau, Anse- aGalets, Pointe-a-Raquette, Grand Goave, Léogane, Petit-Goave, Carrefour, Delmas, Gressier, Kenscoff, Pétionville, Tabarre, Cite Soleil, and Port-auPrince).
by William Toone
tabarre), a jacket or sleeveless coat, formerly worn 428 A GLOSSARIAL AND.
tabarre, Sp. tabardo, a wide.
A Dictionary of the English Language; in which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals; and Illustrated in Their Different Significations ... Together with a History of the Language, and an English Grammar. By Samuel Johnson ... Whith Numerous Corrections, and with the Addition of Several Thousand Words ... by the Rev. H.J. Todd ... In Four Volumes. Vol. 1. [-4.] (1818)
[tabarre, Fr. tabar, Welsh; tabardum, low Lat.] A short gown; a herald's coat: sometimes written, incorrectly, taberd. The tabard [was] a jaquet or slevelesse coat, worne in times past by noblemen in the warres, but now onely by heraults.
by Anthony Lawson Mayhew, Walter William Skeat
tabard, tabart, also tabarre (Cotg.); cp. It, tabarro. Tabarder, sb, a name for scholars at Queen's College, Oxford, ND. Tabernacle, sb, a place in which some holy thing is deposited, WA; tabernacles, pl., niches of a lofty cross, S3; ornamental ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals; and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers by Samuel Johnson
[tabarre, Fr. tabar, Welsh; tabardum, low Lat..] A short gown; a herald's coat: sometimes written, incorrectly, taberd. The tabard [was] a jaquet or slevelesse coat, worne in times past by noblemen in the warres, but now onely by heraults.
A Dictionary of the English Language ... Abridged from the Rev. H. J. Todd's ... enlarged quarto edition, by A. Chalmers (1820)
by Samuel Johnson
[tabarre, Fr. ; tabar, Welsh ; tabardum, low Lat.] A short gown ; a herald's coat : sometimes written, incorrectly, taberd. arton. TA'BARDER. n.s. One who wears a tabard, or short gown: the name is still preserved in certain bachelors of arts ...
Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers by John Jamieson
tabarre, Ital. tabarro, ...
An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations, by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers; Shewing Their Affinity to Those of Other Languages, and Especially the Northern; Explaining Many Terms, Which, Though Now Obsolete in England, Were Formerly Common to Both Countries; and Elucidating National Rites, Customs, and Institutions, in Their Analogy to Those of Other Nations: to which is Prefixed, a Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language (1808)
by John Jamieson
tabarre, Ital. tuburra, C.B. tabar, Ir. tavuirt, chlamys, a long coat, a robe. Teut. lubbaerd penula. TALBRONE, TA LBERONE, s.
Johnson's English Dictionary (1835)
by Samuel Johnson
[tabarre, Fr.;tabar,Welsh; | [[GP 559–Fâte, far, såll, ffit;-mê, mét;—plme, plm 5– To TABEFY,. the more informed speaker because the y is short in syncilus, but because we .."N, pronource it so 1,1 the Latiu word.—See Principles, No. 544.
Combining Explanation with Etymology and Illustrated by Quotations from the Best Authorities by Charles Richardson
Tabarre, along riding cloke TABARDER. or garment ...
Being a Reprint Entire of the Last Edinburgh and London Edition of Chambers's Encyclopaedia. A Library of Universal Knowledge for the People. With Very Large Additions Upon Topics of Special Interest to American Readers; and Giving American Statistics of Population Down to the Census of 1880
tabarre, from tabardum, Low Lat.), a military garment In general use in the latter half of the 15tlt and beginning of the 16th a, which sneceeded the Jupon and Cycla*. It fitted closely to the body, was opeu at the sides, had wide ...
Chambers's encyclopaedia (1869)
a dictionary of universal knowledge for the people ...
tabarre., from tabardum.
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