Definition of Murrens
1. murren [n] - See also: murren
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Literary usage of Murrens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Promptorium Parvulorum Sive Clericorum, Dictionarius Anglo-latinus Princeps by Galfridus, British Museum (1853)
"... murrens, or maser, in wills and other documents, may he cited the Inventories taken at St. Paul's, 1295, printed hy Dugdale, ..."
2. Seven Years' Hard by Richard William Free (1905)
"I had scarcely finished, when murrens, an intelligent lad of twelve, ... He was a particularly superior kind of lad, was murrens; so much so, in fact, ..."
3. Das Schriftwesen im Mittelalter by Wilhelm Wattenbach (1871)
"In dem lombardischen Kloster Pomp o sa brachte im elften Jahrhundert der Abt Hieronymus trotz des murrens der Mönche eine grofse Sammlung von Abschriften ..."
4. Two Sermons Preached by the Boy Bishop at St. Paul's, Temp. Henry VIII. [i.e by John Gough Nichols, Edward Francis Rimbault (1875)
"... when thei lye and s were as I have hard some do, Good Lord, how abominably ! and curse with plages and pestilence and murrens upon ther ..."