See also:part repeated, coupled, &c . The word appears as a substantive with the
See also:special meaning of the appearance to a
See also:person of his own apparition, generally regarded as a warning, or of such an apparition of one living person to another, the German Doppelganger (see
See also:APPARITIONS) . Another word often used with this meaning is " fetch." According to the New
See also:Dictionary, "fetch " is chiefly of Irish usage, and may possibly be connected with " fetch," to bring or carry away, but it may be a
See also:separate word . The Corpus Glossary of the beginning of the loth century seems to identify a word fcecce with mcere, meaning a goblin which appears in " nightmare." "
See also:Double " is also used of a person whose resemblance to another is peculiarly striking or remarkable, so that confusion between them may easily arise .
DOUBLE BASS (Fr. contrebasse; Ger. Kontrabass, Gros...
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