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Adeona

Definition of the noun Adeona

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Adeona is a genus of Adeonidae, described by Lamouroux in 1812.

Adeona is a genus of Pyralidae, described by Rafinesque in 1915.

Adeona is a genus of Lepidoptera (awaiting allocation), described by Rafinesque in 1815.

Phrases with Adeona

  1. Adeona Albida
  2. Adeona Armata
  3. Adeona Grisea
  4. Adeona Antiqua
  5. Adeona Clauata
  6. Adeona Costata
  7. Adeona Obliqua
  8. Adeona Wilsoni
  9. Adeona Elongata
  10. Adeona Foliacea
  11. Adeona Japonica
  12. Adeona Bipartita
  13. Adeona Cellulosa
  14. Adeona Foliifera
  15. Adeona Joloensis
  16. Adeona Mucronata
  17. Adeona Articulata
  18. Adeona Inaequalis
  19. Adeona Arborescens
  20. Genus Adeona

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Google previewThe British Cyclopædia of Natural History: A-Cetochilus (1835)

by Charles Frederick Partington

The colour of the adeona is an iron-grey, sometimes of a deep hue; they occasionally attain a foot in height, and are abundantly found in Australia. Six species are known. ADESMACEA.

Google previewThe British Cyclopæedia of Natural History (1835)

Combining a Scientific Classification of Animals, Plants, and Minerals ... by Charles Frederick Partington

The colour of the adeona is an iron-grey, sometimes of a deep hue; they occasionally attain a foot in height, and are abundantly found in Australia. Six species are known. ADESMACEA.

Google previewThe British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography, Literature, Natural History, and Biography ... (1838)

The colour of the adeona is an iron-grey, sometimes of a deep hue; they occasionally attain a foot in height, and are abundantly found in Australia. Six species are known. ADESM ACEA.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Spirits and Ghosts in World Mythology (2016)

by Theresa Bane

Adeona. impending death or illness; usually they are found in the hills and mountains and only travel to the lowlands in order to inflict itself upon a village. Fortunately the acheri can be warded off by the use of holy charms; red ribbons or ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1904)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney

< Adeona + 44m] A family of olulostomatous polyzoans, typified by the onus Adcona. They have the soarium erect or (rarelé incrusting, affixed by a flexible jointed or iointless ru icate peduncle, immediately ...

Google previewThe Century dictionary (1906)

< Adeona + -idle.] A family of chilostomatous poly- zoans, typified by the genus Adeona. They have the zoarium erect or (rarely) incrusting, affixed by a flexible jointed or jointless radicate peduncle, immediately attached. The zoarium is ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

ADEONA ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica or a Dictionary of Arts and Sciences [...] (1771)

The godsof adultery were Juventus, Agenoria, Strenua, Stimula, Horta, Quies, Murcia, Adeona, Abeona, Voluptas, Orbona, Pcllonia, Numeria, Camoena, Sentia , Angerona, Heres, Martea, Laverna, the god Averruncus, Coosus, Catius, ...

Google previewAn Universal, Historical, Geographical, Chronological and Poetical Dictionary, Exactly Describing the Situation, Extent, Customs ... of All Kingdoms ... (1703)

Containing Likewise the Lives of the Patriarchs, Prophets, Apostles, and Primitive Fathers; Emperors, Kings, Princes ...

Adeona, a Goddess worshipt by the Heathens for Liberty of Access. Aderberm, a T. of Germany in Pomerania, on the R. Oder, a little below stetin, subjećt to the Swedes. Aderburg, a small C. on the R. oder, in the Marquisate of Brandenburgh, ...

Google previewA Critical Pronouncing Dictionary (1822)

And Exposition of the English Language ... by John Walker

Abonn, Uxacona, Liblsocona, Ulocona, Saucona, Dadona, Scardona, Adeona, Aufoun, Salon, Bellona, Duellonn, Emona, Cremona, Artemona, Salmona, Homnna, Pomona, Flnnona, Emma, Hippona, Narona, Aserona, Angerona, Verona, ...

Google previewThe Ladies Dictionary (1694) (2010)

by N. H.

Adeona (as Addona) 3 (M) Adelais 3 (M) Adelicia, see examples of female courage ...

Google previewDictionary of Gods and Goddesses (2009)

by Michael Jordan

Adeona Goddess of passage. Roman. See ABEONA. Adhimukticarya Minor goddess ...

Google previewA mythological dictionary (1870)

Adeona. A divinity presiding over the return of voyagers. Ades. A surname of Pluto. Admetus. A Thessalian king, whose flocks were tended by Apollo during that deity's banishment from heaven. Having received from the divine shepherd the ...

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The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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