Bower

Bower may refer to:

  • a folly built by the Bowerbird to attract mates
  • a dwelling or lean-to shelter, also known as an arbor
  • an anchor carried at the bow of a ship
  • Bower Manuscript, a Sanskrit manuscript
  • Bower–Barff process, in metallurgy, a method of coating iron or steel with magnetic iron oxide
  • Julian's Bower, various turf mazes in several different parts of England
  • 1639 Bower, a namesake of the Bower family of asteroids

Bower may also be:

  • An altered spelling of the German family name Bauer
  • The right bower and left bower (or bauer), the two highest-ranking cards in the game of euchre
  • A woman's bedroom or private apartments, especially in a medieval castle – cf. Boudoir

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Other articles related to "bower":

Samantha Fitzgerald - Casting
... Neighbours executive producer, Susan Bower, revealed that Buchanan would be reprising her role of Samantha ... Speaking of the reasons behind her return Bower stated "I like if we are going to have returning characters that they're part of the story ... Bower later said that there is "plenty in store" for the character ...
The Bower - History
... A land grant from Lord Fairfax, General Stephen lived at "Bower Lodge" from 1753 to 1772, when he moved to his residence in Martinsburg, Virginia, a ... The Bower was given to his daughter Ann Stephen and her husband Alexander Spottswood Dandridge, whose first cousin was Martha Dandridge Custis Washington ... In 1833 The Bower passed to Adam Stephen Dandridge II ...
Clayesmore School - History
... After the dissolution it passed to the Bower family ... In 1876 the last member of the Bower family, Captain T B Bower, sold the village and estate to George Glyn, 2nd Baron Wolverton ...
Bower, Highland
58.5472°N 3.3130°W / 58.5472 -3.3130 Bower Bower OS grid reference ND2360 Council area Highland Country Scotland Sovereign state United ... Bower is served by Wick, Thurso and Castletown for shopping, cabs and post offices ... Bower's population from 1851 is 1,845 ...
Matthew (bishop Of Ross)
... Walter Bower called him Macchabeus, a Latinization (literature) of the Gaelic name Mac Bethad or Mac Beathadh, previously held by a 12th century bishop ... Either Bower is confused or Matthew changed his name or took a pseudonym more appropriate to the environment of the "international" church, a practise not unusual in the period ... He was given the title of Magister ("Master") by Bower, indicating the completion of a university education and more particularly of a Masters' degree at some stage in his ...

Famous quotes containing the word bower:

    When men change swords for ledgers, and desert
    The student’s bower for gold, some fears unnamed
    I had, my Country—am I to be blamed?
    William Wordsworth (1770–1850)

    Adam and Eve, according to the fable, wore the bower before other clothes. Man wanted a home, a place of warmth, or comfort, first of physical warmth, then the warmth of the affections.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Quoth she, “I have loved thee, Little Musgrave,
    Full long and many a day;”
    “So have I loved you, faire lady,
    Yet never a word durst I say.”

    “I have a bower at Bucklesfordbery,
    Full daintyly it is deight;
    If thou wilt wend thither, thou Little Musgrave,
    Thou’s lig in mine armes all night.”
    —Unknown. Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard (l. 17–24)