from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun plural Obs. & R. Lips.


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  • The gentlewoman was a little coye, but, before they part, they concluded that the next daye at foure of the clock hee should come thither and eate a pound of cherries, which was resolved on with a succado des labras, and so with a loath to depart they tooke their leaves.

    Arabian nights. English Anonymous 1855

  • (Idem p. 406 — Vide Mogh.): Idem cfle videtur ac is qui a Scythis appellatur Boco-labras. — - JSoCy vel Bog» Deus, in ore Mani - chseoramy qui Bogomili dicebantur.

    Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis 1786


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