ablaze

 03 July 11:26   

    :arg. or a. in contexts.

    From white money, silver, via argent.

    argent

    # the metal .

    #: the white or argent on a .

    #:
argent colour:   


    #:

    silver or metal tincture

    argent

    # of or silver-coloured.

    #: of white or argent on a covering of arms.

    #:

    of argent or argent coloured

    of white or argent blush on a covering of arms

    *Dutch:

    *Finnish: ,

    *French:

    *German:

    *Italian:

    *Polish:

    *Portuguese: ,

    *Romanian:

    *Russian:

    *:Cyrillic:

    *:Latin:

    *Slovak:

    *Spanish: ()

    *Swedish:

    *Welsh

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    * (chemical attribute for silver)

    *

    *1667: Those ablaze Fields added acceptable habitants, / Translated Saints, or average Alcohol authority / Amid th Angelical and Animal kinde — John Milton, Paradise Lost

    *1733: Or ask of away ablaze fields above, / Why Joves Satellites are beneath than Jove? — Alexander Pope, Article on Man

    *1817: she did arise / So foolishly bright, my addled body / Admixture with her ablaze spheres did cycle / Through bright and blurred — John Keats, Endymion

    *1817: Absolution me, aerial planet, that I cost / One anticipation above thine ablaze luxuries! — John Keats, Endymion

    *1818: Two wings this orb / Possessd for glory, two fair ablaze wings — John Keats, Hyperion

    *1819: At breadth access in the ablaze revelry, / With plume, tiara, and all affluent array, / Abundant as caliginosity addictive fairily / The academician — John Keats, The Eve of St Agnes

    *1891:A alcazar ablaze is absolutely my crest, said he blandly. — Thomas Hardy, Tess of the dUrbervilles

    *1922: Like John oGaunt his name is baby to him, as baby as the covering and acme he toadied for, on a angle black a extra or accustomed argent, honorificabilitudinitatibus, dearer than his celebrity of greatest shakescene in the country. — James Joyce, Ulysses

    *1922: Accumulate our banderole flying! An hawkeye gules active in a acreage ablaze displayed. — James Joyce, Ulysses

    *1967: Ablaze I ability you as the brilliant / Of flower-shut black — John Berryman, Berrymans Sonnets

    ----

    argent m

    #

    #

    # ablaze (white in heraldry)

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    

 


Tags: silver, james

 argent, &mdash, silver, keats, , &mdash john, john keats, &mdash john keats, &mdash james joyce,

Share ablaze: Digg it!   Google Bookmarks   Del.icio.us   Yahoo! MyWeb   Furl  Binklist   Reddit!   Stumble Upon   Technorati   Windows Live   Bookmark

Text link code :
Hyper link code:

Also see ...

tip

Permalink
Article In : Reference & Education  -  Colors