consort

  • 1Consort Fu — Grand Empress Dowager of China Reign 7 BC 2 BC Predecessor Empress Wang Zhengjun Successor Empress Dowager Bian Spouse Emperor Yuan of Han …

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  • 2consort — [ kɔ̃sɔr ] n. m. et adj. m. • consors « complice » 1392; lat. consors « qui partage le sort » 1 ♦ Au plur. Untel et consorts, et ceux qui agissent avec lui; et les gens de même espèce (souvent péj.). ♢ Dr. Plaideurs ayant un intérêt commun à un… …

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  • 3consort — CONSÓRT, consorţi, s.m. (În sintagma) Prinţ consort = soţul unei regine încoronate ca suverană. – Din fr. consort, lat. consors, tis. Trimis de Joseph, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  consórt s. m., pl. consórţi Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa:… …

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  • 4Consort — Con sort (k[o^]n s[^o]rt), n. [L. consore, sortis; con + sors lot, fate, share. See {Sort}.] 1. One who shares the lot of another; a companion; a partner; especially, a wife or husband. Milton. [1913 Webster] He single chose to live, and shunned… …

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  • 5Consort NT — Logo de Consort NT Création 1992 …

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  • 6Consort — bezeichnet im Deutschen: Consort (Musik), in der Renaissancemusik ein Ensemble aus Musikinstrumenten Consort bezeichnet im Englischen: einen Ehegatten oder Gefährten in der Form queen consort oder z. B. prince consort den Titel des Ehepartners… …

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  • 7CONSORT — is the name of the combined integrated library system shared by the CONSORT Colleges. The system runs on the Millennium software product developed by Innovative Interfaces, Inc. CONSORT has been a member of OhioLINK since 1996. External links*… …

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  • 8Consort —   [ kɔnsɔːt; englisch, wahrscheinlich von lateinisch consortium »Gemeinschaft«] das, (s)/ s, Bezeichnung für ein zumeist aus vier bis sechs Instrumentalisten bestehendes Kammermusikensemble in der englischen Musik des ausgehenden 16. und des 17.… …

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  • 9Consort — Con*sort , v. t. 1. To unite or join, as in affection, harmony, company, marriage, etc.; to associate. [1913 Webster] He with his consorted Eve. Milton. [1913 Webster] For all that pleasing is to living ears Was there consorted in one harmony.… …

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  • 10consort — [n] associate, partner accompaniment, companion, concomitant, friend, husband, mate, spouse, wife; concept 423 Ant. antagonist, enemy, foe consort [v1] be friendly with; fraternize accompany, associate, attend, bear, befriend, bring, carry,… …

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  • 11consort — (n.) early 15c., partner, from M.Fr. consort colleague, partner, wife (14c., O.Fr. consorte), from L. consortem (nom. consors) partner, comrade; wife, brother, sister, lit. an adj., having the same lot, of the same fortune, from com with (see COM …

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  • 12consort — ► NOUN 1) a wife, husband, or companion, especially the spouse of a monarch. 2) a ship sailing in company with another. ► VERB (consort with) ▪ habitually associate with. ORIGIN Latin consors sharing, partner …

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  • 13Consort — Con*sort (k[o^]n*s[^o]rt ), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Consorted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Consorting}.] To unite or to keep company; to associate; used with with. [1913 Webster] Which of the Grecian chiefs consorts with thee? Dryden. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 14consort — I noun accompanier, associate, colleague, comate, comes, companion, compeer, comrade, confrere, conjugal partner, copartner, escort, fellow, fellow companion, helpmate, husband, marital partner, maritus, marriage partner, mate, partner, socius,… …

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  • 15consort — (izg. kònsort) m DEFINICIJA glazb. pov. 1. naziv za mali ansambl glazbenika ili instrumenata 2. kompozicija pisana za takav sastav ETIMOLOGIJA engl …

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  • 16consort — is pronounced with stress on the first syllable as a noun, and on the second as a verb …

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  • 17consort — Consort. s. m. Terme de pratique. Celuy qui a interest avec quelqu un dans un procez, dans une affaire &c. Il n a guere d usage qu au pluriel. On l a condamné luy & ses consorts. tel & tel & consorts …

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  • 18consort — [kän′sôrt΄; ] for v. [ kən sôrt′] n. [OFr < L consors (gen. consortis), partner, neighbor < com , with + sors, a share, lot: see SORT] 1. Obs. a partner; companion 2. a wife or husband; spouse, esp. of a reigning king or queen 3. a ship… …

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  • 19Consort Li — This is a Chinese name; the family name is Tatala. Consort Li Spouse Xianfeng Emperor Issue Kurun Princess Rong an Posthumous name Imperial Noble Consort Zhuangjing (莊靜皇貴妃) Father Tatala Qinghai Born 1837 Died …

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  • 20Consort Yu — This is a Chinese name; the family name is Yu. A portrait of Consort Yu from Baimei Xinyong Tuzhuan (百美新詠圖傳) by Yan Xiyuan Yu Miaoyi …

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