What is Your Name?: A Popular Account of the Meanings and Derivations of Christian Names
R. Bentley, 1863 - 313페이지
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270 페이지 - They answered and said unto him, Art thou also of Galilee? Search, and look : for out of Galilee ariseth no prophet.
81 페이지 - Henry I wished to marry his natural son Robert to Mabel, one of the heiresses of Fitz-Hamon. The lady demurred : "It were to me a great shame To have a lord withouten his twa name.
221 페이지 - And God said unto Moses, I AM THE I AM Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you ! ' " It has been observed that the great epochs of the history of the Chosen People are marked by the several names, by which in each the Divine Nature is indicated. In the patriarchal age we have already seen that the oldest Hebrew form by which the most general idea of Divinity is expressed is ' El-Elohim," 'The Strong One,' 'The Strong Ones,
179 페이지 - ... wonderfully varying names everywhere ; but let us now turn to one of the pretty Cornish holy wells. It is on the Trelawney property. Its arched roof is overgrown with silvery willows. It is overspread by a huge oak-tree garlanded with ivy. It is known as St. Nun's Well. Her legend is still preserved. She is said to have been the daughter of an Earl of Cornwall, and mother of St. David, the famous Archbishop of Menevia (now called St. David's), the patron saint of Wales. The waters of this holy...
201 페이지 - But I was first of all the kings who drew The knighthood- errant of this realm and all The realms together under me, their Head, In that fair Order of my Table Round, A glorious company, the flower of men, To serve as model for the mighty world, And be the fair beginning of a time.
273 페이지 - ... the earth is bright of hue, neither cold nor heat oppresses the lovely land, spring abides there * Four lines, quoted by Sir J. Malcolm from the Gulistan of Saadi, may be thus literally rendered in the measure of the original : — The blest Feridoon an angel was not ; Of musk or of amber he formed was not ; By justice and mercy good ends gained he ; Be just and merciful, thou 'It a Feridoon be.
232 페이지 - The thrilling story is well known how the brave men whom the gallant Breton had so often led to victory would never part with their dead hero's name. Still day by day at the head of the regimental roll it is called aloud ; the generation that loved him have passed away, but their sons and their sons' sons still ever and always hear the idolised name — Corret Latour d'Auvergne ; still first of the brave band is summoned, and ever and always a soldier steps forth from the ranks to reply, ' Dead on...
13 페이지 - In days of chivalry — ay, farther back, before the word chivalry was known — the name of a hero was ever as a standard to which all men flocked, and where its loved sound floated in the air there was victory ! Drawn by its potent spell, as if inspired, men pressed forward to the thickest of the fight, where like a trumpet-call rang out on high, above the clash of spears and the hurtling of arrows, the NAMES of the leaders they loved best—' A Talbot ! ' ' A Percy ! ' or the joint names of king,...
233 페이지 - For every word men may not chide or pleine For in this world certain ne wight ther is That he ne doth or sayth sometime amis.
70 페이지 - Th' unwearied Sun, from day to day, Does his Creator's praise display, And publishes to every land The work of an Almighty hand. Soon as the evening shades prevail, The Moon takes up the wondrous tale, And nightly, to the listening Earth, Repeats the story of her birth : While all the, stars that round her burn, And all the planets in their turn, Confirm the tidings as...