cry englannista suomeksi
To utter loudly; to call out; to declare publicly.
(RQ:Bunyan Pilgrim's Progress)
(RQ:King James Version)
To utter inarticulate sounds, as animals do.
To cause to do something, or bring to some state, by crying or weeping.
1652, (w), ''The Beginning of Heliodorus''
- Love is lost, and thus she cries him.
(RQ:Pynchon Crying Lot)
Hence, to publish the banns of, as for marriage.
1845, (w), ''Margaret: A Tale of the Real and the Ideal, Blight and Bloom; Including Sketches of a Place Not Before Described, Called Mons Christi''
- I should not be surprised if they were cried in church next Sabbath.
A shedding of tears; the act of crying.
''After we broke up, I retreated to my room for a good cry.''
''I heard a cry from afar.''
Words shouted or screamed.
''a battle cry''
A clamour or outcry.
A group of hounds.
1667, Milton, ''Paradise Lost'', Book II, in Edward Hawkins, ''The Poetical Works of John Milton: With Notes of Various Authors'', Vol. I, W. Baxter, J. Parker, G. B. Whittaker (publs., 1824) pages 124 to 126, lines 648 to 659.
- (quote) Before the gates there sat / On either side a formidable shape; / The one seem’d woman to the waste, and fair, / But ended foul in many a scaly fold / Voluminous and vast, a serpent arm’d / With mortal sting: about her middle round / A cry of hell-hounds never ceasing bark’d / With wide Cerberean mouths full loud and rung / A hideous peal; yet, when they list,would creep, / If ought disturb'd their noise, into her womb, / and kennel there, yet there still bark’d and howl’d, / Within unseen. (..)
A pack or company of people.
*(RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet) get me a fellowship in a cry of players?
A typical sound made by the species in question.
''"Woof" is the cry of a dog, while "neigh" is the cry of a horse.''
Common report; gossip.
''A body whit studies the history is cried a historian an aw.''