"I'm not afraid," replied the young livonian, her voice not betraying the slightest emotion.
A similar one is in the livonian collection of the British Museum.
Peter: If these rascals are amiss, I will try my new cargo of livonian hemp upon 'em.
It is known as Livish or livonian and is allied to Esthonian.
She made a second matrimonial venture with a rich livonian proprietor named Bock, with whom she retired to his estate.
In the year 1571, a Russian army pursued a discomfited band of livonian insurgents across the frontier into Poland.
The young livonian, seeing the only being to whom she could look for help disappear, fell back again on her bench.
He was unwilling to leave the young livonian girl alone on board, as she had not yet reappeared on deck.
She went downstairs to fetch her work, and sat stitching in the garret, watching over the livonian gentleman.
The aboriginal livonian remained ever separate from his conqueror, the Papal German.