She cursed, her mutter fading away as she tested her body.
Puer is boy in Latin, and Mutter is mother in German.
Larrey, Madame Mere (2 vols., Paris, 1892); Clara Tschudi, Napoleons Mutter: aus dem Norwegischen iibersetzt von H.
Muller, Schillers Mutter (1894); by the same, Schillers Jugenddichtung and Jugendleben (1896); A.
SOrgel, Cornelia, die Mutter der Gracchen (1868), a short popular sketch.
(1902); Dieterich, Mutter Erde (Leipzig, 1905); S.
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Heinemann, Goethes Mutter (1891; 6th ed., 1900); P. Bastier, La Mere de Goethe (1902); Briefe der Frau Rat (2 vols., 2nd ed., 1905); F.
Every so often they mutter dead words, in sepulchral tones: Why, Jeremy?
An isolated case, I hear the new public management enthusiasts mutter.
xii., xiii., xiv.; Dio Cassius lix.-lxi.; Suetonius, Nero, 34; Stahr, Agrippina, die Mutter Neros (1880); Raffay, Die Memoiren der Kaiserin Agrippina (1884); B.
Charms and words of power being supposed to possess efficacy in themselves are guarded with great secrecy by their owners, and hence, in so far as prayer verges on spell, there will be a disposition to mutter or otherwise conceal the sacred formula.
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