herde

All Noun Verb Adjective
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  • And if he herde song or instrument, Than wold he wepe, he mighte not be stent. Cited from Lectures on the English Poets, by William Hazlitt
  • For we can not but speke that which we haue seene and herde. Cited from Cohabitation Of the Faithful with the Unfaithful, Martyr and Bullinger
  • Every man which hath herde, and lerned of the father, commeth unto me, not that eny man hath sene the father, save he which is off God. Cited from Notes and Queries, Number 65, January 25, 1851, by Various
  • Sa talar icke en raetttrogen till sin herde. Cited from Den siste atenaren, by Viktor Rydberg
  • Die ganze Herde, sagst du, trieb er fort? Cited from Weh dem, der luegt, by Franz Grillparzer
  • And there is the awtier, where oure Lady herde the aungelles synge messe. Cited from Principal Navigations, V8, by Richard Hakluyt
  • And he herde the sownes of musicque right melodious The kynge demanded hym than/ yf he supposid y't he were benerous and blessid. Cited from Game and Playe of the Chesse, by Caxton
  • Ful swetely herde he confession, And plesant was his absolution. Cited from English Satires, by Various
  • In 1951, along with Kenneth Herde, he was seconded to the UK Cabinet Office in London to do research on the workings of government, with a view to bringing back ideas that could be applied within the Australian context.
  • Criseide un-to that purpos lyte answerde, As she that was with sorwe oppressed so That, in effect, she nought his tales herde, But here and there, now here a word or two. Cited from Troilus and Crisyde, by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Jag skall varda en herde -- en ny Dafnis. Cited from Den siste atenaren, by Viktor Rydberg
  • Lawler's and Herde's recommendations led to Robert Menzies' decision to establish a Cabinet Office in Canberra as a separate and discrete part of the Prime Minister's Department.
  • And treuly, we fond it more noble and more excellent and ricchere and more marveyllous, than ever we herde speke offe; in so moche, that we wolde never han leved it, had wee not seen it. Cited from Principal Navigations, V8, by Richard Hakluyt
  • His former Master in the Church, Master Jojonah, came to embrace Avelyn's belief that the Church was corrupted and he began preaching Avelyn's ways to other Brothers, most notably Braumin Herde.
  • Ariane Herde (born December 18, 1979, Iserlohn) is a German-born, Dutch slalom canoer who competed from the late 1990s to the late 2000s.
  • Al was for nought, she herde nought his pleynte; And whan that he bithoughte on that folye, 545 A thousand fold his wo gan multiplye. Cited from Troilus and Crisyde, by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • And the cause was, for we hadden gret lust to see his noblelesse and the estat of his court and alle his governance, to write zif it were suche, as wee herde seye, that it was. Cited from Principal Navigations, V8, by Richard Hakluyt
  • Of Jupiter thus I find ywrite, How, whilom, that he woulde wite, Upon the plaintes, which he herde Among the men, how that it farde, As of her wronge condition To do justificacion. Cited from The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753), by Cibber
  • Tho wordes and tho wommanisshe thinges, She herde hem right as though she thennes were; 695 For, god it wot, hir herte on other thing is, Although the body sat among hem there. Cited from Troilus and Crisyde, by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Am Herde stand seine Herrin, dem Feuer zugewendet, die stattliche Gestalt regungslos, die Arme an den Hueften herabhangend. Cited from Das Maedchen von Treppi, by Paul Heyse
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