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" With respect to the piccadil, or, as Jonson writes it, Picardil, (as if he supposed the fashion of wearing it to be derived from Picardy,) the term is simply a diminutive of picca (Span, and Ital.) a spear-head, and was given to this article of foppery,... "
The Miscellaneous Works in Prose and Verse of Sir Thomas Overbury, Knt: Now ... - Страница 287
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and ..., Том 5

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...be de.ifed from Picardy,) the term is simply a diminutive of picca (Span, and lial.) a spear-head, and was given to this article of foppery, from a fancied...stiffened plaits to the bristled points of those weapons. Blount thinks, and apparently with justice, that Piccadilly took its name from the sale of the " small...

The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and ..., Том 5

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...derived from Picardy,) the term is simply a diminutive of picca (Span, and Ital.) a. sprar-lii-ail, and was given to this article of foppery, from a fancied...stiffened plaits to the bristled points of those weapons. Blount thinks, and apparently with justice, that Piccadilly took its name from the sale of the " small...

Virginia Literary Museum and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, &c, Том 1

1829
...Picardllo or Piccadlls, a term which is, according to Gifford, simply a diminutive of plcca, a spearhead, and was given to this article of foppery, from a fancied...of its stiffened plaits to the bristled points of these weapons. Blount thinks, and perhaps with justice that the street "Piccadilly" in London, took...

Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages

1844
...has a note on this ; — " Picardil is simply a diminutive of picca, (Span, and Ital.), a spear head, and was given to this article of foppery from a fancied...stiffened plaits to the bristled points of those weapons. Blount thinks, and apparently with justice, that Piccadilly took its name from the sale of the ' small...

Fraser's Magazine, Том 30

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1844
...words." " Picardil," says Gifford, " is simply a diminutive of picca (Span, and Ital.), a spear -head, and was given to this article of foppery from a fancied resemblance of its stiffened plaits to tbe bristled points of those weapons. Blount thinks, and apparently with justice, that Piccadilly took...

The Works of Beaumont & Fletcher: The Text Formed from a New ..., Том 8

Francis Beaumont - 1845
...to be derived from Picardy), the term is simply a diminutive of picca (Span, and Ital.) a spearhead, and was given to this article of foppery, from a fancied...stiffened plaits to the bristled points of those weapons." Giflbrd's note on Jonson's Works, v. 55. — I have rejected, as quite unconnected with the text, what...

Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Till the ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1846 - 618 страници
...to Ben Jonson, says : " Picardil is simply a diminutive of picee (Span, and Ital.), a spear-head ; and was given to this article of foppery from a fancied...of its stiffened plaits to the bristled points of these weapons." Blount thinks, and apparently with justice, that Piccadilly took its name from " the...

Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Till the ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1846 - 618 страници
...notes to Ben Jonson, says: " Picardil is simply a diminutive of pica (Span, and Ital.), a spear-head ; and was given to this article of foppery from a fancied resemblance of its stiffened plaits to the bristiqd points of these weapons." Blount thinks, and apparently with justice, that Piccadilly took...

Notes and Queries, Том 8

1853
...in Ben Jonson, says : ' Picardil is simply a diminutive of picca (Span, and Ital,), a spear-head ; and was given to this article of foppery from a fancied...of its stiffened plaits to the bristled points of these weapons. Blount thinks, and apparently with justice, that Picadilly took its name from the sale...

The Miscellaneous Works in Prose and Verse of Sir Thomas Ovebury, Knt., Now ...

Sir Thomas Overbury, Edward Francis Rimbault - 1856 - 311 страници
...Glossographia, ed. 1656. Gifford says, " the term is simply a diminutive ofpicca (Span, and Ital.) a spear-head, and was given to this article of foppery, from a fancied resemblance of its stifiened plaits to the bristled points of those weapons." — Jonson's Works, v. 55. Page 85, line...




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