Definition of Ternes
1. terne [n] - See also: terne
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ternes
Literary usage of Ternes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Paris During the Commune, 1871: Being Letters from Paris and Its by William Gibson (1872)
"A fragment of a shell has broken into the roof of our ternes Chapel, and scattered the plaster, but has done no further injury. ..."
2. The Book of Detroiters;. by Albert Nelson Marquis (1914)
"1, 1863; son of Peter and Theresia (Renter) ternes; educated St. Boniface ... 12, 1884; son of Anthony and Mary Anna (Horger) ternes; educated in German ..."
3. St. Clair County, Michigan, Its History and Its People: A Narrative Account by William Lee Jenks (1912)
"Rev Peter J. -ternes was born near Detroit, on July 4, 1865. His lather, Peter ternes, was a farmer, and when the son was yet a bov the family moved to ..."