Definition of Froes
1. Noun. (plural of froe) ¹
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Definition of Froes
1. froe [n] - See also: froe
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Literary usage of Froes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Archives of Maryland by Maryland Historical Society (1887)
"It 6 hatchets at 61 per hatchet It 3 froes an Adze and Coopers axe 1 at 8' per peice j It 6 wedges It 3 hooks and a sickle and ..."
2. Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court by Maryland, Maryland Provincial Court, Provincial Court (1887)
"It 6 hatchers at 6' per hatchet It 3 froes an A die a ad Coopers axe 1^ at 8' per peice J" It 6 wedges It 3 hooks and a sickle and ..."
3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1901)
"As froes made his voyage in company with Francisco and Pero Corso, and speaks of having found a certain Pero Gallego living with the Indians of the coast in ..."
4. A History of the Missions in Japan and Paraguay by Cecilia Mary Caddell (1856)
"He received them most graciously, making Father froes ... in the house of Father froes, and then separated in peace and good-will to their several ..."
5. The Iliads of Homer, Prince of Poets: Never Before in Any Language Truly by Homer, George Chapman, William Cooke Taylor (1843)
"... them every one cast down their green and leafy spears.s This th' homicide Lycurgus did; and those ungodly fears He put the froes b in—seized their god. ..."
6. Catalogue of the Library of the Late Bishop John Fletcher Hurst: To be Sold by John Fletcher Hurst, Anderson Galleries, Inc (1904)
"Letters of Father Gomez, Luis froes, and others. ... The third part was the joint work of Luis froes and and Nicolas Pimenta. 3027 - ANOTHER COPY. ..."
7. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1811)
"Sacha dreadful accident happened, as Father Lewis de froes ... with the readers leave, to infert at length, the account which F. Lewis de froes gives of it, ..."