more suo
foreign term Etymology: Latin in his (or her) own manner

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  • more suo — /sūˈ or sooˈō/ In his or her own way, in characteristic fashion • • • Main Entry: ↑more …   Useful english dictionary

  • more —   adv. in the manner or style .    ♦ more suo, in his own manner or fashion …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • šuo — šuõ sm. (4), šuõj (4) LKKII217(Lz), LKAII83(Str, Trak, Onš), Pns, šuõn (4), šuvà (4) Rtr, NdŽ, LKAII83, LzŽ, Sn, Bn, Mšg; I, Tat, G115, RtŽ; gen. sing. šuñs KBII111, K, Š; R, MŽ, šuniẽs KBII111; SD1122, H, šunès, šùnio; nom. du. šunù;… …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • COLLO suo — usque ad mercatum, malefactorem, quem quis occuluerit, deportandi ritus, occurrit in Capitulari de Militar. Palat. edit. Baluzianae, c. 3. At brachiô et per comam capitis sui, in dominium alterius transibat mediô aevô, qui ei aliquid suffuratus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • In suo quisque negotio hebetior est quam in alieno — Everyone is more stupid in his own business than in that of another …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • CAPILLOS radendi — apud Veteres non una itidem ratio, nec unus finis. In luctu, vel religionis ergo aut in poenam, radi consuevisle diximus, dicemusque passim. Alias non pauci communiter caput radebant: sed hîc iterum tonsurae modi varii. Stoici totô capite, atque… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • The Celtic Rite —     The Celtic Rite     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Celtic Rite     This subject will be treated under the following seven heads:     I. History and Origin; II. Manuscript Sources; III. The Divine Office; IV. The Mass; V. the Baptismal Service; …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Celtic Rite — The term Celtic Rite is generally, but rather indefinitely, applied to the various rites used in Great Britain, Ireland, perhaps in Brittany, and sporadically in Northern Iberia, and in the monasteries which resulted from the Irish missions of St …   Wikipedia

  • Habit — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Habit >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 habit habit habitude Sgm: N 1 assuetude| assuetude| assuefaction| wont Sgm: N 1 run run way GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 common state of things …   English dictionary for students

  • GALLI — I. GALLI gens Europae nobilis. Hos auctores quidam fabulosi Gomeritas, a Gomero Iapeti fil. vocatos olim asteruêrunt: Alii Aborigines fuisse, et a Galata Herculis fil. dictos, contendunt, inter quos, Diod. est Sic. Amm. Marcell. l. 15. c. 9.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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