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Definition of the noun Blavia
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Blavia is a genus of Arctiidae, described by Walker in 1862.
- synonym: genus Blavia
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Lepidoptera
- family: Arctiidae
- species Blavia caliginosa
Blavia is a genus of moths in the family Arctiidae.
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Ancient and Modern ... by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Blavia,) see Port Louis. Blaufelden, t. Ger. in Anspach; 3 NE. Gerhardsbron. Blarignac, t. France, in Lozere; 6 S. St. Chely d'Apcher. Blausluys, t. Holland; W. Gertrudenberg. Blauzac, t. France, in Gard; 8 N. Nimes. Blaye, or Blayes, (an. Blavia.) ...
The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)
by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
BLAVIA, or Blavium, in ancient geography ...
by John Jenkins, John Pigram
,de Blavia, M.G., Konare,A.O.,de Camargo, F.,Moro, A. and CrusRamirez,A. (1985)'Imagesofthe ...
BLAVIA, or Blavium, in Ancient Geography, a town of Aquitain, on the bank of the Garonne, below its confluence with the Dordogne : Now Blaye ; which see. BLAYE, an ancient and strong town of France, in the department of Gironde.
by William Hazlitt
BLAvia; a port of the Veneti, Lugdunensis III., N.w.. of Dortoritum. Port Louis. tania II., on the Garumna, R., at the confluence of the Duronius. Blaye. BLEMMYAE, a people of AEthiopia, s. of the Adiabarae, bet. the Troglodytae and the Nile.
Comprising Ancient and Modern Military Technical Terms, Historical Accounts of All North American Indians, as Well as Ancient Warlike Tribes; Also Notices of Battles from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, with a Concise Explanation of Terms Used in Heraldry and the Offices Thereof. The Work Also Gives Valuable Geographical Information by Thomas Wilhelm
Blavia). A fortified seaport of France, in the department of Gironde, 20 miles north-northwest of Bordeaux. The Duchess de Berry was imprisoned in the citadel in 1833. This city was captured by the French, from the English, in 1339 ...
To which are Prefixed Principles of English Pronunciation ... Likewise Rules to be Observed by the Natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London for Avoiding Their Respective Peculiarities ... by John Walker
Candaría, Blavia,Flav¡a, Menavia, Scandinavia, EJîA AipAvia, Moravia, \ Varsavia, Octavia, Juvavia, Accmt thepe-atllimntt. .Svia, Cendevia, Meuevia, Suevia, ...
Chamber's Encyclopaedia (1872)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People
Blavia, Blaye. Blaze, Brash. Blazing star, Melanthaceae. Bleeding, P'entesection.
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