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Adyte

Definition of the noun Adyte

What does Adyte mean as a name of something?

Adyte is a genus of Polynoidae, described by Saint-Joseph in 1899.

Adyte is a genus of Polynoidae, described by Saint-Joseph in 1899.

Phrases with Adyte

Phrases starting with the word Adyte:

  1. Adyte Assimile
  2. Adyte Assimilis
  3. Adyte Pellucida

Phrases ending with the word Adyte:

  1. genus Adyte
  2. Erebia Adyte
  3. Euploea Adyte
  4. Species Erebia Adyte

Other phrases containing the word Adyte:

  1. Species Adyte Assimile
  2. Species Adyte Assimilis
  3. Species Adyte Pellucida

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Google previewA Dictionary of Polite Literature; Or, Fabulous History of the Heathen Gods and Illustrious Heroes.. (1804)

Actea, Adyte, Dioxippe, Ocypete, Pilarge, and Podarce. PIERUE, PIERIDES. Names common to the Muses, from Mount Pierus, according to Festus ; ...

Google previewA Compleat English Dictionary (1788)

Oder Vollständiges Englisch-deutsches Wörterbuch, Anfänglich Von Nathan Bailey Herausgegeben; Jetzt Aber Fast Ganz Umgearbeitet, Vermehret und Verbessert Von Anton Ernst Klausing, ... by Nathan Bailey

adyte, soft, softly, slowly, by Degrees, gently, s.langsam, gemad), määtiö. Čid, m. a Bag or Poke; ein grafter &ad, a Sack, great Bag; $82ttelsad, s. 32ttel; $osensatt, s. spusen c. €idel eidlein ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

Peristenes; Eurydice, Dryas ; Glaucippe, Potamon; Autholea, Cisseus; Cleodora, Lixus; Evippe, Imbrus; Frata, Bromius; Stygne, Polyctor; Bryce, Chtonius; Actea, Periphas; Podarce, OEneus; Dioxippe, Ægyptus; Adyte, Menalces; Ocipete, ...

Google previewBibliotheca Classica; Or, A Classical Dictionary (1792)

Containing a Full Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors. With Tables of Coins, Weights, and Measures, in Use Among the Greeks and Romans. To which is Now Prefixed a Chronological Table by John Lemprière

Bromius; Stygne, Poly∨ Bryce, Chtonius; A &tca, Periphas; Podarce, CEneus; Dioxippe, AEgyptus; Adyte, Menalces; Ocipete, Lampus ; Pilarge, Idmon; Hippodice, Idas; Adiante, Daiphron; Callidia, Pandion; CEme, Arbelus; Celena, Hixbius; ...

Google previewBibliotheca Classica; or, a Classical Dictionary, containing a full account of all the proper names mentioned in antient authors, etc (1804)

One of the wives of Danaus, mother of fix daughters called Actea, Podarce, Dioxippe, Adyte, Ocypete, and Pilarge. Apollod. 2: The wife of Oxylus, the fon of Hæmon, and mother of Ætolus and Laias. Pau/. 5, c. 3 & 4. – The daughter of Pythas, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Fourteenth Century (1872)

by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

ADYTE. To indite ; to write. Kyng Rychard dede a lettre wryte, A noble clerk it gan adyte, And made therinne mensyoun, More and lesse, of the raunsoun. Richard Coer de Lion, 1174. ADZE. An addice. Minsheu. AE. One ; one of several ; each.

Google previewA Classical Dictionary ; Containing a Full Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors ; With Tables of Coins, Weights, and Measures, in Use Among the Greeks and Romans ... (1844)

six daughters called Actea, Podarce, Dioxppe, Adyte, Ocypete, and Pilarge. Apollod. 2. The wife of Oxylus, the son of Haemon. Paus. 5, c. 3.−The daughter of Pythas, a Milesian, &c. PiéRides, a name given to the Muses, either because they ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic & Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs & Ancient Customs, Form the Fourteenth Century (1852)

by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

ADYTE. To indite ; to write. Kyng Rychard dede a lettrc wrytc, A noble clerk it gan adyte, And made therinne mensyoun, More and lesse, of the raunsoun. Ric hard Coer de Hon, 1174. ADZE. An addice. Minsheu. AE. One ; one of several ; each.

Google previewA Classical Dictionary ... The sixth edition, corrected (1815)

by John LEMPRIERE (D.D.)

Adyte. Ocvpete, and Pilarge. Asmllod, 2. The wise of Oxylu' the son of Haemon, and mother ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words (1855)

Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Fourteenth Century by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

ADYTE. To indite ; to write. Kyng Rychard dede a lettre wrytc, A noble clerk it gan adyte. And made therinne mensyoun. More and lesse, of the raunsoun* Richard Coer d< Urn, 1174. ADZE. An addice. Minsheu. AE. One ; one of several ; each.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)

by John Wilkes

Dryas; Glaucippe, Potamon; Autholea, Cissetts; Cleodora; Lixus; Evippe, Imbrus; Erata, Bromius; Stygne, Polyctor; Bryce, Chtonius; Actea, Periphas; Podarce, GEneus; Dioxippe, ffigyptus; Adyte, Mena-lces; Ocipete, Lampus, Pilarge, Idmon; ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1896)

A New, Original and Exhaustive Work of Reference to All English Words, Their Origin, Development, Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning and Legitimate Or Customary Use ... by Robert Hunter

Rychard dede a lettre wryte, *R a noble clerk it gan adyte." *ichard Carur de Lion, 1.174. ādze, adz, *ād-dige, s. [A.S. adese; Sp. azaela.] 1. An instrument consisting of an arched cutting blade of iron and a handle, the latter being placed ...

Google previewLloyd's Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1896)

A New and Original Work of Refrence to the Words in the English Language

- Brch&rd dede a lettre wryt«, A QöbJ* clerk it gi\n adyte." tfcAani Сайт de LUm, 1. 1 Ti.

Google previewBell's New Pantheon; Or Historical Dictionary of the Gods, Demi-gods, Heroes ... (1790)

Aćtea, Adyte, Dioxippe, Ocypete, Pilarge, and Podarce. PIERIAE, PIERIDES, names common to the Muses, from Mount Pierus, according to Festus; from the name of a city, or that part of Macedonia, called Pieria, according to Stephanus; ...

Google previewBell's New Pantheon; Or, Historical Dictionary of the Gods, Demi-gods, Heroes and Fabulous Personages of Antiquity: Also, of the Images and Idols Adored in the Pagan World; Together with Their Temples, Priests, Altars, Oracles, Fasts, Festivals, Games, &c. As Well as Descriptions of Their Figures, Representations, and Symbols, Collected from Statues, Pictures, Coins, and Other Remains of the Ancients. The Whole Designed to Facilitate the Study of Mythology, History, Poetry, Painting, Statuary, Medals, &c. &c. And Compiled from the Best Authorities. Richly Embellished with Characteristic Prints. In Two Volumes. Vol. 1. [- 2.] (1790)

Aćtea, Adyte, Dioxippe, Ocypete, Pilarge, and Podarce. PIERIAE, PIERIDES, names common to the Muses, from Mount Pierus, according to Festus; from the name of a city, or that part of Macedonia, called Pieria, according to Stephanus; ...

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