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Definition of the noun Ambrysus (Ambrysus)
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Ambrysus (Ambrysus) is a subgenus of Ambrysus.
- synonym: subgenus Ambrysus (Ambrysus)
- species Ambrysus amargosus
- species Ambrysus californicus
- species Ambrysus occidentalis
- species Ambrysus mormon
- species Ambrysus signoreti
- species Ambrysus arizonus
- species Ambrysus buenoi
- species Ambrysus lunatus
- species Ambrysus melanopterus
- species Ambrysus pudicus
- species Ambrysus pulchellus
- species Ambrysus puncticollis
- species Ambrysus thermarum
- species Ambrysus woodburyi
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Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Blackburn's sphinx Manduca blackburni E HI Moth, Kern primrose sphinx Euproserpinus euterpe T CA Naucorid, Ash Meadows Ambrysus amargosus T NV Pomace fly, [unnamed] Drosophilia aglaia PE HI Pomace fly, [unnamed] Drosophila ...
Pronouncing dictionary (1849)
by John Walker
Pegasus, Tamasus, Harpa- sus, Imbrasus, Cerasus, Doryasus, Vogesus, Vologesus* Ephesus, Ani- sus, Genusus, Ambrysus. ATUS ETUS ITUS OTUS U- TUS YTUS— Accent the Penultimate, Rubicatus, Baeticatus, Abra- datus, Ambigatus, ...
A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Anthology, and Geography Abriged from the Larger Dictionary by William Smith (1877)
See AMBRYSUs. AMPSAGA (-ae), a river of N. Africa, dividing Numidia from Mauretania Sitifensis, and flowing past the town of Cirta. AMPSANCTUS or AMSANCTUS LACUS, a small lake in Samnium near Aeculanum, from which mephitic ...
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
Oribasus, Bubasus, Caucasus, Pedasus, Agasus, o: Tamasus, Harpasus, Imbrasus, Cerasus, Doryasus, Vogesus, Vologesus, Ephesus, Anisus, Genusus, Ambrysus.
A Classical Dictionary, Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Antient Authors... (1839)
by John Lemprière
AMBRYSUS, a city of Phocis, at the south of mount Helicon ...
A Classical Dictionary ... A new edition, revised and considerably enlarged, by the Rev. T. Smith (1839)
AMBRYSUS, a city of Phocis, at the south ...
Walker'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
Ambrysus. -ATUS ETUS ITUS OTUS UTUS YTUS—Accent the Penulti/ ¢ . . \ !. 0 mate. Rubicatus, Bwticahls, Abradaitus,Ambigatus,Vs.!'ia.tus,Elatus, 1'11-utus, Cutugnatus, Cinciunatus, Odenatus, Leonatus, Aratus, Pythamtus, Demaratus, ...
Encyclopedia of Chronology (1872)
Historical and Biographical by Bernard Bolingbroke Woodward, William Leist Readwin Cates
Ambrysus, (Ambrosseus, Amphrysus, Dhistomo,) in Greece,— BC]—fortified by Athenians and Thebans against Philip of Macedonia, winter 339-8"—taken by T. Quinctius Flamininus, 198." * Grote. b Smith's ...
by sir William Smith
See Ambrysus. Ampsaga ( Wad-tl-Kabir, or Sufjimar), a river of N. Africa, which divided Numidia from Maure- tania Sitifensis. It flows past the town of Cirta ( Constantina). Ampsanctus or Amsanctus Lacus (Lago d'Antanti or Afufiti), a small lake ...
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