Herr englanniksi   Lord de, man de, sir m, lord de, gentleman sv, mister de

Esimerkkilauseet

*: Sy lof þam Hlaforde ðe leofað on ecnysse.

*: Lauerd god we [[bid]]deð [[thus|þus]].

*: Lord God of Abraham, and of [[Isaac|Ysaac]], and of [[Israel|Yrael]].

*: The breath of worldly men cannot depose,

*: The deputy elected by the Lord.

*: [[our|Ure]] laford [[Jesus Christ|ihesu crist]] þe seið Sine me nichil potestis facere.

*: [[thou|Þou]] [[art]] a sooþfaste leche, lord.

*: [[therefore|Therfore]] I [[do]]e you to [[understand|vnder?tand]] that no [[man|má]] [[speaking|?peaking]] in the Spirit of God, [[saith|?aith]] [[anathema|anáthema]] to [[Jesus|IESVS]]. And no man can [[say|?ay]], [[w:Jesus is Lord|Our Lord IESVS]]: but in the [[Holy Ghost|holy Gho?t]].

*: How loyal in the following of thy Lord!

*: ...and our Lord [the [[Horned God]]] as Master, Father, and Sage.

*: Lord! in [[time|tyme]] of Jesus [[Christ|Crist]]... were men not [[bounden]] to [[shrive|shryve]] [[him|hem]] [[thus|þus]].

*: O lord, [[why|whi]] is it so [[great|greet]] difference [[betwixt|betwix]] a [[surgeon|cirurgian]] & a [[physician|phisician]].

*: O Lord I must laugh.

*: How do you do, Lord Darlington?

: ux|en|The show is especially popular with middle-aged men.

*: The king is but a man, as I am; the violet smells to him as it doth to me.

*: “...it is not fair of you to bring against mankind double weapons ! Dangerous enough you are as woman alone, without bringing to your aid those gifts of mind suited to problems which men have been accustomed to arrogate to themselves.”

*: Unsurprisingly, if modern man is a sort of camera, modern woman is a picture.

: ux|en|every man for himself

*: ...a man cannot make him laugh.

*: Recompence to no man euill for euill.

*: A man would expect, in so very ancient a town of Italy, to find some considerable antiquities; but all they have to show of this nature is an old Rostrum of a Roman ship, that stands over the door of their arsenal.

*: Similarly, the next time you learn from your reading that the average man (you hear a good deal about him these days, most of it faintly improbable) brushes his teeth 1.02 times a day—a figure I have just made up, but it may be as good as anyone elses – ask yourself a question. How can anyone have found out such a thing? Is a woman who has read in countless advertisements that non-brushers are social offenders going to confess to a stranger that she does not brush her teeth regularly?

*: How did God create man?

*: God created man male and female, after his own image, in knowledge, righteousness, and holiness, with dominion over the creatures.

*: The evidence suggests that close relatives of early man, in lineages that later became extinct, also were able to use tools.

*: For God is holde a ryghtwys man.

*: Gods a good man.

*: Expect: But was the devil a proper man, gossip?

*: As fine a gentleman of his inches as ever I saw trusted to the stage, or any where else.

*: He’s more a man than any pair of rats of you in this here house...

*: I had the opportunity to marry one of them but wasnt mature enough to be a man and marry her and be close to the...children and raise themnb....

*: Methought he bare himself in such a fashion, / So full of man, and sweetness in his carriage, /...

*: I pronounce that they are man and wife.

*: In the next place, every wife ought to answer for her man.

: ux|en|Some people prefer apple pie, but me, I’m a cherry pie man.

: ux|en|I always wanted to be a guitar man on a road tour, but instead I’m a flag man on a road crew.

*: "Shes the man for the job."

*: Joanie volunteered, of course — if any dirty job is on offer requiring running, shes your man —

*: He also owns the only backhoe tractor on Elbow Cay, so whenever anyone needs a cistern dug, hes their man.

*: When President Roosevelt goes walking in the country about Washington he is always accompanied by two Secret Service men.

*: "And theyre very good people, I assure you — hes a Harvard man." It was the first time Milly had met on intimate terms a graduate of a large university.

: ux|en|Like master, like man. (old proverb)

: ux|en|all the kings men

*: The vassal, or tenant, kneeling, ungirt, uncovered, and holding up his hands between those of his lord, professed that he did become his man from that day forth, of life, limb, and earthly honour.

*: The white men are always put on that side of the board which commences by row I, and the black men are placed opposite.

*: Sully: If it weren’t for that snake ... Man wouldn’t even be in this mess right now.

: ux|en|Come on, man, weve no time to lose!

: The shipped was manned with a small crew.

: Man the machine guns!

*: he manned himself heroically

: Man, that was a great catch!

: Yes sir.

: Excuse me, sir, could you tell me where the nearest bookstore is?

: "Right this way, sir." — "You dont have to sir me."

: He sirred me! Do I really look that masculine just because Im wearing a tie?

: Yes sir.

: Excuse me, sir, could you tell me where the nearest bookstore is?

: "Right this way, sir." — "You dont have to sir me."

: He sirred me! Do I really look that masculine just because Im wearing a tie?

: Yes sir.

: Excuse me, sir, could you tell me where the nearest bookstore is?

: "Right this way, sir." — "You dont have to sir me."

: He sirred me! Do I really look that masculine just because Im wearing a tie?

*: Eadig [[the|ðe]] [[thane|ðegn]] ðone miððy [[comes|cymes]] hlaferd his [[one|on]]-[[find|fand]] [[so|sua]] [[doing|doende]].

*: [[blessed|Ble??ed]] is that [[servant|?eruant]], [[whom]]e his Lord when he [[comes|commeth]], [[shall|?hal]] [[find]]e [[so|?o]] doing.

*: Por. ...But now, I was the Lord

*: of this [[fair]]e [[mansion|man?ion]], [[master|mai?ter]] of my [[servants|?eruants]],

*: [[queen|Queene]] [[over|oer]] [[myself|my ?elfe]]...

*: Lords of manors are distinguished from other land-owners with regard to the [[game]].

*: Ymbe ðet lond et cert ðe hire eðelmod hire hlabard salde.

*: ...thou [[worthy|worthie]] Lord,

*: Of that [[unworthy|vnworthie]] wife that [[greets|greeteth]] thee

*: Pet. Katherine, I charge thee, tell [[these|the?e]] [[head-strong|head-?trong]] women,

*: What [[duty|dutie]] they [[do]]e owe their Lords and [[husbands|hu?bands]]!

*: Therefore Sarah laughed within her [[self|?elfe]], [[saying|?aying]], After I am [[wax]]ed old, [[shall|?hall]] I [[have|haue]] [[pleasure|plea?ure]], my lord being old [[also|al?o]]?

*: Yes, here I am, my good friend; and here I have been so long, that anywhere else I should think it necessary to [[apologise]]; but, the truth is, that I am waiting for my lord and master.

*: [[as|Als]] [[our]]e lauerd has [[heaven|heuen]] in hand

*: [[so|Sua]] [[should|suld]] man be lauerd of land.

*: All [[such]]e lordes as have gutters [[betwixt|betuxte]] [[their|thar]] houses.

*: A [[mighty|mightie]] Lord of Swine!

*: Turnus...

*: Wrenchd from his feeble hold the shining Sword;

*: And plungd it in the Bosom of its Lord.

*: Lord, the owner of the land in which a mine is situated is called the ‘lord’.

*: Ohthere sæde his hlaforde, Ælfrede cyninge, þæt...

*: It is a [[piteous|pytuouse]] case... [[when|whan]] [[subjects|subjectes]] [[rebel]]l [[against|agaynst]] their [[natural]]l lorde.

*: Man over men He made not Lord.

*: To fare out as fast with his fader to speke, & with lordesse of [[that|þat]] [[land|lond]].

*: Men [[might|myghten]] lordis [[know]]e

*: By [[their|there]] [[array]]e, from [[other|oþir]] [[folk]]e.

*: If such [[person]]e [[be]]e of the estate of a Lord, as [[duke|Duc]], [[marquess|Marques]], [[earl|Erle]], [[viscount|Viscount]] or [[baron|Baron]].

*: Princes, and noble Lords:

*: What [[answer|an?wer]] [[shall|?hall]] I make to this [[base|ba?e]] man?

*: Our English name Lord, whereby we and the Scots [[style|stile]] all such as are of the Greater [[nobility|Nobilitie]] i. Barons, as also Bishops.

*: The Englishman of to-day still dearly loves a lord.

*: [[far|Farre]] [[excelling|excellyng]] the state of lordes, [[earls|erles]], dukes or [[kings|kynges]].

*: The Marquess played off the two Lords and the Baronet against his former friend.

*: O wityng [[both|bath]] [[good|god]] and ill ?ee suld be lauerds at ?our will.

*: The [[sun|sonne]] is the lorde of [[planets|planetes]].

*: 1697, w|John Dryden translating w|Publius Virgilius Maro as w|Georgics, iii

*: Love is Lord of all.

*: But are you still master of your domain?

*: I am king of the county. You?

*: Lord of the manor.

*: Oh, Oh! The cotton Lords are tearing!

*: The [[ascendant|assendent]], & eke the lord of the [[ascendant|assendent]], may be shapen for to be [[fortunate|fortunat]] or [[unfortunate|infortunat]], as thus, a [[fortunate|fortunat]] [[ascendant|assendent]] clepen they [[when|whan]] [[that|þat]] no [[wicked|wykkid]] [[planet]]e, as [[Saturn]]e or Mars, or [[else|elles]] the tail of the [[dragon|dragoun]], is in [[the|þe]] [[house|hows]] of the [[ascendant|assendent]].

*: Lord, a very crooked, deformed... Person.

*: Twenty years ago you might hear a sixpence described as a ‘Lord’ meaning ‘[[Lord of the Manor]]’; that is, a [[tanner]].

: rfquotek|Shakespeare

*: As a political system democracy seems to me extraordinarily foolish,nb.... My servant is, so far as I am concerned, welcome to as many votes as he can get....I do not suppose that it matters much in reality whether laws are made by dukes or cornerboys, but I like, as far as possible, to associate with gentlemen in private life.

: ux|en|Please direct this gentleman to the menswear department.

: ux|en|Follow me, gentlemen.

*: Latrobe had extensive dealings with Jefferson, the most prominent gentleman-architect in the United States.

*: As a political system democracy seems to me extraordinarily foolish,nb.... My servant is, so far as I am concerned, welcome to as many votes as he can get....I do not suppose that it matters much in reality whether laws are made by dukes or cornerboys, but I like, as far as possible, to associate with gentlemen in private life.

: ux|en|Please direct this gentleman to the menswear department.

: ux|en|Follow me, gentlemen.

*: Latrobe had extensive dealings with Jefferson, the most prominent gentleman-architect in the United States.

: You may sit here, mister.

*: Fine day to see sights, gentlemen. Well, misters, heres the railing round the ground, and theres the paling round the tomb, eight feet deep, six feet long, and three feet wide.

*: Theres only three misters aboard this ship, or, rather, theres only two.

*: The Redcrosse knight toward him crossed fast, / To weet, what mister wight was so dismaydnb....

*: And thenne the grene knyghte kneled doune / and dyd hym homage with his swerd / thenne said the damoisel me repenteth grene knyghte of your dommage / and of youre broders dethe the black knyghte / for of your helpe I had grete myster / For I drede me sore to passe this forest / Nay drede you not sayd the grene knyghte / for ye shal lodge with me this nyghte / and to morne I shalle helpe you thorou this forest

*: It was by Merlyns auyse said the knyghte / As for hym sayd kynge Carados / I wylle encountre with kynge bors / and ye wil rescowe me whan myster is / go on said they al / we wil do all that we may

*: As for my name, it mistreth not to tell; / Call me the Squyre of Dames that me beseemeth well.

: Odessa D. uses a mister Sunday to fight the 106-degree heat at a NASCAR race in Fontana, California.

: You may sit here, mister.

*: Fine day to see sights, gentlemen. Well, misters, heres the railing round the ground, and theres the paling round the tomb, eight feet deep, six feet long, and three feet wide.

*: Theres only three misters aboard this ship, or, rather, theres only two.

*: The Redcrosse knight toward him crossed fast, / To weet, what mister wight was so dismaydnb....

*: And thenne the grene knyghte kneled doune / and dyd hym homage with his swerd / thenne said the damoisel me repenteth grene knyghte of your dommage / and of youre broders dethe the black knyghte / for of your helpe I had grete myster / For I drede me sore to passe this forest / Nay drede you not sayd the grene knyghte / for ye shal lodge with me this nyghte / and to morne I shalle helpe you thorou this forest

*: It was by Merlyns auyse said the knyghte / As for hym sayd kynge Carados / I wylle encountre with kynge bors / and ye wil rescowe me whan myster is / go on said they al / we wil do all that we may

*: As for my name, it mistreth not to tell; / Call me the Squyre of Dames that me beseemeth well.

: Odessa D. uses a mister Sunday to fight the 106-degree heat at a NASCAR race in Fontana, California.

suositut haut
haitta [[poistaa]] [[kivi]] kelvin [[tehdä]] [[varaus]] velho kiuru