yeerely

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Inglés[editar]

 yeerely
Pronunciación (AFI):  Si puedes, ¡incorpórala!

Etimología[editar]

Del inglés antiguo gearlic

Adjetivo[editar]

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Grafía obsoleta de  yearly.
  • Ejemplo:
1635, Thomas Smith, The Common Wealth of England, página №. 77:
Yeomen I call here (as before) that may diſpend at the leaſt forty ſhillings of yeerely rent of free Land of his owne.

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Grafía obsoleta de  yearly.
  • Ejemplo:
1623, John Speed, The Historie of Great Britaine vnder the Conqvests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Normans, página №. 377:
In this State the affaires of the land ſtood vnto the nineteenth yeare of King Ethelwolfes raigne, who now remembring his former Eccleſiaſticke profeſſion , ordained that tithes and Lands due to holy Church ſhould be free from all Tributes or Regall ſeruices; and in great deuotion went himſelfe to Rome , where hee was both honourably receiued , and entertained the ſpace of a whole yere ; in which time hee new built the Engliſh Schoole that Offa the Mercian before had there founded, and lately was fired, bearing the name of Thomas the Holy; confirming alſo his Grant of Peterpence, and further couenanting in lieu of his kind entertainment to pay yeerely three hundred markes to Rome, thus to hee emploied ; one hundred to Saint Pauls Light, and the third to the Pope : the Bride that euermore muſt be kiſſed and largely paid.

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