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Stilla

Definition of the noun Stilla

What does Stilla mean as a name of something?

Stilla is a genus of Raphitomidae, described by Finlay in 1926.

Stilla is a genus of Incertae sedis.

Stilla is a genus of Incertae sedis.

Groups

  1. Stilla is a musical group.
    • albums: "Till stilla falla", "Ensamhetens andar"
  2. Stilla is a musical group.
    • album: "Stilla"

Music

"Stilla" is a musical album of Stilla.

  • released on (4 years ago)

Phrases with Stilla

Phrases starting with the word Stilla:

  1. Stilla Anomala
  2. Stilla Delicatula
  3. Stilla Carolinensis
  4. Stilla Fiordlandica
  5. Stilla Flexicostata
  6. Stilla Paucicostata

Phrases ending with the word Stilla:

  1. Genus Stilla
  2. Cruoria Stilla
  3. Pyrrhia Stilla
  4. Dorytomus Stilla
  5. Pedaliodes Stilla
  6. Mesoginella Stilla
  7. Achaetoneura stilla
  8. Species Cruoria Stilla
  9. Species Pyrrhia Stilla
  10. Species Dorytomus Stilla
  11. Species Pedaliodes Stilla
  12. species Achaetoneura stilla

Other phrases containing the word Stilla:

  1. Species Stilla Anomala
  2. Species Stilla Delicatula

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Stilla

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Google previewHermathena (1876)

(Stilla is a thick drop.) Cicero says, chapter 26, §71 : "Itaque, ut erat semper preposterus atque perversus, initium facit a Bulbo." W. R.'s note about preposterus is very good : " If a dog were to come into a room tail foremost, this would be ...

Google previewHermathena0 (1876)

(Stilla is a thick drop.) Cicero says, chapter 26, $7.1 : “Itaque, uterat semper preposterus atque perversus, initium facit a Bulbo.” W. R.'s note about preposterus is very good : “If a dog were to come into a room tail foremost, this would be ...

Google previewSimply Satisfying (2013)

Over 200 Vegetarian Recipes You'll Want to Make Again and Again by Jeanne Lemlin

B'stilla is a classic dish that combines sweet and salty flavors. This vegetarian version has an unforgettable combination of sweetness and spiciness. Do try eating it with your fingers—Moroccan style. SERVES 6 V ELEGANT MENU 10 11/ 2 ...

Google previewMorocco (2009)

by Walter Simmons

tagine hot tea B'stilla is a pastry filled with chicken or pigeon meat, eggs, and ...

Google previewThe F-14 Tomcat (2003)

by Adrian Gardner

B'STILLA MOROCCAN CHICKEN ANO ALMONO PIE The heitel to top all heitels. b'stilla is a dish of celebration, served at weddings, bat mitzvahs, and other festive occasions. The otigins of this dish ate horly debared. Was it an Arabic dish ...

Google previewFatal Attachments (2004)

The Instigation to Suicide by Viola Mecke

The Latin stilla is a diminutive of stiria, meaning icicle, here used by Apuleius. It is a viscous, fatty, pointed drop. Cf. English distill. 7. The Latin name for Psyche's daughter was Voluptas. 8. The sources for the material in this section include: ...

Google previewSaffron Shores (2002)

Jewish Cooking of the Southern Mediterranean by Joyce Goldstein

B'STILLA MOROCCAN CHICKEN AND ALMOND PIE The hesHl to top all hesHls , k'stilla is a dish of celebration, served at weddings, bat mitzvahs, and orher festive occasions. The otigins of this dish ate horly debared. Was it an Arabic dish ...

Google previewLexicon ecclesiasticum Latino-Hispanicum ... opus novum ... denuo ... plus dimidia parte auctum, etc (1628)

- - - - - - - - Stilla,llæ.Lagota,ờ gotera:vt stilla olei.

Google previewA Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ... (1825)

Supplement by John Jamieson

dSs, stilla, gutta, (Davies, Boxhorn) ; q. what falls in drops. Hence dosatvl, " tending to trickle," Owen. To the same source most probably should we trace C.B. distill, stilla, guttula ; which, as it signifies a small drop, seems to be a diminutive from ...

Google previewScottish Dictionary and Supplement (1841)

In Four Volumes. Suppl. Aai-Jux by John Jamieson

dSs, stilla, gutta, (Davies, Boxhorn) ...

Google previewSupplement to the Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ... (1825)

by John Jamieson

d6s, stilla, gutta, (Davies, Boxhorn); q. what falls in drops. Hence dosanol, “tending to ...

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Scrabble value of S1T1I1L1L1A1

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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