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A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, in Three Parts or Morrison's Chinese dictionary .... Similarly 王八蛋 (wángbadàn, "turtle egg" but also "son of a bitch") as "a bastard, in opprobrious language" (Morrison 1815a:188). Morrison's dictionary ...

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Entry for 'Railer' - King James Dictionary - One of 28 Bible dictionaries freely ... One who scoffs, insults, censures or reproaches with opprobrious language.

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-prob-, root. -prob- comes from Latin, where it has the meaning "prove.'' This meaning is found in such words as: approbation, improbable, opprobrious, ...

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Used as a term of opprobrious address. 1303 R. Mannyng Handlyng Synne 11557 Goddys treytour, and ryȝt vyleyn! Hast þou no mynde of Marye Maudeleyn .

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The adjective and adverb opprobrious and opprobriously are used occasionally in phrases like, opprobrious actions, actions that deserve reproach or ...

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Nickname (noun) - Johnson's Dictionary Online - Nicknáme. n.s. [nom de nique, French.] A name given in scoff or contempt; a term of derision; an opprobrious or  ...

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OHOLIBAH. o-hol'-i-ba, o-ho'-li-ba ('oholibhah, "tent in her," or "my tent is in her"):. An opprobrious and symbolical name given by Ezekiel to Jerusalem, ...

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Urban Dictionary and our advertising partners set cookies on your computer to ... the words Jesuit, Jesuitical, and the like, have acquired an opprobrious sense.

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"[a]ny person who shall, without provocation, use to or of another, and in his presence . . . opprobrious words or abusive language, tending to cause a breach of ...