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  • wretch — (n.) O.E. wrecca wretch, stranger, exile, from P.Gmc. *wrakjan (Cf. O.S. wrekkio, O.H.G. reckeo a banished person, exile, Ger. recke renowned warrior, hero ), related to O.E. wreccan to drive out, punish (see WREAK (Cf. wreak)). Sense of vile,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • wretch —    This word is now rather old fashioned, but it came easily to speakers in former times who wished to abuse someone. It was in regular use from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century, with the meaning of ‘vile person’, and was either insulting …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • Wretch 32 — Chartplatzierungen (vorläufig) Vorlage:Infobox Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufige Chartplatzierung Erklärung der Daten Alben Black and White   …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Wretch (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Wretch Type = studio Artist = Kyuss Released = September 23, 1991 Recorded = Genre = Heavy metal Length = 46:36 Label = Dali Records Producer = Kyuss, Catherine Enny, Ron Krown Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|2.5|5… …   Wikipedia

  • wretch — noun Etymology: Middle English wrecche, from Old English wrecca outcast, exile; akin to Old High German hrechjo fugitive, Old English wrecan to drive, drive out more at wreak Date: before 12th century 1. a miserable person ; one who is profoundly …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Don't Go (Wretch 32 song) — Don t Go Single by Wretch 32 featuring Josh Kumra from the album Black and White Released 14 August 2011 …   Wikipedia

  • mesel — leprous (adj.); a leper (n.); both c.1300, from O.Fr. mesel wretched, leprous; a wretch, from L. misellus wretched, unfortunate, as a noun, a wretch, in Medieval Latin, a leper, dim. of miser wretched, unfortunate, miserable (see MISER (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • SHABBETAI ẒEVI — (1626–1676), the central figure of Shabbateanism, the messianic movement named after him. Background of the Movement Shabbateanism was the largest and most momentous messianic movement in Jewish history subsequent to the destruction of the Temple …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ophelia (painting) — For other uses, see Ophelia (disambiguation). Ophelia Artist John Everett Millais Year 1851–1852 Type Oil on canvas …   Wikipedia

  • mesel — noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English, loathsome person, leper, from Old French, leper, from Medieval Latin misellus, from Latin, wretch, from misellus, adjective, miserable, from miser miserable …   Useful english dictionary

  • measles — noun plural but singular or plural in construction Etymology: Middle English meseles, plural of mesel measles, spot characteristic of measles; akin to Middle Dutch masel spot characteristic of measles Date: 14th century 1. a. an acute contagious… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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