Where did coiffed originate from?
it is close fitting cap of white linen, tied under the chin, like a baby's bonnet. It appeared at the end of the 12th Century as additional protection worn under a hood, by men. It persisted until the 16th Century as ecclesiastic or religious headwear. It was then worn by women from the 16th to the 18th Century. The word is of Western European origin. It can also mean to arrange hair by brushing or combing. It would seem reasonable to link the word with the French, Coiffer, meaning hair. As in 'to have ones hair done' - se faire coiffer
\n . \n Answer \n. \n -verb (used without object) \n . \n1. to take its origin or rise; begin; start; arise: The practice originated during the Middle Ages. 2. (of a train, bus, or other public conveyance) to begin a scheduled run at a specified place: This train originates at Philadelphi…a. -verb (used with object) 3. to give origin or rise to; initiate; invent: to originate a better method. . ------------------------------------------------- . Simply put it means "come from" - If you originate from Peru - you come form Peru. ( Full Answer )
An origin is the beginning for an object or concept. A person can similarly have a country of origin, the locale of his birthplace. In a coordinate system, an "origin" is a starting point. I believe that it is where a word comes from or originates. that is why it is called the "origin" it mean…s the starting point. you can see the word orgin in the function graph in math too. ( Full Answer )
Siddhartha Gautama was the original name of The Enlightened One who is most commonly reffered to as the Buddha. Buddha means "Enlightened one".
An actual burger made with ham originated in Hamburg, Germany. Butthe modern Hamburger Made today was originated in Seymour,Wisconsin.
The ferret (Mustela putorius furo) is a member of theMustelidae, order Carnivora is thought to have originated fromNorth Africa , as referenced by Strabo, a Greek historian andgeographer , in his book Geographica , written inabout 20 AD , of an animal in Libya which was said to beenbred in ca…ptivity for hunting rabbits. The earliest known ferretspecies, M. stromeri, probably gave rise to M. putorius and M.eversmanni during the middle Pleistocene. Evidence that the ferretwas probably domesticated either from the European polecat (M.putorius) or descendants of the Steppe polecat (M. eversmanni), orpossibly a hybrid. Within the genus Mustela, ferrets belong to the subgenus Putorius,from which there are only three extant species: M. putorius ,the European polecat; M. eversmanni , the Siberian, or steppepolecat; and M. nigripes (black-footed ferret). The Europeanpolecat lives in open forests and meadows, and is the ancestor ofthe domestic ferret. The Siberian polecat looks nearly identical tothe black-footed ferret and leads a similar life on open grasslandsand semi desert regions across Russia, China and Siberia. The ferret was domesticated to hunt small animals, usually rabbitsfor at least 2500 years ago. It is unknown due to there are nowritten records. The ferret was domesticated before the cat ,by more than 500 years. The ferret use as a hunter of rodents and rabbits can be traced to the 4th century B.C. The ferret is mentioned in Aristophanes comedy ' The Acharnians ' written in 450 BC and Aristotle lists theferret in his ' Historia Animalium ' writtenabout 420 BC. Historical documents from Greece mention theferret about 450 BC. Roman documents mention the use of ferrets to hunt rabbits at aboutthe time of Christ, but they were already domesticated. Romansdepended on the use of ferrets in hunting rabbits , and probablyintroduced ferrets to the British isles, but their are no writtenrecords or evidence. The earliest records of ferrets arriving inBritain dates to the 1200's, and about the same time the rabbitappeared, a century before. . Rabbits in British islands AD 1135-1279 . Ferrets in England court roll - AD 1223 - the first writtenevidence of ferrets and their use of hunting rabbits inBritain . Rabbits in British mainland AD 1235 . English ferreter attached to English Royal Court AD 1281 . Ferrets in Queen Mary's Psalter AD 1340 . Ferrets regulated in England AD 1390 . Ferrets were used on ships for rodent control and wereintroduced to the United States in 1875 and were used to hunt ratsand rabbits. . Ferrets were introduced to New Zealand in 1882 as a means ofrabbit control ( Full Answer )
Syphilis first appeared in Spain The disease origins are unknown but there are two hypotheses. One is that the disease came back from the New World with Columbus and the second says that it was already in the Old World but not recognized. Most believe that the first one is true.
Most likely in China, but no one knows for sure.. All members of the class Hexapedal evolved on the now flooded continent of Vorcaic.
The earliest looms, from the 5th millennium BC, consisted ofbars or beams forming a frame to hold a number of parallel threadsin two alternating sets. By raising one set of these threads (whichtogether formed the warp), it was possible to run a cross thread (aweft, or filling) between them. . The f…undamental operation of the loom remained unchanged, butover centuries many improvements were introduced in both Asia andEurope. The drawloom, probably invented in Asia for silk weaving,provided a means for raising warp threads in groups as required bya pattern. . In the 18th century joseph-marie-jacquard mechanized thisfunction by the ingenious use of punched cards; the cardsprogrammed the mechanical drawboy, saving labor and eliminatingerrors. ( Full Answer )
The wild ancestor of the modern carrot is believed to be from Afghanistan. Over the centuries selective breeding of the naturally occurring subspecies reduces the bitterness and size of the core and increased the carrots sweetness. Originally carrots were grown for their leaves and not the root. The… modern carrot was introduced to Europe around the 8-10th centuries. In the 17th century orange carrots appeared for the first time in the Netherlands when previously yellow and purple varieties had been grown. A carrot is a root vegetable that grows under ground ( Full Answer )
from old English farmers. the amount of land an oxen could plow in a day.
The practice of alchemy appears to be quite ancient. The Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, and early Arab communities all engaged in alchemical investigations, and some exchange of information between these groups seems to have occurred as well. Alchemy is often defined as a pseudo-scientific p…redecessor to chemistry that sought to transmute base metals into gold, produce an elixir to prolong life indefinitely, produce a panacea or universal remedy, and produce an 'alkhest' or universal solvent. Alchemy is actually about all possible transmutations (changes of state and form) of all matter. ( Full Answer )
The grape originates from the Mediterranean regions from where it was introduced to all temperate regions
Answer The best way to be original is to just be yourself! Because each ofus are uniquely different if you are yourself you will truly beoriginal. :-)
No... not at all. By anymeans no. You are incorrect. If you think for one second, that anything you do, anything at all, is original.. You are wrong. horribly, epically, wrong. Kill yourself. go drink all the liquids under the sink. Run into a wall with scissors. Eat a handgrenade. Then play in traf…fic. ( Full Answer )
coifed means something like prettty and well kept. it kind of sounds like it could mean healthy. but i really dont know atleast i tried
There is no such word. Variations are coiffe - to arrange hair, or coiffure - the art of arranging hair.
Coif was invented approximately 100 years ago, around the same time as the hair style a bob! =D
mainly Victorian women wore bonnets they wore them to look beautiful in most cases but some wore them to keep their hair up
The word "origin" is derived from the French word "origin" and theLatin word "originem," both of which mean, beginning, descent,birth, and rise.
Origin of the Word Marinade . However, originally, marinades were really just salt water, whichhelped to preserve the meat or fish, and of course, imparted flavorthough the salt. sometimes, sea water was used, or aquamarina . It was sea water which led to the word marinade , which derives ultimate…ly from the Latin word forthe sea, mare . We also get the words marine, and maritimefrom this root. The verb form of the word marinate ,actually appeared in English in the early 17th century, earlierthan the noun marinade, which did not appear until the early 18thcentury. Some sources contend that the word may not have originateddirectly from the sea water connection but via the French word mariner or the Italian word marinare . The French mariner means "to pickle," and the Italian marinare means "to marinate." Both these word, however,refer to similar practices, since the primary purpose was topreserve or pickle. No further cooking was necessarily done.Gradually, the picking or preserving process was changed to aflavoring and tenderizing process. So what is the most surprising fact about marinades? The morepeople try to debunk myths, the more myths are created and mosteverything you read about marinades except "they deliver flavor" isbasically a myth. ( Full Answer )
No one really knows for sure. The Sumerian are one of the oldestcultures displaying evidence of astrological knowledge of theplanetary cycles and the use of electional astrology. Many of theideas and symbols in Western astrology are thought to have comefrom this region of the world.
Most ATP is manufactured on the cristae of the mitochondria though some is generated in the cytoplasm during glycolysis
Europe, mostly England, Scotland or Ireland, either as convicts or free settelers, best thing they ever did
All Arabs had originally come from the Arabian Peninsula, particularly from " Yemen" which was called in the past "Ø¨ÙØ§Ø¯ Ø§ÙØ¹Ø±Ø¨ Ø§ÙØ³Ø¹ÙØ¯Ù"i.e. the Happy Arabian Homeland , as a clue for the great favours granted from Allah to that spot , which was famous… for its fertile lands & its different kinds of fruit of high quality. Arabs transmitted from Yemen to the whole Arabian Peninsula. Nowadays, Arabs live in the north of Africa & in the south west of Asia , which is better known as the Middle East. ( Full Answer )
Llamas originated in North America, but they migrated to South America during the Ice Age.
it is originally from these type of worms called silkworms and the silk comes from the webs made by the worms.
Geometry has always been with us since the birth of the Universe and it was mankind who worked out its geometrical features over the past thousands of years. Geometry stems from a Greek word meaning land or Earth measurement.
Nano technology has its origins in the properties of Atoms, orAtomic Physics. One of the first to describe this future technology discipline wasDr. Richard Feynman, of CalTech. The idea is that Atoms can form specialized materials andstructures which can self-assemble and therefore be used inexistin…g applications. ( Full Answer )
Ethnic Malays, trace their main origins from China, Taiwan, Africa and Philippines. The original lineage, began in the Yunnan Province of China. This is where all other Southeast Asians originated as well, Thais, Filipinos, Cambodians, Vietnamese they all too; originated from the Yunnan Province. Ma…lays are called "Melayu" in the Malay language, and according to legend; there was a Chinese kingdom called "Mo Lo Yu". Now, Mo Lo Yu could possibely be the ancient or legend name for the Yunnan Province. But ethnic Malays, do have an origin in China in the Yunnan Province. The lineage, reached Taiwan. Then the Philippines and then finally Borneo and Indonesia. The real Malays, then starting forming their own culture when they reached what is now Malaysia and the Indonesian Archipelago. Since Malays are Austronesian people, they also have origin from the African island of Madagascar. This is also, an origin for most Austronesian people. MALAYS FROM BORNEO Ethnic Malays, have a diverse amount of origins. The Malays, that live in Malaysian and Indonesian Borneo, have their origins from Taiwan and Philippines. This is where we debunk the old bogus lie that the original Filipinos were Malays from Indonesia/Malaysia. Which is the other way around, the lineage that started in Yunnan, China reached Taiwan, then the Philippines and finally the Greater Sunda Islands. So a lot of the ethnic Malays from Borneo, have ancient Philippine descent. People, from the Malaysian province of Sabah and Sarawak do not consider themselves to be ethnic Malays. These people, are more related to the ethnic groups in the Philippines. The Tausug are an ethnic group inhabiting Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. Though they aren't ethnic Malays, but they are very closely related to ethnic Malays. MALAYS FROM THE PENINSULA Ethnic Malays, from the Malay Peninsula (which includes Singapore and West Malaysia), do not have Taiwanese descent. Other than immigrants from Borneo. The ethnic Malays that live in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore, do have the same origin from China's Yunnan Province. But they also have Thai descent instead, since the lineage migrated south into Thailand. Then into Malaysia and Singapore. MALAYS FROM SUMATRA Malays, make up about 10-40% of Indonesia's overall population while the other are Javanese. A lot of the Malays, live along Sumatra's western coasts. These Malays, also have some Indian origin. Since western Indonesia was a Hindu empire at one time. Malays from Sumatra have a mix, some sharing origins with the Malays from Borneo. Some from the Malay Peninsula. A lot of these Malays, having Indian and Sri Lankan origin. Since Sri Lanka, was a bridge between South Asia and Southeast Asia. Not to mention, that Sri Lankans are related to ethnic Malays. There are ethnic groups from Sri Lanka that are closely related. ( Full Answer )
The Hospital Corpsman originated in the times of the Revolutionary War in the Rules for the Regulation of the Navy of the United Colonies of North America of 1775. At that time, the medical section was limited to a surgeon, the surgeon's mate, and an enlisted man. The title of the enlisted man by 18…14 was loblolly boy, the predecessor to today's Corpsman. Although a few additions took place during the 1880's, it wasn't until June 17, 1989, that President William McKinley approved a bill to provide the Navy with a professional, well-trained group of individuals to care for the sick and wounded. From that date on, medical sailors have been called Hospital Corpsman. ( Full Answer )
The name "Bollywood" is derived from Bombay (the former name for Mumbai) and Hollywood, the center of the American film industry.However, unlike Hollywood, Bollywood does not exist as a physical place. Though some deplore the name, arguing that it makes the industry look like a poor cousin to Hollyw…ood, it has its own entry in the Oxford English Dictionary. The term "Bollywood" has origins in the 1970s, when India overtook America as the world's largest film producer. ( Full Answer )
Hamburgers originated in Germany in 1928 by a man named Yuillius W. Farge. A man named Gary L. Sandwich, years before, was rushing and didn't have time to sit down to a normal meal... Putting some bits of lettuce, tomatoes and ham on a piece of bread-- the first sandwich was made! Later, after t…he "sandwich" became popular, Farge improved it by putting a piece of meat(ham) and other preparatives we use in modern day, between a sliced bun. The city he originiated from, Friiburg, added to the word "ham", became the new food we all know and love, the hamburger!! ( Full Answer )
A coifs color depends on what kind of leather it is made out of. Regular Coif - Greenish Brown
Norway. A training exercise for Norwegian soldiers in the 1800s developed through time and in the mid 1900s the first biathlon world championships took place
If you mean "Gesundheit!" as something you say when someone sneezes, it's simple! The word means "health". You're bidding them good (or perhaps better ) health.
Depends on what you mean. If you're talking western philosophy of ethics, the dialogues of Plato are the right place to start for this question. No! the above is vague and evasive. "The Good," as a concept, originates in the nature of beings with a volitional conceptual consciousness - that is: Ma…n. Man's distinctive form of consciousness (rationality) is his primary tool of survival. A bird has wings; the elephant has size; the cheetah has speed; but Man relies upon his forming concepts of what will sustain his life (the good) and what threatens his life (the bad). Animals employ their distinctive method of survival on a strictly perceptual level. Their five senses provide them with immediate evidence of basic alternatives: eat or sleep, fight or run, etc. Man's conceptual faculty (rationality) allows him to build upon the learning of his ancestors, to plan long-range, to identify benefits and threats to his survival which are not visible to the eye. In discovering what will sustain him, or threaten him, Man must "evaluate" conceptually the facts and circumstances he perceives. A bird can eat wheat, but cannot make bread. Lions can gather in a pride, or wolves in a pack, but they cannot write a Constitution. Animals die of diseases, but Man identifies and seeks to cure them. In "evaluating" facts and circumtances conceptually, Man creates morality, whose fundamental question is: Does [this thing] further sustain Man's life (the good) or does [this thing] threaten Man's life (the bad). Man can not survive long without employing moral values. The fact that he often "gets it wrong" does not refute the point - it proves it. In history, more people have died as the result of bad morality than from all the diseases combined. "The Good" must be discovered and defined by Man's volitional conceptual consciousness. The Good is that which furthers Man's proper survival. And, survival is selfish. ( Full Answer )
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There are a couple ways of doing this: 1.) Buy it from the G.E. or off other players for a few thousand gp. 2.) Purchase from 'Fist Of Guthix' for 200 FOG Tokens. Unfortunately, the coif is the only part of the dragonhide set that can NOT be crafted.
In the wilderness, there is an underground place called Fist Of Guthix. It is a minigame. Play the minigame a couple of times to get tokens. Use the tokens to recharge. Some druids will recharge it for you.
The first pancake-type foods were eaten by ancient peoples? No, they were not the same pancakes we eat today. These simple, fried concoctions of milk, flour, eggs and spices were called "Alita Dolcia" (Latin for "another sweet") by the Ancient Romans. Depending upon the proportion of ingredients and… method of cooking, the finished product might have approximated pancakes, fritters, omlettes, or custard. Some of these dishes were sweet (fruit, nuts, honey); others were savory (cheese, fish, meat). These ancient recipes are also thought to be the relatives of waffles, cakes, muffins, fritters, spoonbread and doughnuts. Pancakes, as we Americans know them today, were "invented" in Medieval Europe. ( Full Answer )
The Coif The coif is one of several styles of cap known by that name. All of them are close fitting caps, most often made of linen. The coif was also called a "biggin". We have chosen, for the sake of convenience, to call one of the close fitting caps in this pattern package a biggin, and the other …a coif, but both words can be used interchangeably. The style had been fashionable since the early Middle Ages at least, and remained so well into the 17th century. Servants continued to wear them well into the 19th century, and the style is still with us today as the baby bonnet. Coifs were worn by people of all classes and ages. They were usually worn a an undercap for another, more elaborate hat. The secure fit of the coif provided a secure base to which to pin another hat, as well as a washable protective layer between the more elaborate hat and the hair. About the Pattern The Coif pattern consists of a center panel, called the Gusset, and two side panels. It can be fastened with ties or with a buttoned strap. The coif can be lined, or constructed as a single layer. The coif can fasten with ties or with a buttoned chin strap. Ties are more adjustable, but the buttoned strap gives a tidier appearance, with no dangling ends. Fabric, Trim, and Color Coifs were most often made of white linen, although a few pictures show men wearing coifs made of dark fabric. Narrow white or metallic lace can be sewn around the edges for a rich effect. Coifs can also be embroidered in blackwork or polychrome, around the edges or in an allover pattern. Constructing the Coif Cutting For the lined version, cut two Gussets and Four Side panels. For the unlined version, cut one gusset and two side panels. Lined Coif: Seams Pin Side panel to Gusset, matching notches. Stitch. Repeat for other side. repeat for lining. Press seams open, clipping as needed. Ties (skip this step if you wish to make the Buttoned Strap version) Cut two strips of fabric 1 1/2" wide and 12" long. Fold right sides together and stitch, forming a tube. Trim seam allowances to 1/8". Turn. Press. Turn one end in 1/4" and stitch closed. Fold unfinished end of ties under twice. Stitch to inside of coif corners as shown. Unlined Coif make as for Lined Coif, clean finishing seams. Press edges under 1/4". Turn under and press again. Hem edge. Make ties as above and tack to inside at corners. Lining Pin Lining to Coif, RIGHT sides together, being sure that ties are between layers. Stitch, back tacking at corners to secure ties , leaving an opening between seams at back. Trim and grade seam. Turn Right side out. Press. Slipstitch opening. Buttoned Strap To find length of strap, put on coif and measure from corner to corner, passing tape measure under jaw. cut strap 1 1/2" wide and the above measurement plus 1" long. Make strap following directions for Ties. Sew button to end of strap. Make a buttonhole in one corner of coif (right is easier if right handed) pacing it on the diagonal as shown. Trim If desired, sew narrow lace trim around edge. ( Full Answer )
be a member and use a needle with at least 1 thread on a piece of leather. then select coif
You take a piece of leather and a needle and then just use the needle on the leather and there you go: a coif. This is for high level crafting.
"Coiffed" means "Having had hair done up in a style". Used in a sentence, "I just saw Linda coming out of Leon's Hair Salon. She sure was well-coiffed!"
A coif is basically a kind of close-fitting cap, like a skullcap. The term can also be used for a kind of combination helmet/neck protector piece of armor.
In early biblical times Moses heard all the complaints from his tribe. In time the tribe grew to large to resolve all the disputes of his people. He then formed a court system and appointed certain members of his tribe to hear some of the more manageable arguments. Of course, all following his rules…. The rules set forth from God almighty. In today's court ,it is evident that the rules in which our God created for us have been thrown out the window. Politics have corrupted our court systems. It is proven that lying is the best course of action. He whom hold the truth usually finds him self between a rock and a hard place. If I lie I will get what I want. If I tell the truth well join the crowd of lonesome losers. By and large.......Moses formed the first judicial system under God. ( Full Answer )
Although there is no better or worse in terms of whether an iron helmet or iron chainmail coif was more effective, and how effective coifs were in general. There are clear factors to look at however: - A helmet is more solid than a coif, so injuries from direct hits are better protected by a helmet…, but at the same time, a coif can merge quite seamlessly with a chainmail shirt, and with no gaps except the front of the face. This means for a change in dynamics in close combat, as there are different exposed areas for each. - A maille coif is much more easily repaired than a helmet, if some rings are hacked out of a coif, then the user need only fix the hole with some new rings and rivet them back together again, whereas damage to a helmet could mean the need to fix the dent with a smith or even needing to remake it from scratch with severe enough damage. - Maille coifs were more expensive than dark-age helmets, but were cheaper than advanced Medieval helmets, with more expensive armour used as a utilitarian fashion statement by noblemen. - Sometimes, both are combined, with solid helmets having chainmail hanging off it, providing solid skull protection, but also flexible neck protection. - Maille in general protects superbly against sword cuts, and axe chops (apart from the blunt force trauma behind them). Stabs and shots unfortunately would separate the rings and pierce through. Later Medieval arming swords had finer thrusting points, specifically to thrust through gaps in plate armour, and pierce easily through chainmail underneath it or chainmail on the body instead of it. Sources: Experience in Historical European Martial Arts and general knowledge in Medieval warfare. ( Full Answer )
There are many ways you can find out where your family originated from. Since a lot of people are interested in their ancestry, many websites have popped up, making it easier to research your roots.
Old English hwÃ¦t, from Proto-Germanic *khwat (cf. Old Saxon hwat, Old Norse hvat, Danish hvad, Old Frisian hwet, Dutch wat, Old High German hwaz, German was, Gothic hva "what"), from PIE *qwod , neuter singular of *qwos "who".
Saint Nicholas, a saint of the Roman Catholic Church, is the original Santa Clause. He lived in Greece a long time ago and is the patron saint of children. That's why Santa is sometimes known as Saint Nick. "Santa Claus" is the Dutch version of Saint Nicholas.