In The abyssinian he tells the story of a diplomatic mission from Louis XIV of France to the King of Abyssinia.
Since 1996, Bolding has been director of the Chancel Choir (renamed The Inspirational Voices of abyssinian in 2008).
Our encampment was just below a pretty little abyssinian church, which was surrounded by large Qualqual trees.
The flight referred to in verse 111th is the early abyssinian flight.
The abyssinian is a hardy little chap and must not be “coddled” up in a warm hutch.
This weapon is of abyssinian make, and those men were abyssinians.
The body of an abyssinian was lying among the flowers, and another of a Mahratta near him.
abyssinian legends have another version of the history of this realm.
The compromise, it seems, lasted long enough for the abyssinian exiles to hear of it and to come home.
During his captivity, Neufeld had with him an abyssinian girl, or rather woman.
old name for Ethiopia, 1630s, from Modern Latin Abyssinia, from Arabic Habasah, the name for the region, said to be from Amharic hbsh "mixed," in reference to the different races dwelling there. In 1920s-30s popular as a slang pun for "I'll be seeing you." Related: Abyssinian.