Some articles on literally:
... The German referendum system has three types Volksbegehren (literally people's request) is a citizens' initiative - if the government ignores the request it could directly lead ... level the three types are paralleled with Bürgerbegehren (literally citizens' request) as the local citizinens' initiative Bürgerbefragung (literally citizens' inquiry) for a local ballot question and Bürgerentscheid ... Note that the term "Bürgerinitiative" (literally citizens' initiative) is used informally for non-partisan local campaign organizations (political action groups) ...
... jurjevščak 'April', literally 'St ... prvnik 'January', literally 'first'), or other features (e.g ... vetrnik 'March', literally 'windy') ...
... the village, calling her "wieś Laskowa" literally village of hazel ... means something related to Polish "laska" literally cane or gal ... Polish "laskowy orzech" literally hazelnut ...
... was changed from Vrh Svete Trojice (literally, 'Holy Trinity Peak') to Sveta Trojica (literally, 'Holy Trinity') in 1952 ... The name was changed again to Trojica (literally, 'Trinity') in 1955 ...
... Bomo sanggung (保姆尙宮) - literally meaning "a nurse sanggung" took care of princes and princesses ... Sinyeo sanggung (侍女尙宮) - literally meaning "a maid-in-waiting sanggung" assists jimil saggung with books and ceremony ... Gamchal sanggung (監察尙宮) - literally meaning "an inspector sanggung" inspected and give the punishment to gungnyeo ...
More definitions of "literally":
- (adv): (intensifier before a figurative expression) without exaggeration.
Example: "Our eyes were literally pinned to TV during the Gulf war"
Famous quotes containing the word literally:
“The illimitable, silent, never-resting thing called Time, rolling, rushing on, swift, silent, like an all-embracing ocean- tide, on which we and all the universe swim like exhalations, like apparitions which are, and then are not: this is forever very literally a miracle; a thing to strike us dumb, for we have no word to speak about it.”
—Thomas Carlyle (17951881)
“Someone had literally run to earth
In an old cellar hole in a byroad
The origin of all the family there.
Thence they were sprung, so numerous a tribe
That now not all the houses left in town
Made shift to shelter them without the help
Of here and there a tent in grove and orchard.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“The word poet literally means maker: anything which is not well made doesnt exist.”
—Théophile Gautier (18111872)