Suddenly the judge attacked him with the words—“Tu hal rom, me hom, rakker tschatschopenn!”
Taylor could not get his boots on, and hom discovered that both of his boots were lefts.
homonym, hom′o-nim, n. a word having the same sound as another, but a different meaning.
Taylor and hom had the upper bunk, while Waterman and I slept "downstairs."
Afrasiab escapes; but hom captures him once more in lake Kanyesht.
hom was the name applied to a wind instrument, a sort of trumpet.
homotype, hom′o-tīp, n. that which has the same fundamental type of structure with something else.
He awec ealle duna mid anre handa, and ne mg nan ing his willan wistandan, lf., hom.
One must therefore content oneself with expelling notorious sinners; see hom.
In another place lfric has five, but different from those of our writer; see hom.
Variant of homo-.