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Definition of the verb Threpe
What does Threpe mean as a doing word?
- [obsolete] to threap
- [archaic] to call, to term
- [archaic] to insist
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by John Jamieson
THREPE. THREEPLE, adj. Triple, Aberd. This must be a corr. either of the E. word, or of A.S. thriq/'eald, triplex. THREEPTREE,s. The beam ofa plough, Clydes .
by John Jamieson
To THREPE, v. n. To aver with pertinacity, in reply to denial, S. Douglas. A. S. threap-ian, redarguere. ,• Threpe, Threaf, s. A pertinacious affirmation, S. Ross. THRESUM, adj.
by Smith Timothy
thral slave, servant thraldom slavery, servitude travelous burdensome thre three threpe assert, affirm positively thridde third thrift prosperity, welfare thrifty suitable, serviceable, proper thriftily carefully, properly throng thrust throop village ...
A Dictionary of the Scottish Language, comprehending all the words in common use in the writings of Scott, Burns, Wilson, Ramsay, and other popular Scottish authors (1845)
To THREPE, v. n. 1. To aver pertinaciously. 2. To argue, to persist. THRESUM, adj. Three together.
An English expositour, or Compleat dictionary: teaching the interpretation of the hardest words, and most usefull terms of art used in our language. First set forth by J. B. Dr of Physick ... And now the sixth time revised, corrected, and very much augmented ... By a lover of the arts. The author named in the preface as John Bulloker (1684)
Threpe. It fignifieh to rm, . . . Thummin. n . Hebrew word fignifying perfestion: See urin. - Thyrfè., A certain truncheon encircled with Ivy 2 born by women anciently a : the feast of Baechus. , : tiara. A rich cap orba: of filk used by Kings and Prifts of ...
An English Dictionary, etc (1717)
by Elisha COLES (Lexicographer.)
Threpe, fa. пат—д; emß ат], ‚ elfo to oel, rebuke, wrdn le and шарф” or heap, о. Thrillcd, e orfour html d TC J'. v roppolc, Y. to ßrangle ...
An English dictionary, 1676 (1692)
by Elisha COLES (Lexicographer)
Comprehending the Derivations of the Generality of Words in the English Tongue ... : and Also a Brief and Clear Explication of All Difficult Words ... : Together with a Large Collection and Explication of Words and Phrases Used in Our Ancient Statutes, Charters, Writs ... and the Etymology, and Interpretation of the Proper Names of Men, Women, and Remarkable Places in Great Britain ... : Also a Collection of Our Most Common Proverbs, with Their Explication and Illustration ... by Nathan Bailey
To THREPE [thneaplan, Sax J to affirm, to blame. Chauc. To THRESH [thnercan, Sax, treschen, Tout ...
A Pentaglot Dictionary (1845)
by Shirley Palmer
The nerer age sup ' b the neumo-gastric, an t e threpe divisn'ons ofp the ccelmc plexus.
The New World of English Words: Or A General Dictionary ... Collected and Published by E. P. [The Dedication Signed: Edw. Phillips.] (1663)
Tố Threpe, (Sax.) to affirm. Thrilled, or Thirled, (Sax.) killed. Thridhoroughs, or Thirdborough, a word used in fome old Asts for a Head-borough, or Constable. - - |Throb, (Sax.) the vehement beating, or panting of the heart; Thrones, see Angel.
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Anagrams of THREPE
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- THE REP
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