In addition to these names which clearly take a feminine form within the name itself, there are also examples of occupational bynames
which are presented in a feminine form by virtue of the article la, which is a French feminine form of "the" sometimes used in early English (le is the male form).
Then came Lady Zhonghou, Wang Guanxiang (byname
Zhongai), third daughter of the ancient King Ling of Zhou and younger sister (by a different mother) of Wang Zigiao.
Dictee avoids this multiplying of oppressive structures through its attention to the divergent syntax and semantics of second language practices, by writing for the "byword, byname
, ghostword, phantomnation" (140).
Vergelyk hier verwysings na plekke, die landskap, natuur, kenmerkende byname
, gesegdes, en verafrikaansing ran Engelse woorde.
COMING soon, cash dispensers which can greet customers byname
,using new software which personalises transactions.Ours will no doubt laugh like a drain.
The Hebrew word beliya`al, apparently with the literal meaning "worthlessness," was used in Old Testament epithets for the wicked and impious, such as "sons of Belial." In later traditions it was taken as a proper name, a byname
Balanga, Bataan - Since its establishment 16 years ago, the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) in Mariveles has been consistently producing world-class seafarers, earning for the school the byname
"Seamen's capital" in Asia.
For instance, we read in the Hanshu: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] Yuan Yan, whose byname
VERY few clubs have training grounds that are instantly recognisable byname
Die kinderhuisinwoners kompenseer egter hiervoor deur die wye verskeidenheid byname
, soms baie gevat (maar meermale ook wreed eerlik), wat aan kinders gegee word, soos Pizzaface (vir 'n akneegesig), Killer, Puck, Bart (na aanleiding van Bart Simpson--p.
Camille made her way in life as a courtesan, and her byname
referred to the camellias she carried as a signal of her availability.
We might go on to gloss this, remembering Laozi 25, (5) as: silence is the ming [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the personal name, while sound is the zi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the byname
. I would say that Jeffers's comment is the last word in fugitive metaphors for the flash of life--or it is rather the first word, the only word, indeed the primary evocation.