Definition of Horta
1. Noun. Belgian architect and leader in art nouveau architecture (1861-1947).
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Literary usage of Horta
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve (1905)
"Had exhorted. Had, might hare, exhorted. So.—horta-t-us, -a, -nm cram, ... horta-ntor, they shall exhort. INFINITIVE. PARTICIPLES. PHES. horta-ri, to exhort ..."
2. Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Gonzalez Lodge (1898)
"horta-t-us, -a, -um eram, horta-t-us, -a, -um essem, eras, esses, erat, esset, PL. ... Ab. horta-tu, to exhort, in the ex- G. horta-nd-I, of exhorting, ..."
3. First Latin Book by Charles Wesley Bain (1898)
"i. horta-bi-mur, we shall exhort, shall be exhorting. 2. horta-bi-minl, you will exhort, ... 3. horta-bu-ntur, they will exhort, will be exhorting. 4. ..."
4. A Winter in the Azores; and a Summer at the Baths of the Furnas by Joseph Bullar, Henry Bullar (1841)
"APRIL 19, horta.—We dropped our heavy iron cable in the Bay of horta about ... While this was doing we had an opportunity of examining the town of horta, ..."
5. A Winter in the Azores and a Summer at the Baths of the Furnas by Joseph Bullar, Henry Bullar (1841)
"Whit-Sunday at horta. — Public feast to the poor.—Crowd in the streets. ... A day of great festivity in horta. We were told that the islanders made a vow ..."