Definition of Paesan

1. paesano [n -S] - See also: paesano



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paesan

paellalike
paellas
paellera
paelleras
paenula
paenulae
paenulas
paenultima law
paeon
paeonic
paeonics
paeonies
paeonine
paeons
paeony
paesan (current term)
paesani
paesano
paesanos
paesans
pagan
pagan religion
pagandom
pagandoms
paganica
paganing
paganings
paganisation
paganise
paganised

Literary usage of Paesan

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1. Medical lexicon by Robley Dunglison (1860)
"WEIGHT, from Saxon, paesan, 'to weigh;' (F.) Pesanteur. A sensation of heaviness or pressure over the whole body, or over a part — the stomach or head, ..."

2. The Romances of Chivalry in Italian Verse: selections by Jeremiah Denis Matthias Ford (1904)
"... non se n'armie Cavalier paesan né peregrino, Scrive nel verde ceppo in breve carme : ARMATURA D'ORLANDO PALADINO; Come volesse dir : " Nessun la mova, ..."

3. Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Francis Lieber, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1831)
"IN», a river in the south of Germany, rises in the Grisons, flows through Tyrol and Bavaria, and empties into the Danube at paesan. ..."

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