The salt held not the bird for the net of thy anger, nuncio; so it is meet that other ways be found.
The King was in a fury, and forebade the nuncio to pass Lyons.
Every interview between the King and the nuncio grew more bitter than the previous one.
Nevertheless, the nuncio advised them to wait for further developments.
The Hierarchy in the eyes of the nuncio was a vast and powerful machine of intricate workings.
I send also a copy of a note I received from the Pope's nuncio.
No one, except the friends of the nuncio, was pleased with the sermon.
That shall be only when the fifth wind comes—it is so ordained, nuncio!
This made an impression on the nuncio; he remarked that I was right, after all; that the Pope must do something in the matter.
That shall be only when the Fifth wind comes—it is so ordained, nuncio!
papal envoy, 1520s, from older Italian nuncio (now nunzio), from Latin nuntius "messenger," from PIE root *neu- "to shout" (cf. Greek neuo "to nod, beckon," Old Irish noid "make known").