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Definition of the noun Aetius

What does Aetius mean as a name of something?

Aetius is a genus of Corinnidae, described by Cambridge in 1897.

Aetius is a genus of Pentatomidae, described by Distant in 1901.

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  1. Aetius of Antioch was a 1st- or 2nd-century BC doxographer and Eclectic philosopher.
    • profession: Philosopher
  2. Aetius was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire, praefectus urbi of Constantinople and praetorian prefect of the East.
  3. Aetius a.k.a. Aëtius of Antioch, surnamed "the Atheist" by his trinitarian enemies, founder of an Arian Christian movement, was a native of Coele-Syria.

There are other people with in their name, like Flavius Aetius.

Phrases with Aetius

Phrases starting with the word Aetius:

  1. Aetius Nocturnus
  2. Aetius Decollatus

Phrases ending with the word Aetius:

  1. genus Aetius
  2. Entedon Aetius
  3. Omphale Aetius
  4. Species Entedon Aetius

Other phrases containing the word Aetius:

  1. Species Aetius Nocturnus
  2. Species Aetius Decollatus

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aetius

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Google previewMateria Indica (1826)

Or, Some Account of Those Articles which are Employed (by) the Hindoos, and Other Eastern Nations, in Their Medicine, Arts, and Agriculture. Comprising Also Formulae, with Practical Observations, ... by Whitelaw Ainslie

Aetius is the first author who mentions it as a medicine. In England it was little used before the beginning of the sixteenth century. European practitioners prescribe musk in gout, tetanus, epilepsy, cholera, hooping-cough, hydrophobia, and ...

Google previewDefending Rome: The Masters of the Soldiers (2011)

by Julian Reynolds

Aetius is the one ...

Google previewMessrs. Longman, Rees, Orme, & Co.'s List of New Works and New Editions, Lately Published; July 1836 (1836)

Aetius is the first author who mentions it as a medicine. In England it was little used before the beginning of the sixteenth century. European practitioners prescribe musk in gout, tetanus, epilepsy, cholera, hooping-cough, hydrophobia, and ...

Google previewThe New Westminster Dictionary of Church History: The early, medieval, and Reformation eras (2008)

by Robert Benedetto, James O. Duke

ELIZABETH GERHARDT Advowson see Patron and Patronage Right Aetius of Antioch (c. 313–c. 365/367), bishop and a leader in the neo-Arian Anomoean party. Born perhaps in Cilicia, Aetius ...

Google previewUniversal Historical Dictionary (1833)

Or Explanation of the Names of Persons and Places in the Departments of Biblical, Political and Eccles. History, Mythology, Heraldry, Biography, Bibliography, Geography, and Numismatics by George Crabb

AETIUS (Myth.) 'Ae'noc, son of Anthas,

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Scrabble value of A1E1T1I1U1S1

The value of this 6-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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