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at latter Lammas

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  • latter lammas — noun Usage: usually capitalized 2d L Etymology: so called ironically from the fact that there is only one Lammas in a year : a day that will never come * * * Latter Lammas, a day that will never arrive because there is no second Lammas in the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • at latter Lammas — adverb never …   Wiktionary

  • Geschehen — 1. Als dat geschaach1, da brannt de Baach2, do leschden de Boore met Strüh (Stroh). (Köln.) – Weyden, I, 3; Firmenich, I, 474, 130. 1) Altkölnisch für geschah. 2) Bach. – Um eine längst vergangene oder niemals dagewesene Zeit zu bezeichnen. (S.… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

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  • master —    Used as both a social and professional title, though the social use is now rare. It survives in Scotland, where the heir apparent of a Scottish peer is addressed as ‘Master’. Formerly, especially in rural dialects, ‘Master’ was used as a term… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

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