Quasimodo

Quas`i·mo'do noun [ So called from the first words of the Latin introit, quasi modo geniti infantes as newborn babes, 1 Pet. ii. 2. ] (R. C. Ch.) The first Sunday after Easter; Low Sunday.
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Quasimodo

• (n.) The first Sunday after Easter; Low Sunday.
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quasimodo

quasimodo The first Sunday after Easter; Low Sunday. Origin: So called from the first words of the Latin introit, quasi modo geniti infantes'; as newborn babes.
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Quasimodo

[magazine] Quasimodo is a student newspaper published by the Fremantle Student Association at the University of Notre Dame Australia. The magazine takes its name from Quasimodo, Victor Hugo`s fictional bell-ringer and protagonist of Notre Dame de Paris == Politics == In 2005, former Quasi editor Chris Bailey charged that the university`s Ca...
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Quasimodo

Quasimodo is London Cockney rhyming slang for soda water.
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Quasimodo

Quasimodo (from Latin, quasi modo) is a fictional character in the novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1831) by Victor Hugo. Quasimodo was born with a hunchback and feared by the townspeople as a sort of monster, but he finds sanctuary in an unlikely love that is fulfilled only in death. The role of Quasimodo has been played by many actors in film ...
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