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Abyssos is a musical group.
- albums: "Fhinsthanian Nightbreed", "Together We Summon the Dark"
"Abyssos" is a book by Raymond Hardie.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1987
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A Commentary by Brian K. Blount
Technically, abyssos means without (a) depth (bythos). Following the mythical understanding of a three-tiered universe (see the comment on 5:3), the abyss was the underworldly/hellish region below both heaven and earth. John introduces it ...
by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott
abyssos, the deep sea] Bottomless, sometimes used to denote very deep. abyssal a. [Gr. abyssos, the deep sea] Pertaining to the ocean depth beyond the continental shelf; dark area of the ocean below 2,000 meters. abyssobenthos a.
A Dictionary of Scientific Terms, Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition of Terms in Biology, Botony, Zoology, Anatomy, Cyctology, Embroyology, Physiology (1920)
by Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson
abyssos, bottomless.] Pert. depths of the ocean ; appl. organisms or material usually found there (biol.). acanaceous (äkänä'shüs) a. [Gk. akanos, thorn.] Bearing thorns or prickles, as leaves (bot.). acantha (äkän'thä) n. [Gk. akantha, thorn.] ...
abyssos, bottomless.] Perl. depths of the ocean ; appl. organisms or material usually found there (biol.) acanaceous (akänä'shüs) a. [Gk. ahanos, thorn.] Bearing thorns or prickles, as leaves (bot). acantha (закаты) п. [Gk. (фанта, thorn .] ...
in which the words are explained in the order of their natural affinity by Daniel Booth
The Ionic dialect changed the th into ss, and hence, with A, privative, was formed Afiutra-og, Abyssos, wanting a bottom, the origin of our Abyss. The Latin synonyme hprofundum, from fundus, a bottom, or foundation, and pro, before, ...
by William D. Mounce
abyssos 9x bottomless ...
Catholic Bible Dictionary (2009)
by Scott Hahn
The Greek abyssos is used some thirty times in the Septuagint as an equivalent of the Hebrew téluim (“waters of the deep"), and in other senses to imply deep places and floods. In the New Testament, "abyss" is understood as the abode of the ...
abyssos, bottomless—a, without, byssos, bottom.] Acacia, akā′shia,n. agenus of thornyleguminous plants with pinnate leaves. [L.—Gr. akakia—akē, a sharp point.] Academe, akadēm′, n. (obs.) an academy. Academic, akadem′ik, n.a ...
by John O'Brien
abyssos. also great boasting , vain Glory. A*IBHESEACH & AIBHSEACH, WOll- derFul , terrible , also Enormous , strange, arrogant, surprising. AiBGHiTia, or Ai3chitir. rec- tius abchilir , the alphabet, abece- darium. Aibidh , ripe, grown to ...
An Analytical Dictionary of the English Language in which the words are explained in the order of their natural affinity, independent of alphabetical arrangement, and the signification of each is traced from its etymology ... To which are added, an introduction, containing a new grammar of the language, and an alphabetical index, etc (1835)
by David BOOTH (Author of the Analytical Dictionary.)
The Ionic dialect changed the th into ss, and hence, with A, privative, was formed ABwo—es, Abyssos, wanting a bottom, the origin of our ABYSS. The Latin synonyme is profundum, from fundus, a bottom, or foundation, and pro, before, ...
Revised Full-Color Edition
The SEPTUAGINT regularly renders tĕhôm with Greek abyssos G12 (lit., “ bottomless”), which thus about thirty times means merely the ocean and lakes. However, as the seas were the deepest things known to the ancients, the word gained a ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3Y4S1S1O1S1
The value of this 7-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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