Old+ewe

  • 1 old ewe disease — noun : pregnancy disease …

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  • 2 Ewe drumming — refers to the drumming ensembles of the Ewe people of Ghana, Togo, and Benin. The Ewe are known for their experience in drumming throughout West Africa. The sophisticated cross rhythms and polyrhythms in Ewe drumming are similar to those in… …

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  • 3 ewe — [ju:] n [: Old English; Origin: eowu] a female sheep …

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  • 4 ewe — ► NOUN ▪ a female sheep. ORIGIN Old English …

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  • 5 Old English phonology — This article is part of a series on: Old English Dialects …

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  • 6 ewe — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ēowu; akin to Old High German ouwi ewe, Latin ovis sheep, Greek ois Date: before 12th century the female of the sheep especially when mature; also the female of various related animals …

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  • 7 ewe — /ju / (say yooh) noun a female sheep. {Middle English and Old English, distantly related to Latin ovis sheep} …

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  • 8 Anlo Ewe — ethnic group group= Ewe poptime= 2 5 million popplace=Ghana, Togo, rels=traditional beliefs, Christianity, Voodoo langs=Ewe related=The Ewe people are an African ethnic group of 2 5 million [http://www.dancedrummer.com/history.html African… …

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  • 9 Loch Ewe — Infobox lake lake name = Loch Ewe image lake = Loch Ewe.jpg caption lake = Creel boat steaming to the fishing grounds on Loch Ewe at dawn image bathymetry = caption bathymetry = location = Northwest Highlands, Scotland coords =… …

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  • 10 'Obby 'Oss festival — The Old Oss party attending the Obby Oss with dozens of accordions and drums …

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  • 11 crock — crock1 /krok/, n. 1. an earthenware pot, jar, or other container. 2. a fragment of earthenware; potsherd. [bef. 1000; ME crokke, OE croc(c), crocca pot; c. ON krukka jug] crock2 /krok/, n. 1. a person or thing that is old, decrepit, or broken… …

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  • 12 Border Leicester (sheep) — The Border Leicester (Leicester is pronounced Lester ) is an English long wool breed of sheep. They are large, robust polled sheep, with no wool on their face or legs.DescriptionThe live weight of a mature ram will be in the range of 140 175 kg… …

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  • 13 Babe (film) — Infobox Film | name = Babe caption = Theatrical release poster director = Chris Noonan producer = writer = Dick King Smith (book) George Miller Chris Noonan starring = James Cromwell Magda Szubanski Christine Cavanaugh Zoe Burton Miriam Margolyes …

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  • 14 crone — (kr[=o]n), n. [OD. kronie, karonie, an old sheep, OF. carogne, F. charogne, carrion (also F. carogne ill natured woman.). See {Carrion}, and {Crony}.] 1. An old ewe. [Obs.] Tusser. [1913 Webster] 2. An old woman; usually in contempt. [1913… …

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  • 15 crock — I. /krɒk / (say krok) noun 1. an earthen pot, jar, or other vessel. 2. a potsherd. 3. a piece of crockery (def. 2). 4. Also, crock of shit. Colloquial nonsense; rubbish. {Middle English crokke, Old English croc(c), crocca pot. Compare Icelandic… …

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  • 16 Sin-offering — A sin offering (Hebrew: hattath ) is a type of Biblical sacrifice, specifically a sacrifice made for the atonement of an unintentional sin (including unintended ritual uncleanliness). [ Jewish Encyclopedia ] Types and occasions of offeringIn… …

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  • 17 Sin offering — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism …

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  • 18 Crock — 1. nonsense, rubbish; 2. worn out, decrepit old person; a person laid up by ill health; 3. old motor car or boat (from crock old ewe , old horse ) …

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  • 19 crock — I Australian Slang 1. nonsense, rubbish; 2. worn out, decrepit old person; a person laid up by ill health; 3. old motor car or boat (from crock old ewe , old horse ) II Everyday English Slang in Ireland n bad car; crock of shite is same as ball… …

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  • 20 crock — English has two words crock. The one meaning ‘earthenware pot’ [OE] is now almost never heard on its own, except perhaps in the phrase ‘crock of gold’, but it is familiar from its derivative crockery [18]. Its immediate antecedents appear to be… …

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