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Definition of the noun aglaia
What does aglaia mean as a name of something?
- (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces
Aglaia is a musical group.
- albums: "Mondi Sensibili", "Sacred Waters", "Three Organic Experiences", "Unprofaned Twilight", "White Maps", "Reverberant Skies", "Vayu Rouah", "Private History of the Clouds", "Centurion"
"Aglaia" is a book by Charles Segal.
- also known as "Aglaia: the poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna"; Aglaia: The Poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna
- Aglaia is a fictional character from the 2007 film The Counterfeiters.
- Aglaia is a fictional character from the 1962 film Gladiators Seven.
Phrases with Aglaia
Phrases starting with the word Aglaia:
- Aglaia Hoii
- Aglaia Rufa
- Aglaia Acida
- Aglaia Aquea
- Aglaia Badia
- Aglaia Dubia
- Aglaia Dyeri
- Aglaia Fusca
- Aglaia Grata
- Aglaia Ignea
- Aglaia Lawii
- Aglaia Maiae
- Aglaia Nivea
- Aglaia Ovata
- Aglaia Rubra
- Aglaia Apoana
- Aglaia Aspera
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aglaia
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by John Slater (Florist.)
Aglaia Is a third row flamed Rose, raised by Mr. Lawrence, cup rather long, bottom pure, the beam up the petals outside a pale colour, the colours inside strong and beautiful ; is an excellent marker, unsteady, but a good stage flower. Admiral ...
A Comprehensive Reference Book by Charles Morris
aglaia is the dark-green fritillary ; the rare and much-prized A. lattonia is the queen-of- Spain fritillary. Friuli (fri-o'le), a formerly independ- ent duchy at the head of the Adriatic, now ...
A Comprehensive Reference Book
aglaia is the dark-green fritillary; the rare and much-prized A. lattonia is the queen-ofSpain #. ) f l d - - - ri-ö 'lé), a formerly independFriuli ent duchy at the head of the Adriatic, now forming ...
II. How this Part thus proves itself to be a dramatic Treatment of the modern History of Germany worthy of the Genius of Goethe and the Life he devoted to the Task. (The Prologues and first Act completely explained; the other Acts generally). By William Kyle by William Kyle
Aglaia is the characteristic of the ...
'Aglaia is a very old sort only known as a flamed flower, of a rather dull dark crimson shade, opening very yellow but easily bleaching. The shape is long and rather loose, the beam is somewhat indefinite and lacks the fine working which is ...
AGLAIA Is a third row flamed Rose, cup rather long, bottom pure, the beam up the petals outside a pale colour, the colours inside strong and beautiful ; it is an excellent marker, steady, and a good stage flower. ADMIRAL KINGSBERGEN.
by Arpad Szakolczai
Finally, Aglaia is the bright, glorious or light-glorifying one, the most majestic and beautiful of all, linked closely to decoration and ornaments, or the objects that make life particularly pleasant to live.
by James William Tutt
aglaia is the most extreme in this direction and is very peculiarly doubled back on itself so that the cremaster comes quite close to the tips of the antennae. Pupa of ...
Mythology, Religion, Literature & Art by Oskar Seyffert
Aglaia is the youngest, and the wife of Hephaestus. For the inspiration of the Graces was deemed as necessary to the plastic arts, as to music, poetry, science, eloquence, beauty, and enjoyment of life. Accordingly the Graces are intimate with ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
punniyava, punyava, shempuli, syama, thottilu, tottilakayi, visvaksenakanta, yarra aduga, yerra adugu, yerraaduga Aglaia hiernii M.V. Viswan. & K. Ramach. ( Aglaia hiernii King) India. See Bulletin of the Botanical Survey ofIndia 24: 212.
(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt
Aglaia aquea (Jack) ...
by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner
see Aglaia. Aglaia Aegle, Aglaea (Greek) Also known as:Charis, Ocaleia,The Shining One. Nymph.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Origins: Named for one of the three Graces, the others being Euph- rosyne and Thalia; Greek aglaia "splendor, brightness," aglaos "bright, beautiful, pleasing"; see Joao (Joannes) de Loureiro (1717-1791), Flora cochinchinensis: sistens plan- ...
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
Aglaia. Papilio Aglaia. Linn. .Argynnis Aglaia. Fabr. Inhabits Europe. Is very common. Pahilio Charlotta of Sowerby and Haworth seem to be but an accidental variety of this species. * Sh. 3. Adiffe. Argynnis Adiffe. Fabr. Inhabits heaths and the ...
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