league englannista suomeksi
1668, (w), ''The Passion of Dido for Aeneas''
- And let there be / 'Twixt us and them no league, nor amity.
A class or type of people or things that are evenly matched or on the same level.
*(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
1485, (w), ''Le Morte Darthur'', Book X, Chapter 10
- ''Thenne kynge Mark and sir Dynadan rode forth a four leges englysshe tyl that they came to a brydge where houed a knyght on horsbak armed and redy to Iuste.''
- "Then King Mark and Sir Dinadan rode forth a four leagues English, till that they came to a bridge where hoved a knight on horseback, armed and ready to joust."
1751-1753, (w), ''History of Louisiana'' (PG), p. 47
- ''Seven leagues above the mouth of the river we meet with two other passes, as large as the middle one by which we entered.''
A stone erected near a public road to mark the distance of a league.