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Agla is a fictional film character.
"Agla" is a musical album of Fiend.
- AGLA is a notariqon for Atah Gibor Le-olam Adonai,"You, O Lord, are mighty forever." Also seen as Athah gabor leolah, adonai, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers has suggested an arbitrary interpretation of AGLA as "A the one first, A the one last, G, the trinity in unity, L, the completion of the Great Work." According to The Triangular Book of the Count of St Germain God by the name of AGLA was responsible for the preservation of Lot and his family from the fire of Sodom and Gomorrah.
- aglA is a gene.
- Agla a.k.a. SCO2228 is a gene.
- Agla a.k.a. SCO7010 is a gene.
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Tales of the East: The new Arabian nights; Persian tales; Persian tales of Inatulla; Oriental tales; Nourjahad; and additional tales from the Arabian nights (1812)
Agla is an Indian tree of a moderate height, pr From the knots of the same tree the odoriferous gum, which serves the purpose of incense, the oily part of which is used as one of the compositions in otter of roses, which we have translated oil of ...
Continuation of the New Arabian nights. Persian tales [from the translation of F. Pétis de la Croix] Persion tales of Inatulla of Delhi [tr. by A. Dow] Oriental tales [by A.C.P., comte de Caylus. The history of Nourjahad [by Mrs. Frances Sheridan] Additional tales from the Arabian nights (1812)
by Henry Weber
§ Agla is an Indian tree of a moderate height, producing a white flower very fragrant, from which they extract a perfume.
The Dictionary of Demons (2010)
Names of the Damned by Michelle Belanger
Notably, AGLA is a word that commonly appears on amulets associated with the grimoiric tradition. It is also used in the invocation of spirits, typically occurring alongside “secret” names of God, such as Shaddai and Sabaoth. In the Mathers ...
With Commander Prevost's Report and a Map and Section of the Route, Showing the Results of the Darien Expedition of January, February and March, 1854 by James C. Prevost
Cullen says, is called Agla by the Indians. " The country being overgrown by a dense forest of tall trees and high brushwood, and Mr. Gisborne having made only a very hurried examination of it, the valley remained unseen ...
The Reliquary (1870)
Agla is a cabalistic word, formed of the initial letters of the four following words :— u'm chub 1:: runs it 5 a s A L G A Thou, O Lord, art mighty for ever. Agla was a name given by the Cabalists in the middle ages to the Deity. They disposed of it in ...
Fungal Antigens (2013)
Isolation, Purification, and Detection by Edouard Drouhet, Garry T. Cole, Louis De Repentigny, Jean Latge
In both systems, Agla is a prominent precipitin and could be used as a reference ...
Tales of the East: comprising the most popular romances of Oriental origin, and the best imitations by European authors. To which is prefixed an introductory dissertation by H. Weber (1812)
Agla is an Indian tree of a moderate height, producing a white flower very fragrant , from which they extract a perfume. From the knots of the same tree they also extract an odoriferous gum, which serves the purpose of incense, the oily part of ...
Agla is an Indian tree of a moderate height, producing a white flower very fragrant , from which they extract a perfume. From the knots of the same tree they also extract an odoriferous. gum, which serves the purpose of incense, the oily part of ...
Manual of the International Order of Twelve of Knights and Daughters of Tabor, Containing General Laws, Regulations, Ceremonies, Drill, and a Taborian Lexicon (1891)
by Moses Dickson
Agla — One of the twelve cabalistic names which the ancient Magies of Persia and other mystic workers used to express the incommunicable name of the Deity — the names given are as follows : Ehi, Azazel, Eloho, El-Gibbor, Eloah, ...
To which is Added a Reversed Part, English and Hindustani by Duncan Forbes
agla, awwal, pesh, paihla or pallia ; English verbs beginning with fore generally require in Hindustani to have age se, &c. prefixed to the simple verb, of which some instances will occur below (v. pre, fyc).
Mandaic Dictionary (2012)
English Mandaic by Dakhil Shooshtary
Name for Sun, Fury, Inmate, Help Aid Agla, Agla, Agma, Asma, Asma, Agran= grania, Agran=grania, aAgra, Agaiia Agaiia Admasa, Adam, Adiaura, Adia, Adiuba, Adia, Adia, Adikarta, Adit, Adakas, Adam kasia, Adinqa, Adarin, Adarin, Adaga, ...
by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby
AGLA'IA (Ok. 'Ky' Xaia, splendor, beauty). According to Hesiod, the youngest of the three Graces, the ...
Giving the Derivation, Source, Or Origin of Common Phrases, Allusions, and Words that Have a Tale to Tell by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Agla. A. grimony. A cabalistic name of God, formed from the initial letters of Attih, Gibbor, Leholam, Adoniii ...
Containing Also an Addendum, Giving the Results of Subsequent Study, Research and Discovery to the Present Time, and a Self-pronouncing Dictionary by Albert Gallatin Mackey, Charles Thompson McClenachan
AGLA,. which. was. compounded. of. the initials of the words of the sentence, " JTN D'y', had "nN, Atah Gibor Lolam Adonai, “Thou are strong in the eternal God.” Thus constructed, the shield of David was supposed to be a preservative against ...
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Scrabble value of A1G2L1A1
The value of this 4-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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