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Extra resources for A Lexicon to Herodotus
Flown: volé. furiously: de manière furieuse, de façon furieuse, furieusement. gnaw: ronger, ronge, rongeons, ronges, rongez, rongent. grim: sinistre, macabre, menaçant. hall: hall, salle, couloir, vestibule. harrier: busard. leopard: léopard. lies: git, ment. savagely: de manière sauvage, de façon sauvage, sauvagement. seize: saisir, saisissez, saisissent, saisis, saisissons, agripper, attraper, agrippes, agrippez, agrippent, agrippe. sleeps: dort. spear: lance, javelot. stalk: tige, queue, chaume, faire les cent pas, pédoncule, rafle.
Stout: corpulent, fort, gros, stout. thick: épais, dense, gros. upright: montant, droit, intègre, honnête, debout, vertical, montant droit. valour: courage, valeur, vaillance. " Answers Rollanz: "Never, by God, I say, For my misdeed shall kinsmen hear the blame, Nor France the Douce fall into evil fame! " LXXXV "Comrade Rollanz, once sound your olifant! " "Never, by God," then answers him Rollanz, "Shall it be said by any living man, That for pagans I took my horn in hand! Never by me shall men reproach my clan.
LX When Rollant heard that he should be rerewarden Furiously he spoke to his good-father: "Aha! culvert; begotten of a bastard. " AOI. " That Emperour with lowered front doth stand, French bastard: bâtard, métis, enfant naturel, roche massive, salaud. begotten: engendré. bow: arc, proue, archet, avant, s'incliner, saluer. canter: petit galop. carry: porter, portes, porte, portons, portent, portez, report, transporter, transportent, transportes, transporte. charger: chargeur. culvert: ponceau, canal.