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Definition of the noun Medera

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Medera is a genus of Staphylinidae, described by Kistner & Jacobson in 1979.

Medera is a genus of Clausiliidae, described by Norman in 1900.

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Google previewDictionary of the Kiniassa Language (1877)

by John Rebman

medera (v.d.) to shave to or for (any one).— mede- dsa (v. int.) to shave cleverly, to be skilful in shaving. Megnia (v. a.) to break off (a morsel of food, such as Jiiimk .;- megnieka (v.n.) to admit of breaking off, to break easily, nicely. — megniera ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Trees and Shrubs (1869)

Being the Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum Abridged : Containing the Hardy Trees and Shrubs of Britain, Native and Foreign, Scientifically and Popularly Described ; with Their Propagation, Culture, and Uses in the Arts ; and with Engravings of Nearly All the Species ; Abridged from the Large Edition in Eight Volumes, and Adapted for the Use of Nurserymen, Gardeners, and Foresters by John Claudius Loudon

Medera'cea Michx. The Ivy-like Ampelopsis, or Fire-leaved Ivy. Michx.

Google previewA New Dictionary of Ancient Geography, exhibiting the modern in addition to the ancient names of places (1803)

by Charles Pye

AD MEDERA AMMAN. See PHILADELPHIA. AMMAUs. See Nico Po L1s. AMMIA. See PoRTALE GRE. AMMIN E E (Aminea), a distrićt of Campania, producing excellent vines, from which the inhabitants made wines of a ...

Google previewThe Clarendon dictionary (1883)

by William Hand Browne

medera'- tion. [presides at a meeting. | Moderator, mod'er-u-tor, n. one who] Modern, ...

Google previewBarker's Lempriere abridged. Lempriere's Classical Dictionary, abridged from Anthon's and Barker's second edition. ... By E. H. Barker (1843)

as the birth-place of Apuleius, though Mannert is in favour of the Roman colony Ad Medera. N0 traces of Madaura remain. ' MAnYm-a Scythian prince, who pursued the Cimmerians in Asia, conquered Cyaxares, a. c. 623, and held for some ...

Google previewLempriere's Classical dictionary, abridged by E.H. Barker (1843)

by Edmund Henry Barker, Joseph Cauvin

as the birth-place of Apuleius, though Mannert is in favour of the Roman colony Ail Medera. No traces of Madaura remain. Madyes, a Scythian prince, who pursued the Cimmerians in Asia, conquered Cyaxares, b. c. 623, and held for some ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

MEDERA, or MEDRA, in Geography, a town of Africa, in the kingdom of Bournou. MEDES, Empire of. See EMPIRE and MEDIA. MEDFIELD, in Geography, a township in Norfolk county, Massachusetts; 20 miles S.W. of Boston; incororated in ...

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