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Definition of Ingulfing

Ingulfing
Ingulf In*gulf", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Ingulfed; p. pr. & vb. n. Ingulfing.] [Cf. Engulf.] [Written also engulf.] To swallow up or overwhelm in, or as in, a gulf; to cast into a gulf. See Engulf. A river large . . . Passed underneath ingulfed. --Milton.

Meaning of Ingulfing from wikipedia

- Ingulf (Latin: Ingulphus; died 16 November 1109) was a Benedictine abbot of Crowland, head of Crowland Abbey in Lincolnshire. Ingulf was an Englishman...
- also known as the Chronicle of Ingulf or Ingulphus after its supposed original compiler, the 11th-century abbot Ingulf. As that section of the text is...
- Ingulf the Mad is a fantasy novel by American writer Paul Edwin Zimmer, the fourth book in his Dark Border series. It differs from the previous three novels...
- Pseudo-Ingulf is the name given to an unknown English author of the Historia Monasterii Croylandensis, also known as the Croyland Chronicle. Nothing certain...
- Ingulf was an 11th-century Benedictine abbot of Crowland (Croyland). Ingulf (also Ingulph; Anglo-Saxon Ingwulf, Old Norse Ingólfr) is a Germanic given...
- Ingulf Nossek (14 February 1944 – 19 July 1999) was a German water polo player. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1972 Summer Olympics. Evans...
- of the lower cl****es, on the side of the barbarians. — Ingulf 1908, p. 58 Although Pseudo-Ingulf may have had access to genuine do****ents at Croyland Abbey...
- (all in the sixth century). Other combinations such as masculine Inguin, Ingulf, Ingobald, feminine Inghildis, Ingedrudis, Ingoflidis, as well as the short...
- Christ Church Priory Benedictine monks foundation unknown (before 1076) by Ingulf; dissolved before 1076(?) 52°37′26″N 1°17′36″E / 52.6239214°N 1.2932968°E...
- histories attributed to the 11th-century Abbot Ingulf are now thought to be 14th-century inventions of Pseudo-Ingulf, thus casting doubt on the charming story...
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