3 The Vernacle


The Vernacle

   A tavern so called in Fleet Street in parish of St. Bride, in the ward of Farringdon Without, 1389 (Cal. P.R. Rich. II. 1388-92, p.130).
   Not further identified.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Vernacle — Veronica Ve*ron i*ca, n. [LL.; so called from Veronica, a woman who, according to an old legend, as Christ was carrying the cross, wiped his face with a cloth, which received an impression of his countenance; Veronica is fr. MGr. ?, fr.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Vernicle — Veronica Ve*ron i*ca, n. [LL.; so called from Veronica, a woman who, according to an old legend, as Christ was carrying the cross, wiped his face with a cloth, which received an impression of his countenance; Veronica is fr. MGr. ?, fr.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Veronica — Ve*ron i*ca, n. [LL.; so called from Veronica, a woman who, according to an old legend, as Christ was carrying the cross, wiped his face with a cloth, which received an impression of his countenance; Veronica is fr. MGr. ?, fr. Macedonian ?, for… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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