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" Calhol. p. 36. (2) Buried. Leg. Cath. p. 121. (3) The pupil of the eye, or perhaps the little reflected image on the retina, or that of a very near spectator reflected from the cornea. Ea.it. (•4) An egg is said to be " dead of bird" when the chicken... "
The Vocabulary of East Anglia;: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of ... - Page 25
by Robert Forby - 1830 - 281 lehte
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A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases ..., 1. köide

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1847 - 960 lehte
...Calhol. p. 36. (2) Buried. Leg. Cath. p. 121. (3) The pupil of the eye, or perhaps the little reflected image on the retina, or that of a very near spectator reflected from the cornea. Ea.it. (•4) An egg is said to be " dead of bird" when the chicken dies very shortly before the period...
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Suffolk, 37. number,2. osa

Lady Eveline Camilla Gurdon - 1893 - 202 lehte
...flower sheathed within another. Ibid. p. 297. Devil's toe nails. — Gryhea incurvata. Mr. Redstone. Bird of the Eye, s. the pupil, or rather, perhaps,...to be some delicate or endearing term of this kind. . . . Forby, vol. i, p. 24. Beggar's Velvet, s. the lightest particles of down shaken from a feather-bed,...
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A Glossary of Words Used in East Anglia, 31. köide,3. number

Walter Rye, Robert Forby - 1895 - 252 lehte
...[MCHB]. Bing. A bin for corn, flour, wine, &c. The proper word. *Binne. By-and-by [?]. Bird of the Eye. The pupil, or rather, perhaps, the little refracted...of a very near spectator reflected from the cornea. *Bishimer. An ant [BN 62] (obviously a corruption of pismire). Bishop. To confirm. the Lady-bird, or...
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A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words: Obsolete Phrases ..., 1. köide

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1901
...Ctilhol. p. 38. (2) Buried. Leg. Cath. p. 121. (3) The pupil of the eye, or perhaps the little reflected image on the retina, or that of a very near spectator reflected from the cornea. East. '.*) An egg is said to be " dead of bird," when the chicken dies very shortly before the period...
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