|no englanniksi||No en, nah de, well fi, Noh fr, NO en, nope de|
: ux|en|He does his job well.
: ux|en|a well done steak
*: Carried somehow, somewhither, for some reason, on these surging floods, were these travelers,nb.... Even such a boat as the Mount Vernon offered a total deck space so cramped as to leave secrecy or privacy well out of the question, even had the motley and democratic assemblage of passengers been disposed to accord either.
: ux|en|That author is well known.
*: That guy rocks! I think hes called Matthew Lillard or sommat but he is well cool in Scream.
*: Hey Dude / FIFA 2003 is well wicked, Ive got FIFA 2002 on PS2, David Beckham on Xbox and Football Manager on Xbox too, out of all pfSIC them FIFA 2003 is easliySIC the best.
*: Hey, you shouldve seen it, it was well good.
*: It boded well to you.
*: Know / In measure what the mind may well contain.
*: All the world speaks well of you.
: I had been sick, but now Im well.
*: On leaving the operating table it is well to put the patient in a bed previously warmed and supplied with hot cans.
: ux|en|“The car is broken.” “Well, we could walk to the movies instead.”
: ux|en|“I didnt like the music.” “Well, I thought it was good.”
: ux|en|“I forgot to pack the tent! Well, I guess were sleeping under the stars tonight.”
: ux|en|Well, well, well, what do we have here?
: ux|en|It was a bit... well... too loud.
: ux|en|“So what have you been doing?” “Well, we went for a picnic, and then it started raining so we came home early.”
: ux|en|Well lads. Hows things?
*: The woman said unto him, Sir, thou hast nothing to draw with, and the well is deep.
*: Begin, then, sisters of the sacred well.
*: Dan Chaucer, well of English undefiled
*: a well of serious thought and pure
: Theyre having a special tonight: $1 wells.
*: Tetris, the most widely played computer game of all time, is a problem-solving puzzle game. ... The player attempts to lock the falling shape smoothly together with the shapes in the well.
*: [Blood] welled from out the wound.
*: [Yon spring] wells softly forth.
: Her eyes welled with tears.
*: "Is my son here, Clarence?" asked Roger Oakley. "Nope. The whistle aint blowed yet."
*: "No," from Tom, ending the word with so decided a pressure of the lips that it sounded like "nope."
*: “Aunt Kat? And was Aunt Kat your only relation? Have you no father nor mother?” “Nope. Never had none ‘cept Aunt Kat. Her hull name was Katrina. She wuz Dutch she wuz."
*: 1: I will not dishonour my countrys speech by leaving off the last syllables of words, 2: I will say a good American "yes" and "no" in place of an Indian grunt "um-hum" and "nup-um" or a foreign "ya" or "yeh" and "nope"...
*: Nope. Dont know as I do.
: I noped out of there as quickly as possible.
: Ill take that as a nope, then.
*: By one reporters count, questions about the change elicited seven shakes of the head indicating no comment, five "yeps" and three "nopes" from Earnhardt.
*: Now Yeah, Yep and Nope are always given as examples of what we do with Yes and No in English and it has become (particularly for foreigners) a sort of linguistic myth.
*: While Yeah occurs very frequently in casual talk, No and its conversational derivatives of nope, naw, nup, etc. are relatively infrequent.
*: To Philomell the next, the Linnet we prefer;/And by that warbling bird, the Wood-Lark place we then, /The Reed-sparrow, the Nope, the Red-breast, and the Wren, /The Yellow-pate: which though she hurt the blooming tree, /Yet scarce hath any bird a finer pipe than she.
*: I may note that olp, if pronounced ope, as it sometimes is, may be the origin of nope; an ope, and a nope, differ as little as possible.
*: In Natural History, An Eye of Pheasants was also A Nye of Pheasants, and even the human Eye was written a Nye. The Bulfinch was either a Nope, or an Ope ; the common Lizard, or Eft (Old English Evet) is also the Newt; the Water-Eft is the Water-Newt ; and the Saxon nedder, a serpent (probably allied to Nether, as crawling on the ground) has been transformed into an Adder.
*: Nope, an old name for the bullfinch used by Drayton (Wright), is a corrupt form for an ope, otherwise spelt aupe, olp, or alpe (Prompt.Parv.).
*: (in an example of use of crackmans) The cull thought to have loped by breaking through the crackmans, but we fetched him back by a nope on the costard, which stopped his jaw.
*: Ill fetch thee a nope.
*: "Nope him on the costard," said Ben Bolter.
*: The sexton seemed reluctant to resume his old duties, remarking -- "Be I to nope Mr. M on the head if I catches him asleep?"