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" A kind of walk along the floor of a house, into which the doors of the apartments open ; the upper seats in a church ; the scats in a playhouse above the pit, in which the meaner people sit. "
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ... - Page 227
by John Walker - 1825 - 103 pages
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An Explanatory and Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English ...

William Bolles - English language - 1846 - 944 pages
...LE ON, gttl-16 n, «. A large ship, with four or sometimes five decks. GALLERY, gjll^re, n. A hind of walk along the floor of a house, into which the doors of the apartments open. The highest seats in the playhouse, and in churches above tin: main floor. In fortification, a covered...
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A Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from ...

William Bolles - English language - 1846 - 689 pages
...heavy, low-built vesael, wirb both sails and oars. Gallery, gal-flr-A, n. a kind of walk along the Boor of a house, into which the doors of the apartments open ; the highest seats in the playhouse, and in churches above the main floor ; in fortification, a covered...
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Spanish and English

Henry Neuman - English language - 1849
...correction. GAI.ERERO, sm. Wagoner, one who drives a wagon. GALER! A, sf. 1. Gallery, a kind of walk alone the floor of a house into which the doors of the apartments open. 2. (Fort.) A narrow covered passage across a moat. 3. Goleria de popa, (Naut.) Stern-gallery or balcony,...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: Incorporating the ...

James Knowles - English language - 1851 - 790 pages
...rubbing. GALLEON, gal-lffn, n. A large ship with four or sometimes five decks. GALLERY, giUer-e, n. A kind of walk along the floor of a house, into which the doors of the apartments open. The seats in the playhouse above the GALLETYLE, giUe-til, n. A gallipot. GALLEY, glUe1, n. A vessel driven...
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A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages: wherein the words are ...

Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti, Mateo Seoane Sobral - Foreign Language Study - 1854
...galley fur correction. Galeréro, tm. Wagoner, one who drives a wagon. ' Galería, tf. 1. Gallery, a kind of walk along the floor of a house into which the doors of the apartments open ; lobby. 2. (Fort) A narrow covered passage across a moat. 3. Galería de popa, (Nau.) Stern-gallery...
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A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages, orig. compiled by Neuman ...

Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marc' Antonio Baretti - 1862
...of a galley for correction. Galeréro, sm. Wagoner, one who drives a wagon. Galena, if. 1 . Gallery, a kind of walk along the floor of a house into which the doors of the apartments open ; lobby. 2. (Fort.) A narrow covered passage across a moat. 3. Galería de. popa, (Nau.) Stern-gallery...
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The student's English dictionary, the pronunciation adapted to the best ...

1865
...galena; probably from old G. irallOn, G. icallen, Sax. veallian, to walk; Sans, ta/f/, to move oneself.] A kind of walk along the floor of a house, into which the doors of the apartments open ; an apartment, of much greater length than breadth, serving aa a passage of communication between...
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A smaller English dictionary

John Ogilvie - English language - 1872 - 472 pages
...gallant personsf. [Fr. galanterie.l Galled, gald, pa Fretted; teased; vexed. Gallery, gal'le-ri, n. A kind of walk along the floor of a house, into which the doors of the apartments oj>eu; the upper floor of a church, theatre, Ac.; a long portico, with columns on one side; a frame...
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A critical pronouncing dictionary. With a suppl., by E. Smith

John Walker - 1881
...n-iiin'ii я><dress to wbmen t vicious love, lewdticst. GALLERY, gal-l&r-é, ». 557. A kind of walk «long the floor of a house, into which the doors of the apartments open ; the upper scats in a church ; theseab in a playhouse above the pit, in which ihr ine.int-r propie sit. GALLEY,...
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An English dictionary, etymological, pronouncing and explanatory

John Ogilvie - English language - 1908 - 476 pages
...gallant pernoiisf. [Vr. gulanterie.\ Galled, ••...1,1. DU Fretted; teased; Gallery, gal'le-ri, n. A kind of walk along the floor of a house, into which the doora of the apartments oi>eu; the upper Boor of a church, theatre, Jtc.; a long portico, with columns...
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