|heltta englanniksi||crest fi, comb fi, gill fi, coxcomb fi, wattle fi, snood fi|
*: His legs bestrid the ocean, his reared arm / Crested the world.
*: groves of clouds that crest the mountains brow
*: Like as the shining sky in summers night, ... / Is crested with lines of fiery light.
*: There was also hairdressing: hairdressing, too, really was hairdressing in those times — no running a comb through it and that was that. It was curled, frizzed, waved, put in curlers overnight, waved with hot tongs;nb....
*: But the comb or half quarter is very general in the Eastern counties, particularly in Norfolk.
: ux|en|I need to comb my hair before we leave the house
: ux|en|Police combed the field for evidence after the assault
*: Fishes perform respiration under water by the gills.
: Gill nets are designed to catch a fish by the gills.
: rfquotek|Jonathan Swift
*: She gutted and gilled the fish, then scaled it.
*: Owing to the peculiar shape of the pompano and the relatively large mesh in the pompano gill nets, the fish are not caught by being actually gilled.
*: In cases of very heavy catches the nets may be hauled and stored with the fish still gilled. The fish would then be shaken out on return to the port.
*: The intention is to gill the fish, so they are usually scared into the net by rowing one boat into the middle of the net circle and banging the oars on the boat bottom or splashing the water.
*: Also, when fish gilled there wasnt as much extra twine to tangle in, so they were easier to release from the net.
*: ...for though I am afraid the doctor was a little of a coxcomb, he might be nevertheless very much of a surgeon.
*: And she nearly started a fight between two young fops in plumed hats and flouncy collars: "Clay-brained coxcomb!" "Mewling milk-livered maggot!"
*: And there he built with wattles from the marsh / A little lonely church in days of yore.
*: And seldom was a snood amid / Such wild, luxuriant ringlets hid.
*: serious girls with their hair in snoods entered numbers into logbooks ...
*: A fingerlike projection called a snood hangs over the front of the beak. When the tom is alert, the snood constricts and projects vertically as a fleshy bump at the top rear of the beak.
*: Janet has kilted her green kirtle
A little aboon her knee,
And she has snooded her yellow hair
A little aboon her bree,