portasse
Portass Por"tass, n. [OF. porte-hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse}, etc.] [Obs.] --Spenser. Camden. [1913 Webster]

By God and by this porthors I you swear. --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]


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  • portasse — 1 p.s. Impar. subj. porter …   French Morphology and Phonetics

  • portace — Portass Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Portass — Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse}, etc.]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • portesse — Portass Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • porthose — Portass Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • portise — Portass Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • portos — Portass Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • portus — Portass Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • portuse — Portass Por tass, n. [OF. porte hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously {portace}, {portasse}, {portesse}, {portise}, {porthose}, {portos}, {portus}, {portuse} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Latin conjugation — Conjugation is the creation of derived forms of a verb from its basic forms or principal parts. It may be affected by person, number, gender, tense, mood, voice or other language specific factors. When, for example, we use a verb to function as… …   Wikipedia

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