n.1.A fon.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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--Giacomo da Lentini, Poesie, XVIIId, 8: "io me'nde moro, e fonne saramento";
In terms of perspective and tone, the speaker of The Husband's Message resembles the speaker of Riddle 60, telling of its origins as a plant and its new role as secret communicator, stating that "he who engraved this wood has told me to ask you ..." (Hwcet, fee fonne biddan het se fisne beam agrof / feet fu ...).
Alberto Asor Rosa (Torino: Einaudi, 1984), Carlo Delcomo, "'Fonne della predicazione cattolica fra cinque e seicento," in Cultura d' elite e cultura popolare nell' arco alpino fra cinque e seicento, ed.
III Rex, upon spying the others, announces, "I hope I haue her felaws fonne" (1.87).
/ He that wrote this was a fonne / to writte 'a virgin' hereupon / that should conceive without helpe of man; / this writinge mervayles me" (30-36).
Camera (color), Harald Paalgard; editor, Jon Endre Mork; music, Jan Garbarek, Nicholas Sillitoe; production designer, Eli Bo; costume designers, Runa Fonne, Bente Ulvik; sound (Dolby Digital), Sturla Einarson, Jan Lindvik; casting, Merete Void.
Qui si definiscono le forme "arcaiche" in rapporto e confronto con le cosiddette forme "moderne." Il capitolo prende in esame le dinamiche che regolano l'uso di arcalcismi con esempi risalenti al Medioevo e fonne che sorpavvivono nell'era contemporanea.
And the King was moved, and went up to the chamber over the gate, and wept; and as he went, thus he faid, O my fonne Abfalom, my fonne, my fonne Absalom; would God I had died for thee, O Abfalom, my fonne, my fonne.