Definition of Allonge. Meaning of Allonge. Synonyms of Allonge

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Definition of Allonge

Allonge
Allonge Al*longe", n. [F. allonge, earlier alonge, a lengthening. See Allonge, v., and cf. Lunge.] 1. (Fencing) A thrust or pass; a lunge. 2. A slip of paper attached to a bill of exchange for receiving indorsements, when the back of the bill itself is already full; a rider. [A French usage] --Abbott.
Allonge
Allonge Al*longe", v. i. [F. allonger; [`a] (L. ad) + long (L. longus) long.] To thrust with a sword; to lunge.

Meaning of Allonge from wikipedia

- An allonge (from French allonger, "to draw out") is a slip of paper affixed to a negotiable instrument, as a bill of exchange, for the purpose of receiving...
- Ojibwa word maashkinoozhe, meaning "ugly pike", by way of French masque allongé (modified from the Ojibwa word by folk etymology), "elongated face."[citation...
- with 9–12 bars 130–150 ml.[citation needed] In French it is called café allongé. A caffè lungo should not be mistaken for a caffè americano (an espresso...
- Auguste Allongé (19 March 1833, Paris - 4 July 1898, Bourron-Marlotte) was a French painter, illustrator and engraver. He enrolled at the École nationale...
- straight, behind the body. The arm positions can vary and are generally allongé. The foot of the supporting leg may be flat on the floor, on the heel of...
- d'Olivier (1827–1870) was a French photographer. The pose of d'Olivier's Nu Allonge, etude was used by Richard Hamilton in his last, unfinished work, based...
- offence committed by a soldier, ought to convey a pardon for the offence." Allonge Collegatary Contorts "Despatches, correspondence, and memoranda of Field...
- itself, on the back of the do****ent, or attached to the do****ent as an allonge. Four types of do****ents are mentioned in the convention: court do****ents...
- the four corners of the instrument or in endor****t on the note or in allonge) or indicate that it is payable to the individual holding the contract...
- Nu Allongé...
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