amain englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Ovid Golding Metamorphosis) fed and belked vp againe / His bloody vittels at his mouth, and vttred out amayne / The clottred gobbets mixt with wyne, I &91;(w)&93; thus ſurmyſde: like lot / Hangs ouer my head now, and I muſt alſo go to pot.
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
(RQ:Coryat Crudities)|pages=214–215|pageref=215|passage=For they both ſay and beleeue that this picture hath ſo great vertue, as alſo that of Padua, whereof I haue before ſpoken, that whenſoeuer it is carried abroad in a ſolemne proceſſion in the time of a great drougth, it will cauſe raine to deſcend from heauen either before it is brought backe into the Church, or very ſhortly after. (..) I cannot be induced to attribute ſo much to the vertue of a picture, as the Venetians do, except I had ſeene ſome notable miracle wrought by the ſame. For it brought no drops at all with it: onely about two dayes after it rained (I muſt needes confeſſe) amaine. But I hope they are not ſo ſuperſtitious to aſcribe that to the vertue of the picture.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)&93; grew up and thriv'd amain; / He led me on to mightieſt deeds / Above the nerve of mortal arm / Againſt the uncircumciſ'd, our enemies.
(RQ:Bunyan Pilgrim's Progress)
(quote-book) For the Department of History, (w) by (w)|month=(date written)|year=1820s|year_published=1988|page=38|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/coalsonrailsorre00erri/page/38/mode/1up|isbn=978-0-85323-266-7|passage=The waggonway lay near the Windmill Hills and went down the north side of the hills to the Rivir Tine, and at the Coal steath staithe Mathew Gray lived. I was about hauf way down the bank when thur was two Waggons Coming after me Amain broken loose and running away.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)