Friedrich Wilhelm was a man of habitudes; his evening tabagie became a law of Nature to him, constant as the setting of the sun.
A sort of “tabagie” or tobacco parliament, such as was once in force at Potsdam.
So if the dying man has some supplies on hand, he must make tabagie of them for all his relatives and friends.
Doncques, si le mourt a quelques prouisions, il faut qu'il en face tabagie tous ses parents, & amis.
Omniscient Gundling was a prime resource in the tabagie, for many years to come.
The said dogs are afterwards served at the tabagie, for they find them palatable.
And so Seckendorf, how can he help it, is installed in the tabagie; glides into pleasant conversation there.
The same subordinate personage may be worth his place in the tabagie, should his function happen to prove necessary there.
Daily, otherwise, Gundling was at the tabagie; getting drunk, if nothing better.
Tessouat was to give a tabagie, or solemn feast, in honor of Champlain, and the chiefs and elders of the island were invited.