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Adaro was a German medieval folk rock band active from 1997 to 2006.


Adaro was a Spanish aircraft manufacturer founded by engineer Julio Adaro to manufacture training aircraft for the Spanish Air Force prior to the Civil War.


The Adaro were malevolent merman-like sea spirits found in the mythology of the Solomon Islands.

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Google previewDictionary of Nature Myths (2000)

Legends of the Earth, Sea, and Sky by Tamra Andrews

See also Cows and Bulls, Mesopotamia, Rain and Rain Gods, Storms and Tempests ADARO Among the many sprites said to inhabit the Pacific islands, Melanesian sea adaro came to life during sun showers, when ...

Google previewLexicon Nosologicum Polyglotton Omnium Morborum Symptomatum Vitiorumque Naturae Et Affectionum Propria Nomina Decem Diversis Linguis Explicata Continens (1801)

by Philipp Andreas Nemnich

P 1 adaro sis, Pla darot e s. Tubercula cystica internae parti palpebrarum accrescentia. PILE T H O R A. Germ. Vollblütigkeit. Belg. Volbloedigheid, Bloedrykheid. Dam. Fuldblodighed, Blodfylde. Suec. Blodfylla. Angl. Plethory, Fulness, Full ...

Google previewContinuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Part 1 Performance and Production (2003)

by John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, Peter Wicke

The German group Adaro used the hurdy-gurdy along with wind instruments, electric guitars and drums to play medieval rock on Words Never Spoken.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography (2013)

by John Hannavy

The silver boom in Copiapó attracted a number of photographers including Esteban Adaro and Jorge Inchaurrandieta, as well as Enrique Dohrn who also owned a studio in Lima, Perú. Arthur Terry arrived from New York via Perú in 1853 and ...

Google preview“A” dictionary of the Pali language (1875)

by Robert Caesar Childers

ADARO, Esteem, regard; respect; ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1853)

Abridged from H.J. Todd's Cor. and Enl. Quarto Ed. by Alexander Chalmers by Samuel Johnson, Alexander Chalmers

[adaro, Lat.] To burn up. Bacon. ADU'ST. ri.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Asante and Fante Language Called Tshi (Chwee, Tw̌i) (1881)

With a Grammatical Introduction and Appendices on the Geography of the Gold Coast and Other Subjects by Johann Gottlieb Christaller

to bind, lie round (adaro, the handle of a bill-hook). — □□!. to become thick, to curd, curdle, clot, concrete or coagúlale into a thick inspissated mass; nufusu no aky., the milk has curdled. — 4. ky., a) to be narrow; odaii yi ron ky., this ...

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