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Acratus

Definition of the noun Acratus

What does Acratus mean as a name of something?

Acratus is a genus of Brentidae, described by Lacordaire in 1866.

Acratus is a genus of Melolonthidae, described by Horn in 1867.

Phrases with Acratus

Phrases starting with the word Acratus:

  1. Acratus pohli
  2. Acratus ruber
  3. Acratus bellus
  4. Acratus fallax
  5. Acratus mendax
  6. Acratus telesi
  7. Acratus armatus
  8. Acratus carioca
  9. Acratus fidelis
  10. Acratus seabrai
  11. Acratus seorsus
  12. Acratus suratus
  13. Acratus villens
  14. Acratus apicalis
  15. Acratus bechynei
  16. Acratus tarsatus
  17. Acratus durabilis
  18. Acratus expressus

Phrases ending with the word Acratus:

  1. genus Acratus
  2. Species Acratus

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acratus

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Google previewTransactions of the American Entomological Society (1867)

Melolonthidae, while the connate abdominal segments of Oncerus, Lasiopus and Acratus is a character at variance with the Glaphyrini, to which the division of Laparostict Melolonthidae of Leconte, for the most corresponds. These genera may ...

Google previewAn American Dictionary of the English Language (1842)

Exhibiting the Origin, Orthography, Pronunciation, and Definitions of Words by Noah Webster

Deodatus, Palæphatus, Inatus, Acratus, Dinocratus, Echestratus,” Amestratus Memoratus, Amphistratus, Callistratus, Damasistratus, frnistratus, Agesistratus, Hegesistratus, Pisistratus, Sosistratus, Lysistratos, Nicostratus, Cleostra. tus, ...

Google previewA Critical and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

Including Scientific Terms : to which are Added Walker's Key to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Proper Names, Much Enlarged : and a Pronouncing Vocabulary of Modern Geographical Names by Joseph Emerson Worcester

Rubicatus, Baeticatus, Abradatus, Ambigatus, Viriatus, Elatus, Pilatus, Catugnatus, Cincinnatus, Odenatus, Leonatus, Aratus, Pytharatus, Demaratus, Acratus, Ceratus, Sceleratus, Serratus, Dentatus, Duatus, Torquatus, Februatus, Achetus, ...

Google previewA Universal and Critical Dictionary of the English Language (1846)

To which are Added Walker's Key to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Names, Much Enl. and Improved; and a Pronouncing Vocabulary of Modern Geographical Names by Joseph Emerson Worcester

Rubicatus, Baeticatus, Abradatus, Ambigatus, Viriatus, Elatus, Pilatus, Catugnatus, Cincinnatus, Odenatus, Le: onatus, Aratus, Pytharatus, Demaratus, Acratus, Ceratus, Sceleratus, Serratus, Dentatus, Duatus, Torquatus, Februatus, Achetus, ...

Google previewPronouncing dictionary (1849)

by John Walker

ATUS ETUS ITUS OTUS U- TUS YTUS— Accent the Penultimate, Rubicatus, Baeticatus, Abra- datus, Ambigatus, Variatus, Etatus, Pilatus, Catugnatus, Cincinnatus, Odenatus, Leonatus, Aratus, Pyth- aratus, Demarattis, Acratus, Cera - tus> ...

Google previewWalker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary (1830)

Corrected and Enlarged with Upwards of Three Thousand Words by Rev. John Davis (A.M., of Belfast, Eng.)

Rubicatus, Baeticatus, Abradatus, Ambigatus, Viriatus, Elatus, Pilatus, Catugnatus, Cincinnatus, Odenatus, Leonatus, Aratus, Pytharatus, Demaratus, Acratus, Ceratus, Sceleratus, Serratus, Dentatus, Duatus, Torquatus, Februatus, Achetus, ...

Google previewWalker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor of the English Language ... (1854)

To which are Prefixed Principles of English Pronunciation, Rules to be Observed by the Natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London, for Avoiding Their Respective Peculiarities, and Directions to Foreigners ... The Whole Interspersed with Observations ... by John Walker

Deodatus, Pa- laephatus, Jnatns, Acratus, DinocTatns, Eches tratus.f Amestratus, Menestratus, Amphistra- tus, Callistratus, Damasistratus, Erasistratus, Agesistratus, Hegesistratus, Pisistratus, Sosis- tratus, Lysistratus, Nicostratus, Cleostratus, ...

Google previewWalker's Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: with the Key, and Upwards of 10,000 Additional Words and Phrases in Daily Use, Recently Introduced Into the Language (1862)

by John Walker, Francis R. Sowerby

tus,Elatus, 1'11-utus, Cutugnatus, Cinciunatus, Odenatus, Leonatus, Aratus, Pythamtus, Demaratus, Acratus, Geratun,Sce1eratus,_ Serrutus, Denbatus, Duatus, Torquatus, Februatus, ...

Google previewA Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1846)

Abridged from the Octavo by William Bolles

Acratus, fl-krästäs, Acrias, #4;ré-ás. [ji. Acridophagi, Āk-ré-dòf ZäAcrion, a krián.

Google previewDictionary of Pagan Religions (2015)

by Harry E Wedeck, Wade Baskin

ACRATUS In Greek mythology, a deity worshipped by the Athenians. ADAD InBabylonian mythology, a god of wind and storm, known also as Ramman and, earlier in Palestineand Syria, asHadad. The ancient storm god of the Amorites.

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The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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