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Definition of the noun briareus

What does briareus mean as a name of something?

Briareus is a genus of Protozoa, described by A.H. Knoll in 1992.

Briareus is a genus of Briareidae, described by Hickson in 1883.

Briareus is a genus of Polychaeta, described by Quoy & Gaimard in 1826.

Phrases with Briareus

  1. Arene briareus
  2. Athis Briareus
  3. Genus Briareus
  4. Phasma Briareus
  5. Thyone briareus
  6. Antedon Briareus
  7. Octopus briareus
  8. Anchiale Briareus
  9. Asterias Briareus
  10. Iconella Briareus
  11. Spathius Briareus
  12. Apanteles Briareus
  13. Comanthus Briareus
  14. Acrophylla Briareus
  15. Cercospora Briareus
  16. Coronaster briareus
  17. Eridotrypa Briareus
  18. Holothuria briareus
  19. Comantheria Briareus
  20. Ctenomorpha Briareus

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Google previewDelphi Collected Works of Voltaire (Illustrated) (2015)

by Voltaire

But Briareus is a Greek word, which means “robust”: it is not a Hebrew word. Even if, by chance, it had been so, we should beware of imitating Bochart, who derives so many Greek, Latin, and even French words from the Hebrew idiom. The Greeks certainly knew no more of the Jewish idiom than of the language of the Chinese. The giant Othus is also in Hebrew, according to Pluche, “the derangement of the seasons.” But it is also a Greek word, which does not signify anything, at least, ...

Google previewAeneid (2007)

by Virgil, Frederick Ahl

Briareus is a hundred-armed giant dungeoned in the underworld (Theogony 617). 293‒4 bodiless . . . shaped form: Ghosts, ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary; Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors: (1820)

With the Value of Coins, Weights, and Measures, Used Among the Greeks and Romans; and a Chronological Table by John Lemprière

Briareus, a famous giant, son of ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary (1839)

Containing a Copious Account of All Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors, with the Value of Coins, Weights, and Measures Used Among the Greeks and Romans, and a Chronological Table by John Lemprière

BRIAREUS, a famous giant, son of Coelus and Terra, who is said to have had 100 hands and 50 heads.

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Scrabble value of B3R1I1A1R1E1U1S1

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