Rosinante


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Rosinante

(ˌrɒzɪˈnæntɪ)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a worn-out emaciated old horse
[C18: from Spanish, the name of Don Quixote's horse, from rocin old horse]
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And this feeling had been more painfully perceived by young D'Artagnan--for so was the Don Quixote of this second Rosinante named--from his not being able to conceal from himself the ridiculous appearance that such a steed gave him, good horseman as he was.
About two-thirds of the old oak furniture was saved and some of the val-uable paintings, including Rosinante's The Fountain of Lamneth and a still life by German artist Sacha Schneider, were rescued.
Then Don Quixote arrives at the inn on Rosinante, his horse.
I called the bike's name Rosinante. He was my friend with 64,000km.
The uneasy coexistence of different classes, languages, and cultures in the Iberian Peninsula inspired his meditations in Rosinante to the Road Again (1922), the poems in Pushcart at the Curb (1922), and the theme and style of his modernist masterpiece, Manhattan Transfer (1925).
In diesem Fall sind sie gleichzeitig das Pferd von Don Quixote, Rosinante, und der Esel von Sancho Pansa.
(17) DOS PASSOS, John: Rosinante to the Road Again, NY, George H.
It has been replaced by a steel horse, which looked like Rosinante, the one devoted to Don Quixote!
Which literary character rode a horse called Rosinante? 23.
Around 50 years of age, having changed his name and travelling with Rosinante, he leaves his Castilian village and wanders through the La Mancha territory, until he is dubbed a knight at an inn which he takes to be a castle.
Which literary character owned a horse called Rosinante? 2.
Pegasus & Rosinante presents a selection of German poems and essays translated into English.