suomi-englanti sanakirja

bowels englannista suomeksi

  1. uumenet

  1. Substantiivi

bowels englanniksi

  1. (monikko) en|bowel

  2. The deepest or innermost part.

  3. (ux)

  4. c. 1592, (w), ''III (play)|Richard III'', Act III, Scene 4,

  5. O momentary grace of mortal men,
    Which we more hunt for than the grace of God!
    Who builds his hopes in air of your good looks,
    Lives like a drunken sailor on a mast,
    Ready, with every nod, to tumble down
    Into the fatal bowels of the deep.
  6. 1749, (w), ''(w)'', Dublin: John Smith, Volume I, Book 5, Chapter 12, p. 264,

  7. Here we cannot suppress a pious Wish, that all Quarrels were to be decided by those Weapons only, with which Nature, knowing what is proper for us, hath supplied us; and that cold Iron was to be used in digging no Bowels, but those of the Earth.
  8. 1851, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter 98,

  9. At length, when the last pint is casked, and all is cool, then the great hatchways are unsealed, the bowels of the ship are thrown open, and down go the casks to their final rest in the sea.
  10. 1922, (w), ''Aaron's Rod (novel)|Aaron’s Rod'', London: Martin Secker, Chapter 6, p. 69,

  11. The station was half deserted, half rowdy, several fellows were drunk, shouting and crowing. Down there in the bowels of London, after midnight, everything seemed horrible and unnatural.
  12. The concept or quality that defines something at its very core.

  13. The intestines.

  14. Compassion, sympathy.

  15. c. 1598, (w), ''V (play)|Henry V'', Act II, Scene 4,

  16. Therefore in fierce tempest is he coming,
    In thunder and in earthquake, like a Jove,
    That, if requiring fail, he will compel;
    And bids you, in the bowels of the Lord,
    Deliver up the crown, and to take mercy
    On the poor souls for whom this hungry war
    Opens his vasty jaws
  17. 1611, ''(w) of the (w)'', to the Philippians|Philippians 2:1-2,

  18. If there be therefore any consolation in Christ, if any comfort of love, if any fellowship of the Spirit, if any bowels and mercies, Fulfil ye my joy, that ye be likeminded, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind.
  19. 1728, (w), ''The Beggar's Opera|The Beggar’s Opera'', Act II, Scene 9,

  20. Have you no Bowels, no Tenderness, my dear ''Lucy'', to see a Husband in these Circumstances?
  21. 1930, (w), ''Joan of the Pilchard'', Chapter 15,

  22. ‘If I gave in to you, Reynell,’ said Bligh quietly, so quietly they could not tell whether he felt any pity for the boy or not, ‘the same plea could be put forth by sixteen others in less than half an hour,’ and he dropped his chin on his breast again as if there the discussion ended.
    ‘I told you he had no bowels,’ said Ledward.
  23. The body as the source of offspring.

  24. 1611, ''(w) of the (w)'', of Samuel|2 Samuel 16:11,

  25. And David said to Abishai, and to all his servants, Behold, my son, which came forth of my bowels, seeketh my life: how much more now may this Benjamite do it?
  26. 1751, Thomas Skinner, “A Sermon preach’d at the Ma’nor of Peace, in the County of ''Hampshire'', on May the 9th, 1751” in Alfred Baylies Page, ''Reverend Grindall Rawson and his Ministry'', 1907, p. 9,

  27. Had you been their natural Parents, and they the Children of your own Bowels, Methinks, you could not have Contributed much more Bountifully to their Assistance (..)
  28. 1845, (w), “The Bishop Orders his Tomb at St. Praxed’s Church” in ''(w)'', lines 63-64,

  29. What do they whisper thee,
    Child of my bowels, Anselm?