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Aclys is a musical group.
- albums: "Artefakt", "[untitled]", "Liedergeburt"
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by Murray Wrobel
Japanese Odd-scaled Snake Aclys Squamata - Gekkonidae e Elegant Legless Lizards Aclys concinna Squamata - Gekkonidae e Elegant Legless Lizard 95 Acontias Squamata - Scincidae e Lance Skinks; Greater Legless Skinks (CSA); ...
Explaining Not Only the Terms of Art, But the Arts Themselves by John Harris
Aclys. Acme. and IAcopum. Acoimy. Acrasy. Aerify. Acros. Acute Diseases. Additaments. Adust. Ægylops. Ætiology. Agripnia. Agrypno-coma. AlbaPituita. Albugo. Alcola.
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
CAT'AcLYs'Mrc, a. -lrliz'mik, of or pertaining to. CATACOMB, n. [It. wwwmba, a sepulchral vault—from Gr. kata, under, down; kumbé, a hollow or recess]: burial places in caves or hollow recesses under ground; divisions or niches in a cellar for ...
by Barbara Ann Kipfer
aclyx, aclys) acoustic vases: Large earthenware or bronze vases used to strengthen actors' voices and placed in bell towers to help boostthe sound ofchurch bells. A church in Westphalia contains nne ymcentury naaorr wares, anu iarger ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Presl Commelinaceae Origins: Greek achlys "darkness" or aklisia "indeclinability," presumably referred to the systematic of the genus; Latin aclys, ydis, or aclis for a small javelin. Species/Vernacular Names: A. crispata ...
Dictionary of Artifacts (2008)
by Barbara Ann Kipfer
[aclys, aclyx] acoustic vase: large earthenware or bronze vases that were used to strengthen actors' voices and were placed in bell towers to help boost the sound of church bells. A church in Westphalia contains fine 9thcentury Badorf wares, ...
by Edward Samuel Farrow
Aclys. — A kind of javelin in Roman antiquity, with a thong fixed to it whereby it might be drawn back again. Acontium. — In Grecian antiquity, a kind of light dart or javelin, resembling the Roman spiculum. Acoup. — A jerk or start in a column or ...
A Vergilian Dictionary Embracing All the Words Found in the Eclogues, Georgics, and Aeneid of Vergil (1882)
With Numerous References to the Text Verifying and Illustrating the Definitions by Henry Simmons Frieze
aclys (aclis), ydis, f., ayxiAt's, ...
by Tim Williams (Ph. D.)
aclys) a small javelin aclysto, (Gr. ) sheltered acmae -o, (Gr. ) flourish/abound in acme, (Gr. ) the highest ...
aclis, also aclys, a small javelin, said to be a corruption of Gr. dykvaig, a hook, barb, taken in the sense of dyki Zn, a bend, twist, thong of a javelin, the javelin itself, fem. of dykizoc, crooked, bent, = L. angulus, angle: see angle3.] 1. In Rom.
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
aclis, also aclys, a small javelin, said to be a corruption of Gr. dykvaig, a hook, barb, taken in the sense of dykian, a bend, twist, thong of a javelin, the javelin itself, fem. of āyki Zoc, crooked, bent, = L. angulus, angle: ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)
aclis, also aclys, a small javelin, said to be a corruption of Gr. dykvaig, a hook, barb, taken in the sense of dykian, a bend, twist, thong of a javelin, the javelin itself, fem. of dyki Zog, crooked, bent, = L. angulus, angle: see angle".) 1. In Rom ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney
also s ielled aclys : see ach's.] Same as acids, 1. ac dos, n. Plural of aclis. aclldlan (a-kli'di-an), a. < Gr. ii- priv. + ski;(Maui), a key , ...
by John Dymock
Aclys, yd1 is, /. a kind of dart, resembling what the Latins called vtrutum (Sil. Ital. lii. 363). Acme, es, f. a girl beloved by Septlmlus (Catul. xlv. X). Acmon, orns, in. a native of Lyrnessus (Lyrnesslus), son of Clytlus and brother of M£nestheus. lie ...
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