Definition of Guising
1. guise [v] - See also: guise
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Guising Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Guising
guising (current term)
Literary usage of Guising
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lancashire Legends, Traditions, Pageants, Sports, &c: With an Appendix by John Harland, Thomas Turner Wilkinson (1873)
"THE Q'st-ale or guising was celebrated in Eccles and the neighbouring townships with much rustic splendour, at the termination of the marling season, ..."
2. Lancashire Legends, Traditions, Pageants, Sports, Etc., with an Appendix by John Harland (1873)
"ECCLES guising. THE gyst-ak or guising was celebrated in Eccles and the neighbouring townships with much rustic splendour, at the termination of the marling ..."
3. Golspie: Contributions to Its Folklore by Edward Williams Byron Nicholson (1897)
"[J. SJ CHRISTMAS 1 guising. At Christmas the young people of the village go about 'guising.' The girls dress themselves in long wide garments, ..."
4. Revelations of Austria by Michał Kubrakiewicz, Charles Frederick Henningsen (1846)
"guising his truth or religion, they forced him to massacre with his own hands noblemen and priests. All that could escape fled. Nothing was to be met with ..."
5. A cyclopædia of biblical literature, ed. by J. Kitto edited by John Kitto (1845)
"... whenever the two members are nouns of which one is dependent as a genitive on the other.—JN guising himself in the action (1 King» xvi. 29; xxii. 40). ..."