Verberate
Verberate \Ver"ber*ate\, v. t. [L. verberatus, p. p. of verberare to beat, from verber a lash, a whip.] To beat; to strike. [Obs.] ``The sound . . . rebounds again and verberates the skies.'' --Mir. for Mag. [1913 Webster]

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  • verberate — ver·ber·ate …   English syllables

  • verberate — ˈvərbəˌrāt transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Latin verberatus, past participle of verberare to lash, whip, beat more at reverberate : beat, strike …   Useful english dictionary

  • Diverberate — Di*ver ber*ate, v. t. [L. diverberatus, p. p. of diverberare to strike asunder; di = dis + verberare. See {Verberate}.] To strike or sound through. [R.] Davies (Holy Roode). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • MALA Mansio — quod poenae genus fuerit, apud Romanos, in incerto est. Quidam hâc voce intelligi volunt foveam profundam, in modum putei efformatam; Sed Puteum, proprium supplicii genus, furacibus coquis destinatum fuisse, patet ex Plauto, Aulul. Actu. 2. Sc. 5 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • PUTEUS — apud Scotos ad supplicia usurpatus, quibus mares furcâ suspendere, feminas puteo immergere mos; Unde ius furcarum et putei. Idem de veteribus Germanistradit Cornel. Tacitus de German. morib. Apud Plautum, poena fuit furacium coquorum, uti… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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