In it he treats of things in general in the encyclopedic fashion set him by Alphonso of Castile.
Here the noblest study of mankind was broken off—Alphonso appearing.
“You had better put on flannels, Alphonso, for this kind of work,” said Prigio.
For Captain Alphonso Leek was not a striking-looking personage.
Alphonso, in despair, immediately offered to go in quest of her.
"You had better put on flannels, Alphonso, for this kind of work," said Prigio.
More men began thrusting with more rods, but Alphonso was not to be balked.
The only one whom she treated ill was Alphonso, who had the honour to be her spouse.
My father's name was Veremond, and I was adopted by my uncle king Alphonso the chaste.
At Alphonso Valenzano's everything that he possessed was ruined.
masc. proper name, from Spanish Alfonso, from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German Adalfuns, from adal "noble;" see atheling + funs "ready"). The Alphonsine tables are named for Alphonso the Wise, 13c. king of Castile.