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Definition of the noun Aceste

What does Aceste mean as a name of something?

Aceste is a genus of Schizasteridae, described by Thomson in 1877.

Phrases with Aceste

Phrases starting with the word Aceste:

  1. Aceste Ovata
  2. Aceste Weberi
  3. Aceste Purpurea
  4. Aceste Annandalei
  5. Aceste Bellidifera

Phrase ending with the word Aceste:

  1. Genus Aceste

Other phrases containing the word Aceste:

  1. Species Aceste Ovata
  2. Species Aceste Purpurea
  3. Species Aceste Bellidifera

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aceste

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Google previewA Hand-book to the Order Lepidoptera (1896)

by William Forsell Kirby

aceste is a common South American insect, and is in the habit of settling on tree trunks, with its wings held perpendicularly. The larva is spiny, with short spines in the head, and the pupa has long appendages on the head, as in Ageronia.

Google previewBibliotheca classica, sive Lexicon manuale ... Editio altera auctior et emendatior. [The compiler's preface signed: Herm. Bosscha.] (1816)

ln memoriam horum benefactorum Aeneas hic urbem соткан, et Acestam ab rege Aceste nominavît. Virg ...

Google previewAn American Dictionary of the English Language (1846)

by Noah Webster

Pagasae, Aceste. > ATAE ETAE .Accent the Penultimate. Marate, Abrincatae, Lubeatae, Docleatie, Pheneatae, Acapentr, Magatae, Olciniate, Galatae, Arelate, ''. Arnatae, Iakamatae, Ijalmate, Sauromata, Exomata, ...

Google previewTechnological Dictionary (1846)

Explaining the Terms of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Professions, and Trades by W. M. Buchanan

AcEstE, a species of papilio or butterfly, with subdentated wings, found in India. AcEs'TIs, a factitious chrysocolla made of Cyprian verdigris, urine, and nitre. AcETAB'ULUM, Lat. from acetum, vinegar. (Among the Romans the acetabulum was ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Scientific Terms and Technological Expressions by W. M. Buchanan (1869)

by W. M. Buchanan

Aceste, a species of papilio or butterfly, with subdentated wings, found in India. AcEs' ris, a factitious chrysocolla made of Cyprian verdigris, urine, and nitre. AcETAB'ULUM, Lat. from acetum, vinegar. (Among the Romans the acetabulum was a ...

Google previewSupplement to Craig's universal dictionary (1864)

Aceste, as-es'te, s. A species of butterfly, with subdentated wings, found in India. Acetometry, as-e-tom'e-tre, s. (acetum, vinegar, and metron, a measure, Gr.) The measurement or process of ascertaining the strength of acetic acid or vinegar.

Google previewThe Universal English Dictionary (1869)

Comprising the Etymology, Definition, and Pronunciation of All Known Words in the Language, as Well as Technical Terms Used in Art, Science, Literature, Commerce, and Law by John Craig, P. Austin Nuttall

ACESTE, as-este, s.

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary (1863)

English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie

ACESTE, n. In entom., a species of papilio or butterfly, with subdentated wings, found in India. ACESTIS, n. [Gr.] A factitious sort of chrysocolla, made of Cyprian verdigris, urine, and nitre. ACETAB'ULUM, n, [L. from acetum, vinegar. See ACID. ] ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

ACESTE, in Entomology, a species of PAPilio, found in India, with subdentated wings, ...

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