lacrima

lacrima

, lachryma (lak′rĭ-mă) [L. lacrima, tear]
Tear fluid from eye.
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Then I sang Una Furtiva Lacrima. It was a very unusual situation.
Forse, per l'equipaggio, il dolore doveva apparire tutto uguale, eppure ogni lacrima era diversa, raccontava una storia differente.
No cornea, iris, edema, or lacrima except redness was observed in the unwashed and eye-washed groups.
John, offer a project entitled Lacrima. Through the framework of the Nuremberg pilgrimage center, the program provides mourning support for children who have lost a parent or sibling.
From left: Single Brushstroke in Lead (tanger Wurm), 2014; Lacrima di Pele (Naked Eye Planet), 2012-16.
The word derives from the Latin lacrima, meaning tear and it simply means crying.
Austin State University) to premiere at the 2012 IHS Symposium in Texas, but was inspired to later add a third movement resulting in this twelve-minute suite consisting of "Vals de Armando" (a tribute to Chick Corea, an American jazz pianist, also Dickson's friend and collaborator), "Lacrima," and "Toccata." In accordance with Gavin's request, the piece is "contemporary, but harmonically more accessible than a lot of 'modern' brass repertoire ...
"Frantea alba-n parul galben/Pe-al meu braj incet sa culci" (Dorinfa) ("Forehead pale and tresses golden/On my shoulder you incline" Longing) or the wavy long, silky locks are just mentioned: "Dara una-i fiica marii ca o lacrima de aur./Paru-i curge la calcaie ca un lung ci scump tezaur" ("Only one is the sea's daughter, a golden tear./Her hair is flowing towards her heels like a long and expensive thesaurus"--Memento mori).