According to Morten's List, this toast may have arisen from the Bible story found in the 9th chapter of the Gospel of John, this morning's Second Lesson, where "mud in the eye" is a medium of healing and well-being, like that beverage that's about to go down!
Possibly could also be connected with Ananias of the New Testament- who gives back the blinded Saul- become Paul, upon the road to Damascus - his sight, with the help of 'mud in his eyes'. This is just a suggestion on my part.
A mud crack would be considered of sedimentary origin.
In the Bible story where Jesus heals a blind man by putting mud in his eye and his sight is miraculously restored (Mark 8)
It comes from the Gospel of John 9:6-7. This is the story of Jesus healing the man born blind...by putting mud, made from spittle and dust, in his eyes and telling him to go wash it off in the Pool of Siloam. It became common in WW! trenches, as mud was everywhere, and in everything, including the drinks.
The origin of the idiom "hog heaven" is based on the happiness pigs experience when they roll in the mud.
Mud colored brown
The White Shadow - 1978 Here's Mud in Your Eye 1-2 was released on: USA: 4 December 1978
Why would you poke your eye? oh well...heres wat u do: 1.Panic 2.scream 3.call 911
It is just an idiom and has no history.
Shale is a sedimentary rock formed from mud on the bottoms of bodies of water and in floodplains.
according to Islam and Koran Allah created Adam from mud.
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In the 16th Century the word 'mud' was used to describe anything that was worthless and was linked with other English phrases such as 'dragged through the mud - mud in your eye. In the 19th century more phrases came into being, such as 'as thick as mud - as rich as mud - as fat as mud'. It was only a matter of time before the word was used in connection with someone's name. Thus an insult came into being as 'your name is mud' meaning you are unpopular.
mud and food colouring
Samuel Mudd is sometimes given as the origin of the phrase "your name is mud", as in, for example, the 2007 film National Treasure: Book of Secrets. However, according to an online etymology dictionary, this phrase has its earliest known recorded instance in 1823, ten years before Mudd's birth, and is based on an obsolete sense of the word "mud" meaning "a stupid twaddling fellow".
heres a short list- * Pink eye- conjunctivitis * Blepharitis * Cellulitis * Keratitis * Corneal Ulcer * Trachoma of course there are more list corneal tumers, color blindness etc..... heres a short list- * Pink eye- conjunctivitis * Blepharitis * Cellulitis * Keratitis * Corneal Ulcer * Trachoma of course there are more list corneal tumers, color blindness etc.....
Ehtesham means EYE ........Arabic origin.
Eye of the Tiger, was done by Survivor.
It refers to Dr Samual Mudd who was imprisoned after being implicated in the assination of Abraham Lincoln. He was later released but not pardoned - hence the 'mud(d) sticks' saying.
In races it is to keep the dirt/mud out of their eyes. The flaps allow them to see where there going and protect against all the mud/dirt that is flung up when horses run.
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heres the sheehy family cresthttp://www.houseofnames.com/xq/asp.fc/qx/sheehy-family-crest.htmhope that helps
it is an old military term for good sight
spying or looking someone all the time
Does it mean who worships the devil? But no, it has nothing to do with the devil. It is the all seeing eye of god, the Eye of Providence, whose origin goes back to to the Udjat, or the Eye of Horus.
The origin is in Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood's book "Cat's Eye". (see related link)