To depart to set on
- To withdraw ones self from to go away from to depart from as to leave the house
- Liberty approved through which restraint or illegality is taken away permission allowance permit
- To raise to levy
- To send leaves to leaf often without
- work or perhaps to be able to become in a specified state
- have gone or have actually as a remainder
- make a chance or provide opportunity for; permit become attainable or cause to stay
- remove oneself from a link with or participation in
- create thus or residue
- placed into the treatment or defense of somebody
- send (understanding or abilities)
- leave or provide by will after your death
- go away from a location
- transfer of or depart from
- go and then leave at the rear of, either intentionally or by neglect or forgetfulness
- be survived by after your demise
- leave behind inadvertently
- leave unchanged or undisturbed or try to avoid taking
- the time scale of the time when you may be absent from work or responsibility
- authorization to accomplish some thing
- the work of departing politely
- To distribute leaves; to leaf; -- usually without having.
- to increase; to levy.
- Liberty granted in which discipline or illegality is removed; authorization; allowance; permit.
- The work of leaving or departing; an official parting; a making; farewell; adieu; -- utilized mainly in the phrase, to just take keep, i. e., actually, to take authorization to go.
- To withdraw one's self from; to go from; to leave from; since, to go out of the home.
- To let remain unremoved or undone; to let remain or carry on, in difference from what exactly is eliminated or changed.
- To stop from; to desist from; to avoid.
- To desert; to abandon; to forsake; for this reason, to give up; to relinquish.
- To let be or do without disturbance; because, we left him to their reflections; we leave my hearers to judge.
- to place; to place; to deposit; to produce; to dedicate; to submit -- with a sense of withdrawing one's self from; as, keep your cap in hall; we left our cards; to leave the problem to arbitrators.
- To have remaining at death; for this reason, to bequeath; as, he left a large estate; he left an excellent title; he left a history to his niece.
- To depart; setting away.
- To cease; to desist; to leave down.
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to provide or dispose of by will. "your message 'leave,' as put on the topic- matter, prima facie implies a disposition by might." Thorley v. Thorley, 10 East, 438; Carr v. Effinger, 78 Va. 203.
Old English l
- "permission," Old English leafe "leave, authorization, permit," dative and accusative of leaf "permission," from Proto-Germanic *lauba (cognates: Old Norse leyfi "permission," Old Saxon orlof, Old Frisian orlof, German Urlaub "leave of lack"), from PIE *leubh- "to care, need, love, accept" (see love (n.)). Cognate with Old English lief "dear," the original concept becoming "approval resulting from satisfaction." Compare love, think. In armed forces sense, it is attested from 1771.
(v. i.) To send leaves; to leaf; -- usually without having.
- (v. t.) To boost; to levy.
- (n.) Liberty given in which discipline or illegality is removed; permission; allowance; license.
- (letter.) The act of making or departing; a formal parting; a leaving; farewell; adieu; -- used chiefly into the expression, to just take keep, i. e., literally, to take authorization to go.
- (v.) To withdraw an individual's self from; going far from; to leave from; since, to leave the home.
- (v.) To allow stay unremoved or undone; to allow remain or continue, in distinction from what exactly is eliminated or altered.
- (v.) To stop from; to desist from; to refrain from.
- (v.) To desert; to abandon; to forsake; ergo, to quit; to relinquish.
- (v.) To allow be or do without disturbance; because, we left him to his reflections; I leave my hearers to guage.
- (v.) To put; to place; to deposit; to supply; to devote; to distribute -- with a sense of withdrawing your self from; as, leave your cap into the hallway; we left our cards; to leave the problem to arbitrators.
- (v.) To have staying at demise; thus, to bequeath; as, he left a large property; he left a good name; he left a legacy to his niece.
- (v. i.) To depart; to set aside.
- (v. i.) To cease; to desist; to go out of off.
He does not tell us how it was prepared, but he describes the method of subliming it, which can leave no doubt that it was real sal ammoniac. In the Opera mineralia of Isaac Hollandus the elder, there is likewise a description of the mode of subliming sal ammoniac. Basil Valentine, in his Currus triumphalis antimonii, describes some of the peculiar properties of sal ammoniac in, if possible, a still less equivocal manner.