So all the French philologists agree; and the modern variance of aux armes does not invalidate so plain an etymology.
I wish I could have seen you aux prises with her, Oldmeadow remarked.
She returned towards Port aux Pins by the fields, avoiding the road; the shadows were dense now; it was almost night.
“He heard some one say it to that parrot in Port aux Pins,” explained Eve.
Madame Clmence Joigne aux is of a red and lilac color, and grows with great vigor.
Robert Blaize said you were the prettiest girl in Balne aux Bois.
It is an adaptation of the inscription over the Pantheon, "aux grands hommes, la Patrie reconnaissante."
Harry is going to take us all to the Caf aux Fleurs for tea.
Une grosse commre sensuelle, aux traits bouffis, l'air assez commun, mais qui pouvait plaire Claude.
The cry, "aux Tuileries," first launched by the street gamins, soon became the slogan of the crowd.
French, "at the, to the," from Old French al, contraction of a le, with -l- softened to -u-, as also poudre from pulverem, chaud from calidus, etc. Used in many expressions in cookery, etc., which have crossed the Channel since 18c., e.g. au contraire, literally "on the contrary;" au gratin, literally "with scrapings;" au jus, literally "with the juice."
The symbol for the element gold.
Latin auris utraque (each ear)
The symbol for gold.
Abbreviation of astronomical unit