suomi-englanti sanakirja

remembrance englannista suomeksi

  1. muistaminen

  2. muistelu

  1. Substantiivi

  2. muisto, muistaminen

  3. muisti, muistaminen

  4. muisto, muistikuva

  5. memento muisto, memorial muistomerkki, muistiinpano

  6. muisti

remembrance englanniksi

  1. The act of remembering; a holding in mind, or bringing to mind; recollection.

  2. (quote-book)|title=Regained|Paradise Regain’d. A Poem. In IV Books. To which is Added Samson Agonistes|location=London|publisher=Printed by J. Macock. for John Starkey at the Mitre in Street|Fleetstreet, near Bar, London|Temple-Bar|date=29 May 1671|page=59, lines 952–954|pageurl=|oclc=228732398|passage=(smallcaps). Let me approach at leaſt, and touch thy hand. / (smallcaps). Not for thy life, leſt fierce remembrance wake / my ſudden rage to tear thee joint by joint.

  3. 1705, (w), “Bolonia, Modena, Parma, Turin, &c.”, in ''Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, &c. in the Years 1701, 1702, 1703'', London: Printed for (w), (w) 181833922; republished The Hague: Printed for Henry Scheurleer, 1718, (w) 224641578, page 292:

  4. For ''(l)'', by the mightly Loſs (l) diſmay'd, / Among the Heav'ns th'Immortal Fact diſplay'd, / Leſt the remembrance of his Grief ſhould fail, / And in Conſtellations wrote his Tale. of a work by (w).
  5. The state of being remembered, or held in mind; memory, recollection.

  6. (quote-book)

  7. 1678, (w), ''The Pilgrim's Progress|The Pilgrim's Progress from This World, to That Which is to Come: Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream wherein is Discovered, the Manner of His Setting Out, His Dangerous Journey; and Safe Arrival at the Desired Countrey'', London: Printed for Nathaniel Ponder at the Peacock in the London|Poultrey near London|Cornhill, (w) 733063856; republished as ''The Pilgrim's Progress as Originally Published by John Bunyan: Being a Fac-simile Reproduction of the First Edition'', London: Elliot Stock, 1875, (w) 34741916, page 77:

  8. Yes, and did ſee ſuch things there, the remembrance of which will ſtick by me as long as I live; ſpecially three things, ''to wit'', How Chriſt, in deſpite of Satan, maintains his work of Grace in the heart; how the Man had ſinned himſelf quite out of hopes of Gods mercy; and alſo the Dream of him that thought in his ſleep the day of Judgement was come.
  9. 1725–1726, (w); (w) and (w), transl., ''The Odyssey of Homer. Translated from the Greek'', London: Printed for Bernard Lintot|Bernard Lintot, (w) 8736646; republished as Francis Cary|Henry Francis Cary, editor, ''The Odyssey of Homer: Translated by Alexander Pope'', London: George Routledge and Sons, the Broadway, (w); New York, N.Y.: 416, (w), 1872, (w) 880970094, book VIII, page 381:

  10. (..) (w) blooming as a goddess stands, / With wondering eyes the hero &91;(w)&93; she survey'd / And grateful thus began the royal maid: / 'Hail, godlike stranger! and when heaven restores / To thy fond wish thy long-expected shores, / This, ever grateful, in remembrance bear, / To me thou owest, to me, the vital air.'
  11. (RQ:Austen Pride and Prejudice)

  12. Something remembered; a person or thing kept in memory.

  13. That which serves to keep in or bring to mind; a memento, a memorial, a souvenir, a token; a memorandum or note of something to be remembered.

  14. (quote-book)|title=Folio|Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies: Published According to the True Originall Copies|location=London|publisher=Printed by Jaggard|Isaac Iaggard, and Blount|Edward Blount|year=1589–1593|year_published=1623|section=Act II, scene ii|page=24|pageurl=|passage=If you turne not: you will returne the ſooner: / Keep this remembrance for thy ''Iulia''’s sake.

  15. 1590, (w), ''Faerie Queene|The Faerie Qveene. Disposed into Twelue Books, Fashioning XII. Morall Vertues'', London: Printed for Ponsonby (publisher)|William Ponsonbie, (w) 18024649, book I, canto I, stanzas I and II; republished in Hughes (poet)|John Hughes, editor, ''The Works of Mr. Edmund Spenser. In Six Volumes. With a Glossary Explaining the Old and Obscure Words'', volume I, London: Printed for (w) at Shakespear's Head, over against Catherine-street in the London|Strand, 1715, (w) 175074, page 23:

  16. I A Gentle Knight was pricking on the Plain, / Yclad in mightie Arms and ſilver Shield, (..) / II And on his Breaſt a bloody Croſs he bore, / The dear remembrance of his dying Lord, / For whoſe ſweet ſake that glorious Badge he wore, / And dead (as living) ever him ador'd: (..)
  17. The power of remembering; the reach of personal knowledge; the period over which one's memory extends.

  18. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  19. Something to be remembered; an admonition, counsel, instruction.

  20. recollection; memory