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Furbish
Furbish Fur"bish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Furbished; p. pr. & vb. n. Furbishing.] [OE. forbischen, OF. forbir, furbir, fourbir, F. fourbir, fr. OHG. furban to clean. See -ish.] To rub or scour to brightness; to clean; to burnish; as, to furbish a sword or spear. --Shak. Furbish new the name of John a Gaunt. --Shak.
Furbishable
Furbishable Fur"bish*a*ble, a. Capable of being furbished.
Furbished
Furbish Fur"bish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Furbished; p. pr. & vb. n. Furbishing.] [OE. forbischen, OF. forbir, furbir, fourbir, F. fourbir, fr. OHG. furban to clean. See -ish.] To rub or scour to brightness; to clean; to burnish; as, to furbish a sword or spear. --Shak. Furbish new the name of John a Gaunt. --Shak.
Furbisher
Furbisher Fur"bish*er, n. [Cf. F. fourbisseur.] One who furbishes; esp., a sword cutler, who finishes sword blades and similar weapons.
Furbishing
Furbish Fur"bish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Furbished; p. pr. & vb. n. Furbishing.] [OE. forbischen, OF. forbir, furbir, fourbir, F. fourbir, fr. OHG. furban to clean. See -ish.] To rub or scour to brightness; to clean; to burnish; as, to furbish a sword or spear. --Shak. Furbish new the name of John a Gaunt. --Shak.
Refurbish
Refurbish Re*fur"bish (r?*f?r"b?sh), v. t. To furbish anew.

Meaning of Urbis from wikipedia

- admission fee, Urbis shook off its white elephant title as visitor numbers rose and over a quarter of visitors came from outside the city. Urbis closed in...
- Forma urbis Romae (Rome, 1960) Rodríguez Almeida, Emilio. "Aggiornamento topografico dei colli Oppio, Cispio e Viminale secondo la Forma Urbis marmorea"...
- (Latin: [ab ˈʊrbɛ ˈkɔndɪtaː]; 'from the founding of the City'), or Anno urbis conditae (Latin: [ˈan.no̯‿ʊrbɪs ˈkɔndɪtae̯]; 'in the year since the City's...
- the DUIS or Integral Sustainable Urban Development Certification. In 1981 Urbis was formed by a group of young entrepreneurs who raised 70,000 USD to start...
- of custos urbis (guardian of the city) to serve as the king's chief lieutenant. Appointed by the king to serve for life, the custos urbis served concurrently...
- subsequent events to 896, the so-called De bellis Parisiacæ urbis or Bella Parisiacæ urbis ("Wars of the City of Paris"). Abbo also left some sermons for...
- inscription at the Lateran Basilica, after which the church is: omnium urbis et orbis Ecclesiarum mater et caput - "the head and mother of all churches...
- being taken from the "Liber Censuum": De muro urbis (concerning the wall of the city); De portis urbis (the gates of the city); De miliaribus (the milestones);...
- The Diocese of Rome (Latin: Dioecesis Urbis seu Romana; Italian: Diocesi di Roma) is the ecclesiastical district under the direct jurisdiction of the...
- The Notitia Urbis Constantinopolitanae is an ancient "regionary", i.e., a list of monuments, public buildings and civil officials in Constantinople during...
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