eulogium

  • 1 Eulogium — Eu*lo gi*umn.; pl. {Eulogiums}. [LL., fr. Gr. ? eulogy.] A formal eulogy. Smollett. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 Eulogĭum — Eulogĭum, das vorzüglichste Ritual der Griechischen Kirche, herausgeg. von Jakob Goar, Par. 1645, Fol., nebst Übersetzung …

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  • 3 eulogium — [yoo lō′jē əm] n. pl. eulogiums or eulogia [yoo lō′jē ə, yoo lō′jə] [ML] EULOGY …

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  • 4 eulogium — noun (plural eulogia or giums) Etymology: Medieval Latin Date: 1621 eulogy …

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  • 5 eulogium — /yooh loh jee euhm/, n., pl. eulogiums, eulogia / jee euh/. 1. a eulogy. 2. eulogistic language. [1700 10; < ML, equiv. to L eu EU + (e)logium inscription on a tombstone] * * * …

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  • 6 eulogium — n. formal eulogy; praising or eulogistic language …

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  • 7 eulogium — [ju: ləʊdʒɪəm] noun (plural eulogia dʒɪə or eulogiums) another term for eulogy. Origin C17: from med. L., praise …

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  • 8 eulogium — n. Praise. See eulogy …

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  • 9 eulogium — eu·lo·gi·um …

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  • 10 eulogium — eu•lo•gi•um [[t]yuˈloʊ dʒi əm[/t]] n. pl. gi•ums, gi•a [[t] dʒi ə[/t]] 1) rht a eulogy 2) rht eulogistic language • Etymology: 1700–10; < ML, = L eu eu + (ē)logium epitaph …

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  • 11 eulogium — /juˈloʊdʒiəm/ (say yooh lohjeeuhm) noun (plural eulogiums or eulogia /juˈloʊdʒiə/ (say yooh lohjeeuh)) 1. eulogy. 2. eulogistic language. {Medieval Latin. See eulogy} …

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  • 12 eulogium — n. (pl. eulogia or ums) = EULOGY. Etymology: med.L: see EULOGY …

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  • 13 Eulogiums — Eulogium Eu*lo gi*um .; pl. {Eulogiums}. [LL., fr. Gr. ? eulogy.] A formal eulogy. Smollett. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 14 Eulogies — Eulogy Eu lo*gy, n.; pl. {Eulogies}. [Gr. ?, from ? well speaking; e y^ well + ? to speak. Cf. {Eulogium}, and see {Legend}.] A speech or writing in commendation of the character or services of a person; as, a fitting eulogy to worth. [1913… …

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  • 15 Eulogy — Eu lo*gy, n.; pl. {Eulogies}. [Gr. ?, from ? well speaking; e y^ well + ? to speak. Cf. {Eulogium}, and see {Legend}.] A speech or writing in commendation of the character or services of a person; as, a fitting eulogy to worth. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 16 Charles Caldwell (physician) — This article is about the American physician. For other uses, see Charles Caldwell. Charles Caldwell, from his 1855 autobiography Charles Caldwell (May 14, 1772 – July 9, 1853, Nashville, Tennessee) was a noted 19th century U.S. physician who is… …

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  • 17 John of Cornwall — John of Cornwall, in Latin Johannes Cornubiensis or Johannes de Sancto Germano was a Christian scholar and teacher, who was living in Paris about 1176. Little is known of his life. From his names, it is surmised that he was a native of St Germans …

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  • 18 Battle of Radcot Bridge — Radcot Bridge, Oxfordshire, England, was the scene of a battle (19 December 1387) between troops loyal to Richard II, led by court favourite Robert de Vere, and an army captained by Henry Bolingbroke, Earl of Derby. BackgroundThe previous year… …

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  • 19 Gogeln — SchnabelschuheEin Schnabelschuh ist ein nach wendegenähter Machart gefertigter Schuh, der mit einer auffällig langen Schuhspitze versehen ist. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Archäologie 2 Historisches …

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  • 20 Gugeln — SchnabelschuheEin Schnabelschuh ist ein nach wendegenähter Machart gefertigter Schuh, der mit einer auffällig langen Schuhspitze versehen ist. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Archäologie 2 Historisches …

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