Norweyan
Norweyan Nor*we"yan, a. Norwegian. [Obs.] --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • Norweyan — / wāˈən/ adjective (Shakespeare) Norwegian • • • Main Entry: ↑Norwegian …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Sky — (sk[imac]), n.; pl. {Skies} (sk[imac]z). [OE. skie a cloud, Icel. sk[=y]; akin to Sw. & Dan. sky; cf. AS. sc[=u]a, sc[=u]wa, shadow, Icel. skuggi; probably from the same root as E. scum. [root]158. See {Scum}, and cf. {Hide} skin, {Obscure}.] 1.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sky blue — Sky Sky (sk[imac]), n.; pl. {Skies} (sk[imac]z). [OE. skie a cloud, Icel. sk[=y]; akin to Sw. & Dan. sky; cf. AS. sc[=u]a, sc[=u]wa, shadow, Icel. skuggi; probably from the same root as E. scum. [root]158. See {Scum}, and cf. {Hide} skin,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sky scraper — Sky Sky (sk[imac]), n.; pl. {Skies} (sk[imac]z). [OE. skie a cloud, Icel. sk[=y]; akin to Sw. & Dan. sky; cf. AS. sc[=u]a, sc[=u]wa, shadow, Icel. skuggi; probably from the same root as E. scum. [root]158. See {Scum}, and cf. {Hide} skin,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Under open sky — Sky Sky (sk[imac]), n.; pl. {Skies} (sk[imac]z). [OE. skie a cloud, Icel. sk[=y]; akin to Sw. & Dan. sky; cf. AS. sc[=u]a, sc[=u]wa, shadow, Icel. skuggi; probably from the same root as E. scum. [root]158. See {Scum}, and cf. {Hide} skin,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Kern (soldier) — A Kern was a Gaelic soldier, specifically a light infantryman during the Middle Ages. Linguistic rootsThe term is from the word Middle Irish word Ceithern or Ceitherne , exists earlier as Ceithernn , and designated levied warbands used in Gaelic… …   Wikipedia

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