|kehto englanniksi||cradle fi, womb fi|
*: the cradle that received thee at thy birth
*: No sooner was I crept out of my cradle / But I was made a king, at nine months old.
: a cradle of crime
: the cradle of liberty
: from the cradle to the grave
*: from their cradles bred together
*: a form of worship in which they had been educated from their cradles
: The cradle was ill-made. One victim fell into the sea and was lost and the ensuing delay cost three more lives.
: He slammed the handset into the cradle.
*: It cradles their fears to sleep.
*: He that hath been cradled in majesty will not leave the throne to play with beggars.
*: In Lombardy ... boats are cradled and transported over the grade.
*: And his hede, hym semed,was enamyled with asure, and his shuldyrs shone as the golde, and his wombe was lyke mayles of a merveylous hewnb....
*: And þe Lord made redi a gret fish þat he shulde swolewe Ionas; and Ionas was in wombe of þe fish þre da?es and þre ni?tis.
*: The womb of earth the genial seed receives.
*: The centre spike of gold / Which burns deep in the bluebells womb.