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娘に持参金を付けて嫁にやる - 斎藤和英大辞典
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From Late Middle English endowen, endouen, enduen, indouen, indw (“to provide with assets, a livelihood, or privileges; to bestow, grant; (比喩的に) to favour; to endow”), from Anglo-Norman endouer, from Old French en- (prefix meaning ‘in, into’) + douer (“to endow”) (from Latin dōtāre (present active infinitive of dōtō (“to endow”)); modern French douer). Dōtō is derived from dōs (“dowry; endowment, gift”) (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *deh₃- (“to give”)) + -ō (suffix forming regular first-conjugation verbs).
- (transitive, archaic or obsolete) To provide with a dower (“the portion that a widow receives from her deceased husband's property”) or a dowry (“property given to a bride”).
- 1611, The Holy Bible, […] (King James Version), imprinted at London: By Robert Barker, […], OCLC 964384981, Exodus 22:16–17, column 1:
- 1628, Edw[ard] Coke, “Dower”, in The First Part of the Institvtes of the Lawes of England. […], London: Printed [by Adam Islip] for the Societe of Stationers, OCLC 84760833, book I, chapter 47, page 38:
- Also if a man ſeiſed in Fee Simple beeing within age endoweth his wife at the Monaſterie or Church doore, and dieth, and his wife enter, in this caſe the heire of the huſband may out her. But otherwiſe it is, (as it ſeemeth) where the father is ſeiſed in fee, and the ſonne within age endoweth his wife ex aſſenſu patris, the Father being then of full age.
- 1766, William Blackstone, “Of Freeholds, Not of Inheritance”, in Commentaries on the Laws of England, book II (Of the Rights of Things), Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press, OCLC 65350522, page 130:
- [T]he reaſon, which our law gives for adopting it [i.e., dower], is a very plain and a ſenſible one; for the ſuſtenance of the wife, and the nurture and education of the younger children. [...] 1. Who may be endowed. She muſt be the actual wife of the party at the time of the deceaſe. If ſhe be divorced a vinculo matrimonii, ſhe ſhall not be endowed; [...]
- 1823, Peter Lovelass; Niel Gow, “Of the Descent of Real Estates, or Estates of Inheritance. […]”, in The Law’s Disposal of a Person’s Estate who Dies without Will or Testament. […], 11th edition, London: Printed for R. Pheney, Charles Hunter, J. and W. T. Clarke, and H[enry] Butterworth, OCLC 976021638, section II (How the Law Disposes of a Wife’s Real Estate; […]), page 125:
- A widow may be endowed of all her husband's lands, tenements, and hereditaments, corporeal or incorporeal, under the restrictions before-mentioned, unless there be some special reason to the contrary. Thus, a woman shall not be endowed of a castle built for defence of the realm, because it ought not to be divided. But of a castle that is only for the private use and habitation of the owner, a woman shall be endowed.
- (transitive) To give property to (someone) as a gift; specifically, to provide (a person または institution) with support in the form of a permanent fund of money or other benefits.
- 1623, Iohn Speed [i.e., John Speed], “Iohn, Dvke of Normandie, Gvyen, and Avqitaine, &c. […]”, in The Historie of Great Britaine vnder the Conqvests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans. […], 2nd revised and enlarged edition, London: Printed by Iohn Beale, for George Hvmble, […], OCLC 150671135, book 9, paragraph 63, page 588, column 1:
- His [John, King of England's] Acts and Orders for the Weale-publike were beyond moſt: he being either the firſt, or the chiefeſt, who appointed thoſe noble Formes of Ciuill gouernement in London, and moſt Citties, & Incorporate Townes of England, endowing them alſo with their greateſt Franchiſes; [...]
- 1713, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum [i.e., Gilbert Burnet], “The Additional Chapter. Chap. X. Of Presentations to Benefices, and Simony”, in The New Preface and Additional Chapter to the Third Edition of the Pastoral Care. […], London: Printed for D. Midwinter […], and B. Cowse […]; [a]nd sold by A. Baldwin […], OCLC 1102730747, pages 27–28:
- 1841 February–November, Charles Dickens, “Barnaby Rudge”, in Master Humphrey’s Clock, volume III, London: Chapman & Hall, […], OCLC 633494058, chapter 20, page 46:
- 1999, Rupert Graf Strachwitz, “Foundations in Germany and Their Revival in East Germany after 1989”, in Helmut K. Anheier and Stefan Toepler, editors, Private Funds, Public Purpose: Philanthropic Foundations in International Perspective (Nonprofit かつ Civil Society Studies), New York, N.Y.: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, →ISBN, page 232:
- The blessing of private initiative for public affairs is destined to be appreciated more deeply. Empty government coffers and a regular exchange of views with experts from all over the world add impetus, even if concepts developed indigenously sometimes still lack a realistic approach to the vital issue of endowing and funding new foundations.
- (transitive) Followed by with, or rarely by of: to enrich or furnish with some faculty or quality.
- [c. 1471, John Fortescue, “Here is Shewid, What off the Kynges Livelod Geven awey, mey Beste be Taken a Geyn”, in Charles Plummer, editor, The Governance of England: Otherwise Called The Difference between an Absolute and a Limited Monarchy […] (in Middle English), London: Oxford University Press; Humphrey Milford, published 1885 (1926 printing), OCLC 1342598, page 135:
- Wherby we bith lerned þat it shalnot only be goode to owre prince, but also to vs selff, that he be well indowed; ffor ellis the patriarke wolde not haue made such a trety.
- 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Qveene. […], London: Printed [by John Wolfe] for VVilliam Ponsonbie, OCLC 960102938, book II, canto III, stanza 25, page 225:
- 1599, The First Booke of the Preservation of King Henry the Vij. when He was but Earle of Richmond, Grandfather to the Queenes Maiesty: […], imprinted at London: By R. B. […], OCLC 18657886; republished as J[ohn] P[ayne] C[ollier], editor, The First Booke of the Preservation of King Henry the Vij. […] (Illustrations of Old English Literature; no. 11), [London?: s.n.], 1866, OCLC 29140658, page 31:
- 1637, John Sym, “The Self-murderers Motives to Kill Themselves”, in Lifes Preservative against Self-killing. Or, A Vsefvl Treatise Concerning Life and Self-murder; […], London: Printed by M[iles] Flesher, for R[obert] Dawlman, and L[uke] Fawne, […], OCLC 43158044, §4 (Of Misunderstood Scripture Perverting the Iudgement; かつ the Remedy thereof), page 199:
- Firſt, it is needfull that we be indowed with humility of ſpirit, that denying our owne ſelves and carnall reaſon, wee may ſubmit to take ſuch ſence and meaning of the Scripture, as it of it ſelfe affords, with the aſſiſtance of the helps of the Church; and not to impoſe upon it any ſenſe of our owne making; [...]
- 1811, Benjamin Stillingfleet, chapter VIII, in W[illiam] Coxe, editor, Literary Life and Select Works of Benjamin Stillingfleet, […], volume I (Literary Life), London: Printed by J[ames] Nichols and Son, […]; for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, […], OCLC 951854294, page 119:
- 1818, [Mary Shelley], chapter VII, in Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus. In Three Volumes, volume III, London: Printed [by Macdonald and Son] for Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor, & Jones, OCLC 830979744, page 173:
- 1860, Nathaniel Hawthorne, “A Walk on the Campagna”, in The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni. [...] In Two Volumes, volume II, Boston, Mass.: Ticknor and Fields, OCLC 459816658, page 237:
- [T]he sculptor lifted it [a round block of stone], turned it hither and thither in his hands, brushed off the clinging soil, and finally placed it on the slender neck of the newly discovered statue. The effect was magical. It immediately lighted up and vivified the whole figure, endowing it with personality, soul, and intelligence.
- 1890 October 13, James Gibbons, “Introduction”, in James Jeffrey Roche; Mrs. John Boyle O’Reilly [i.e., Mary Agnes Murphy], editor, Life of John Boyle O’Reilly, [...] Together with His Complete Poems and Speeches, New York, N.Y.: Cassell Publishing Company, […], published 1891, OCLC 896509336, page vi:
- 1993, H. Zghal; D. R. Strong, “A Perspective on the Use of Sensors in Robot Materials Handling”, in M. B. Zaremba, editor, Information Control Problems in Manufacturing Technology 1992: Selected Papers from the 7th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IMACS/ISPE Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 25–28 May 1992 (IFAC Symposia Series), Oxford, Oxfordshire: Published for the International Federation of Automatic Control by Pergamon Press, →ISBN, page 129, column 2:
- 2005, Maurice H. P. M. van Putten, “Superluminal Motion in the Quasar 3C273”, in Gravitational Radiation, Luminous Black Holes, and Gamma-ray Burst Supernovae, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire; New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, page 1:
- 2015, Michael C[harles] Corballis, “Wandering into Other Minds”, in The Wandering Mind: What the Brain Does when You’re Not Looking, Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226238753.001.0001, →ISBN, page 77:
- Just as we may endow people with physical properties, so we sometimes endow physical objects with human-like personalities or subjective states. Perhaps because of their capacity for interior accommodation, cars, ships, airplanes and even houses are often given female characteristics or referred to as 'she'.
- 2016 April 7, Peter Bradshaw, “Dheepan review – a crime drama packed with epiphanic grandeur”, in Katharine Viner, editor, The Guardian, London: Guardian News & Media, ISSN 0261-3077, OCLC 229952407, archived from the original on 30 December 2018:
- (transitive) Usually in the passive: to naturally furnish (with something).
- 1561, Baldassare Castiglione, “The Fourth Booke of the Courtyer of Count Baldessar Castilio unto Maister Alphonsus Aristo”, in Thomas Hoby, transl.; W[illiam] E[rnest] Henley, editor, The Book of the Courtier: From the Italian of Count Baldassare Castiglione: Done into English (The Tudor Translations; XXIII), London: Published by David Nutt […], published 1900, OCLC 633457807, pages 337–338:
- 1744, J[ohn] T[heophilus] Desaguliers, “Lecture X. Hydrostaticks.”, in A Course of Experimental Philosophy, volume II, London: Printed for W. Innys, […]; M. Senex, […]; and T[homas] Longman, […], OCLC 895076318, page 349:
- [T]he late Monſ. Du Faye [i.e., Charles François de Cisternay du Fay] obſerv'd, that there were two Sorts of Electricity, and that Bodies which are endow'd with one Sort of Electricity attract thoſe which are endow'd with the other Sort of Electricity, whilſt they repel thoſe which have the ſame Electricity.
- 1787 December, “Art. XI. Chemical Essays. By R. Watson, […] Vol. V. 12mo. 4s. sewed. Evans. 1787. [book review]”, in The Monthly Review; or, Literary Journal, Enlarged, volume LXXVII, London: Printed for R[alph] Griffiths; and sold by T[homas] Becket, […], published 1794, OCLC 901376714, page 469:
- 1859 November 24, Charles Darwin, “Recapitulation and Conclusion”, in On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, […], London: John Murray, […], OCLC 1029641431, page 482:
- A few naturalists, endowed with much flexibility of mind, and who have already begun to doubt on the immutability of species, may be influenced by this volume; but I look with confidence to the future, to young and rising naturalists, who will be able to view both sides of the question with impartiality.
- 1905 June 1, “Letter from Paris”, in The Monthly Musical Record, volume XXXV, number 414, London: Augener Limited, […], OCLC 7528549, page 113, column 1:
- A young violinist, thirteen years old—Mischa Elman—made his first appearance in Paris on April 2nd, in his own concert at the Salle de Agriculteurs. [...] Mischa Elman, indeed, is endowed with most precious gifts, for his art combines the legendary virtuosity of [Niccolò] Paganini with the fulness of sound, the purity of style, and the nobility of expression of [Joseph] Joachim.
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室内照明システムにおいて、居住者に寛ぎや安らぎを与えるような空間演出をする。 - 特許庁
アクチュエータ１０８は、容器から１つの試験ストリップを分与するために係合する部材を作動する。 - 特許庁
賦形ロール1を、賦形ロールパターンa表面に低熱伝導性を賦与するために表面処理Kを施したロールとする。 - 特許庁
素子自体がメモリ性を有するように制御可能な有機ＥＬ素子、およびこれを用いた有機ＥＬディスプレイを提供すること。 - 特許庁
An electric conductivity-providing agent is added to a flexible urethane foam, followed by addition of an aliphatic dibasic acid ester and an ether-ester so as to endow the flexible urethane foam with electric conductivity.例文帳に追加
軟質発泡ウレタンに導電剤を添加後、更に脂肪族二塩基酸エステル、エーテルエステルを添加して成る事を特徴とする、軟質発泡ウレタンの導電化法。 - 特許庁
To provide a method to endow calcia with a sufficient hydration resistance using an inexpensive additive so as to solve the problem inherent in the existing hydration preventive technologies and a highly hydration resistant calcia material.例文帳に追加
従来の水和防止技術が有していた課題を解決しようとするものであり、安価な添加物を使用し、カルシアに十分な耐水和性を付与する方法及び高耐水和性カルシア質材料を提供する。 - 特許庁
By this, an outside load is dispersed through the large number of grooves at its impression to endow with large bending strength, which prevents the given elements formed inside from being damaged.例文帳に追加
これにより、外部荷重の印加時に、前記多数の溝を通じて荷重を分散させてより大きい曲げ強度を持たせて、内部に形成された所定の素子が損なわれることを防止することのできる平板表示装置を提供するという利点がある。 - 特許庁
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