Amyss
Amyss \Am"yss\ ([a^]m"[i^]s), n. Same as {Amice}, a hood or cape. [1913 Webster]

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  • Amice — Am ice, n. [OE. amuce, amisse, OF. almuce, aumuce, F. aumusse, LL. almucium, almucia, aumucia: of unknown origin; cf. G. m[ u]tze cap, prob. of the same origin. Cf. {Mozetta}.] (Eccl.) A hood, or cape with a hood, made of lined with gray fur,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Alfred Milnes — (May 28, 1844 January 15, 1916) was a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan.Early lifeMilnes was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England. His parents, Henry and Mary Ann (née Amyss) Milnes joined the Mormon Church and left England with their… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Spencer Cobbold — est un médecin et un parasitologiste britannique, né le 28 mai 1828 à Ipswich et mort le 20 mars 1886 à Londres. Il est le fils du révérend Richard Cobbold. En 1844, il entre en apprentissage auprès d’un chirurgien de Norwich… …   Wikipédia en Français

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