dolent

dolent

(ˈdəʊlənt)
adj
archaic sad; sorrowful
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After "that most dolent day"* we hear no more of Dunbar.
Todo lo anterior, citando un adagio medieval, que Quando caput dolet caetera membra dolent (2), lo que traducia "cuando la cabeza duele, todo el cuerpo duele" (3).
in cui si rileva la coesistenza del tradito an ioci dolent? ('forse gli scherzi ti fanno male?) e della congettura di Dousa (an loci dolent?), secondo il quale a fare male sarebbero i lombi.
Some of the finest examples in the area include the metal-cladded Lagginbiwak in the Simplon region, the wooden Fusshornbiwak in the Aletsch, and the Bivouac du Dolent above La Fouly made of synthetic materials.
The Mont Blanc massif, the second of Europe's two renowned regions of pink fluorite-bearing clefts, crops out as an oval-shaped region of high mountains between the towns of Martigny, Wallis, Switzerland; Chamonix, Haute-Savoie, France; and Courmayeur, Aosta, Italy, the three countries' borders meeting at Mont Dolent, just southeast of the Argentiere glacial field.
Mais comment arriver a exprimer "le suc dolent et le blanc parfum" des anciennes biographies?
The family, from the Netherlands, were climbing 12,500ft Mont Dolent, which is part of the Mont Blanc massif.