Definition of Origane

1. origan [n -S] - See also: origan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Origane

orificium internum uteri
orificium ureteris
oriflamme
oriflammes
origami
origamic
origamic architecture
origamilike
origamis
origamist
origamists
origane (current term)
origanes
origans
origanums
origin
origin of replication
originable
original
original aspect ratio
original research
original sin
originalism
originalist

Literary usage of Origane

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1. The Works of Edmund Spenser by Edmund Spenser, John Payne Collier (1862)
"Bathing her felfe in origane and thym(.~\ For this " filthy foule old woman," in the more minute ..."

2. Palladius On husbondrie: From the unique ms. of about 1420 A.D. in by Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus Palladius, Barton Lodge, Sidney John Hervon Herrtage (1879)
"... yit yf thou wol make hem flee Kest origane ... cast origane and brimstone upon their holes, or burnt cockle> shells; brimstone and galbanum destroys ..."

3. Faery Queene: Book I by Edmund Spenser, Anthony Lawson Mayhew (1901)
"It was a popular belief that witches must undergo this yearly cleansing. See Gloss. Prime. 7. origane and ... origane, Lat. origanum ..."

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