Lodge published a pamphlet, entitled, "A margarite of America."
margarite did the honors in a state of dazed incomprehension.
He had in all this trial experienced the results of the intrigues of margarite and Father Boyle.
margarite receives the letter and reads it with a contemptuous laugh.
They gave us many little bags of margarite and pulverized galena, with which they rub the face.
Yet he believed that what was told pertained to men of margarite, not to that cavalier himself.
After spending some time in this new discovery, he sailed back to Trinidad, discovering the island of margarite by the way.
In default of these, all the daughters together, margarite and Charlotte Stiles, or their issue.
These, at any rate, were margarite's orders, duly communicated to him by Ojeda; but margarite will have none of them.
Vniones, & margarite perch cos dette.Le picciole sono da latini semplicemente dette Margharite.
"a pearl," late Old English, from Late Latin margarita (see Margaret). Figuratively, "that which is precious or excellent, a priceless quality or attribute;" also used as an epithet for Christ, Mary, etc., late 13c. Also margerie (mid-14c.).