What does four score and ten mean and where does the term 'score' come from?
Answer = 90. Four score and ten refers to years. A 'score' is twenty, so four of them would be 80, plus ten, it's 90. The term 'score' was used in the bible and in famous speeches.
The word score originates from Old English scoru "twenty," from Old Norse skor "mark, tally", in the sense of say, a shepherd making a mark on a tally stick when counting sheep. Its use in the Bible is simply that of a common word at the time of translation then falling into disuse though language change.
The word score originates from Old English scoru "twenty," from Old Norse skor "mark, tally", in the sense of say, a shepherd making a mark on a tally stick when counting sheep. Its use in the Bible is simply that of a common word at the time of translation then falling into disuse though language change.
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The phrase "fourscore and ten" does not appear in any translation of the Bible that I've been able to find. The American Standard Version and the King James Version do use the archaic term "score", meaning "twenty". Example from Psalms 90:10: The days of our years are threescore years and ten (th…at would total 70 years); and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years (that would total 80 years), yet is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away. Beginning with the now-iconic phrase "Four score and seven years ago," Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address referred to the events of the American Revolution and described the ceremony at Gettysburg as an opportunity not only to dedicate the grounds of a cemetery, but also to consecrate the living in the struggle to ensure that "government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." (MORE)
Four score and seven years = 87 years. A "score" is 20. Abraham Lincoln used this phrase as a fancy way of referring to the founding of the country (in 1776) in his Gettysburg Address, the speech he gave at the dedication of a cemetery for those who died in that devastating Civil War battle. Linco…ln likely intended an allusion to familiar biblical language (King James Version), especially to Psalm 90, in which the human life span is said to be "three score years and ten". (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \nA score is equal to 20 years, so 4 score and 7 years is 87 years.\n. \nThis phrase comes from the Gettysburg Address, a speech given by US President Abraham Lincoln on November 19, 1863. He gave the speech at the dedication of the Soldier's National Cemetery, near the si…te of the Civil War's Battle of Gettysburg which took place several months before.\n. \nThe speech begins, "Four score and seven years ago...", referring to the year 1776 (87 years before the speech was given) when the Declaration of Independence was signed. (MORE)
Three score and ten . Meaning . The span of a life. In the days that this was coined that was considered to be seventy years. . Origin . Threescore used to be used for sixty, in the way that we still use a dozen for twelve, and (occasionally) score for twenty. It has long since died out in that …usage but is still remembered in this phrase. Threescore goes back to at least 1388, as in this from John Wyclif's Bible, Leviticus 12 , at that date: . "Thre scoor and sixe daies." . There are numerous uses of 'threescore' in the Bible. Most of them refer to its simple meaning as the number sixty, for example: . "...threescore and ten bullocks, an hundred rams, and two hundred lambs: all these were for a burnt offering to the Lord." . There is a use of it that refers to the span of our lives, in Psalms 90 : . The days of our years are threescore years and ten; and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labor and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away. . As with many other Biblical phrases, this was picked up by Shakespeare. In Macbeth , we have: . Threescore and ten I can remember well: Within the volume of which time I have seen Hours dreadful and things strange; but this sore night Hath trifled former knowings. . It's an odd fact that, although Shakespeare took numerous phrases and examples of imagery from the Bible, the word Bible doesn't appear in any of his plays. (MORE)
80. One score is 20. ANSWER Four Score A Score is equal to 20 years, therefore four score is 80 years. President Lincoln used this terminology in the "Gettysburg Address." He stated "Four score and seven years ago....etc." The breakdown looks like this: A score = 20 years Four scor…e = 4 x 20 = 80 80 + 7 = 87 Four score and seven years ago = 87 years ago Viper1 . Answer . 80. A score is 20; 20 x 4 = 80. It is also the name of a piece of music used daily by the UK's Channel 4 when it started broadcasting in 1982. Four score in numbers is 4 times 20 = 80 (MORE)
87 years earlier Which means 1776 when used in Lincoln's Gettysburg Address to the nation. Because Article V of the US Constitution had specified that no amendments about importation of slaves could be addressed until 1808, which gave the nation 20 years (one score) after ratification to deal wit…h the issue of slavery, Lincoln may have been deliberately alluding to the fact that our nation had ignored this issue four times over that allotted by our founders. (MORE)
Where? Urbana IL of all places. Refer to this Wiki page for a good overview: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten-code
A 'score' = 10 years. So, 4 score + 10 = 47 years Hope this has helped. A Canadian Friend Sorry. Just a typo. 4 Score & 7 = 47 years (1 score = 10 years) Answer Perhaps score has a different meaning in Canada, but in the U.S. one score is twenty. Thus "four score and seven" equals 87. confir…m: Yes, 87 is correct. At least, that is what Lincoln meant when he said it in the Gettysburg Address. There is no difference in meaning in Canada. "Canadian friend" is simply mistaken. Note that Lincoln's use of the expression "four score and seven years ago" referred to 1776, the year of the Declaration of Independence (which he quotes in the next line), 87 years before the Battle of Gettysburg. In fact, that battle had ended on July 3, 1863, with Lee's army leaving the field on the 4th of July. At the same time (on July 4) Grant's siege of Vicksburg came to a successful conclusion. Lincoln thought the timing of these two major victories significant, and remarked about it just after Gettysburg. Thus was born the idea for the Gettysburg Address delivered at the dedication of the national cemetery there on November 19. As for why Lincoln changed his original "87", this, like many other utterances by Lincoln, was likely influenced by a biblical expression, viz., the reference in Psalm 90 (in the King James Version's wording) to the lifespan of a man being "three score years and ten..." (MORE)
FOUR SCORE AND TEN = 90. A score is 20 therefore 4 score is 4 x 20 =80 + 10 = 90
To "score" something means to roughen up the surface. Typically, this is done to increase the adhesive quality or to prepare a surface bond with another.
A score is twenty years, so 4 score is 80 years and 'four score and seven' means 87 years.
A score is 20 years . Four score is 80 years. Thank Abe Lincoln for bringing this wonderful term to us in a way that it keeps "hanging on" through generations that might have forgotten other old units of measure.
A score, when referring to a number is 20, so four score is 20 x 4 = 80
Score is a written musical composition; parts for different instruments appear on separate staves on large pages it can also be the mark out of 10 you get for performing but whenever you come across it, it will be a written musical composition form,
A "score" is twenty years, so four score and seven is a total of 87 years
\nscore is a set of twenty \nso 4 x 20 + 10 = 90 years ago.
The quote is 3 score and 10, referring to mans lot i.e. life expectancy: a score being 20 so 3 x 20 + 10 = 70 that's yer lot!
A score is twenty and time is measured in years, so the answer is 80 years!
"Three score" means 60. The word "score" in this sense means 20 of something, a usage that was more common in the past than it is now.
In cooking, scoring the pastry would be to make a series of small cuts. Scoring allows steam/heat to escape in a chosen location rather than risk blowing out the pastry "seams" during cooking.
If you mean four score and seven years ago, it was said by Abraham Lincoln, the first words from his Gettysburg Address.
a score is 20 years, so four score and ten years ago would be 90 years
"Scores" means "groups of 20", just as "dozens" means "groups of 12". "Score" is ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European root (s)ker -, meaning "to cut" (another English descendant is "shear"). English still uses the word "score" to refer to a notch or line made by a sharp instrument. Scores cut in… wooden tally sticks were used in counting, a fact we still make unwitting reference to today when we talk about "keeping score". Sometime in the history of the Germanic languages, the word for the notch used to record the number 20 became a word for the number itself. (MORE)
Any number with the word "UP" next to it means that the score is tied ...
Four Score = 20 x 4 = 80 + 65 = 145 years in the past.
Literally, "four twenties and seven years ago," or "87 years ago." A score is 20. Four score is 80, and 7 is 87. So four score and seven years ago means 87 years ago. (see "Wikipedia"; "Gettysburg Address". 1863 minus 87=1776; 4th July - Declaration of Independence!) "Fourscore" means eighty (…80). A score is twenty. It's not in very common use any more, but it is a word like "dozen," which means twelve (12)--a special word for a certain number. (And a gross is 12 x 12, or 144.) So if a score = 20, fourscore = 4 x 20 = 80. And 7 makes 87. 1 score = 20 years 4 score = 80 years 4 score 7 years = 87 years (MORE)
1 score = 20 4 score = 80 Four score and seven = 87 years. 87 years after 1776 was 1863. Nine score and thirteen years after our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, the children of that nation first set foot upon the moon. They took one small step for a man, and cam…e in peace for all mankind. (MORE)
It is a Biblical way of saying eighty. Lincoln used it to add gravitas to his speech at Gettysburg.
A score is 20. For popular example in Abraham Lincoln's speech (The Gettysburg Address) He uses the words "Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth...." and so on he is clearly saying 87 years due to the Declaration of Independence which happened 87 years earlier.
A score is an Old English word for '20', therefore four score would be '80'
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If you are thinking of the word 'score' as a span of life, it is ofbiblical origin, Leviticus 12 and Psalms 90 which quotes 'there isa use of it that refers to a span of our lives' - 'the days of ouryears are three score years and ten'. Also borrowed by Shakespearein Macbeth as 'Three score and ten …I can remember well,' The spanof life was then considered to be three score and ten, in otherwords 70 years (MORE)