cur englannista suomeksi
(c.) published 1568, (w), ''Againſt venemous tongues enpoyſoned with ſclaunder and falſe detractions &c.'':
- A fals double tunge is more fiers and fellThen Cerberus the cur couching in the kenel of hel;Wherof hereafter, I thinke for to write,Of fals double tunges in the diſpite.
- you have many enemies, that know not why they are so, but, like to village-curs, bark when their fellows do.
- "You have no more spirit than a mongrel cur. You lie down on the ground and ask people to trample on you."
A detestable person.
- This butcher's cur is venom-mouth'd, and I have not the power to muzzle him.
(verbal noun of)
- ''Cur ante tubam tremor occupat artus?''
- : Why before the trumpet ''(of war)'', fear seizes your limbs?
- (quote) Magen curad, cride n-ega, eithre n-ela, eirr trén tressa, trethan ágach, cain tarb tnúthach.|Under the breast of the hero covered in wounds, victorious in battle, you are the son of Findchoem who is equal to me. (..) Dwelling of a hero, heart of ice, plumage of a swan strong chariot-hero of battle, warlike sea, beautiful fierce bull.
(verb form of) (to clean)