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Definition of the noun EANUS
What does EANUS mean as a name of something?
Eanus is a genus of Elateridae, described by LeConte in 1861.
- synonyms: genus Eanus / Gyrus / genus Gyrus / Paranomus / genus Paranomus / Pareanus / genus Pareanus
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Coleoptera
- family: Elateridae
Eanus is a subgenus of Eanus, described by LeConte in 1861.
Phrases with Eanus
Phrases starting with the word Eanus:
- Eanus Hatchi
- Eanus Costalis
- Eanus Guttatus
- Eanus Decoratus
- Eanus Estriatus
- Eanus Innotatus
- Eanus Albertanus
- Eanus Biguttatus
- Eanus Granicollis
- Eanus Seminotatus
- Eanus Uniguttatus
- Eanus Maculipennis
- Eanus Striatipennis
- Eanus Costalis Costalis
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Other phrases containing the word Eanus:
- Species Eanus Hatchi
- Species Eanus Costalis
- Species Eanus Decoratus
- Species Eanus Estriatus
- Species Eanus Innotatus
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Eanus
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by Milwaukee Grain & Stock Exchange
Eanus is a large producer of Kye, but was reported deficient both in acreage and yield compared with 1879. According to the reports of the Halted States Agricultural Department, ...
The Fasti of Ovid (1882)
Eanus is a variety of the name, given by Cicero, cf. 90. cereale ' wheaten.' 128. cui = cuius altari. libum a cake called ianual. farra mixta sale = the mola salsa, with which the head of the victim was sprinkled. At every solemn sacrifice Janus was ...
Or, Fabulous History of the Heathen Gods and Illustrious Heroes
EANUS. The name of Janus amongst the ancient Latins. EARTH. The goddess. See Oracle of Apollo at Delphi, Tiremin. EBDOME. A Grecian festival kept on the seventh day of every lunar month, in honour of Apollo, to whom all seventh days ...
Abridged from the Octavo by William Bolles
Eanus, é-ā'nās. Earinus, é-ár'é-nās. Easium, &#'z-Śām. Ebdome, €bodô mé. Eboracum, É-bórsá- kām, or éb-&-rážkäm. [nām. Eborodunum, Āb-8-rö-du% Eburones, ébu-r&né'z.
Bell's New Pantheon; Or, Historical Dictionary of the Gods, Demi-gods, Heroes, and Fabulous Personages of Antiquity (1790)
Also, of the Images and Idols Adored in the Pagan World; Together with Their Temples, Priests, Altars, Oracles, Fasts, Festivals, Games ... by John Bell
EANUS, the name of Janus amongst the ancient Latins. EARTH, the goddess. See Oracle of Apollo at Delphi, Themis. EBDOME, a Grecian festival kept on the seventh day of every lunar month, in honour of Apollo, to whom all seventh days ...
The gardeners dictionary (1754)
Containing the methods of cultivating and improving all sorts of trees, plants, and flowers, for the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure gardens; as also those which are used in medicine. With directions for the culture of vineyards, and making of wine in England. In which likewise are included the practical parts of husbandry by Philip Miller
Orobus Creticus latifolius in- eanus. Inf. R. H. Broad-leav'd hoary Bitter vetch ...
Corrected and Enlarged with Upwards of Three Thousand Words by Rev. John Davis (A.M., of Belfast, Eng.)
Artabanus, Cebanus, Thebanus, Albanus, Nerbanus, Verbanus, Labicanus, Gallicanus, Africanus, Sicanus, Vaticanus, Lavicanus, Vulcanus, Hyrcanus, Lucanus, Transpadanus, Pedanus, Apidanus, Fundanus, Codanus, Eanus, Garganus, ...
A Dictionary of the Bible (1881)
Including Biography, Natural History, Geography, Topography, Archaeology, and Literature by Philip Schaff
it was taken from the Idumeeans by John Hyr- eanus. It was in ruins in the fourth century, when Eusebiusand Jeromo describe it as in the second mile from Eleuther- opolis. The ruin el-Mcrn«h, about a mile and a half south-south-west of ...
Johnson's English Dictionary (1835)
by Samuel Johnson
Pedanus, Apidanus, Fundanus, Codanus, Eanus, Garganus, Murhanus, Baianus, Trajanus Fabianus, Accianus, Priscianus, Roscianus, Lucianus, Seleucianus. Herodianus. Claudianus, Saturcianus, Sejanus, Carteianus, AElianus, Afflianus, ...
Johnson's Dictionary of the English language, in miniature, to which are subjoined, An alphabetical account of the heathen deities [&c.]. By W. Braun. London stereotype ed., revised (1823)
by Samuel Johnson
eanus and Ihetis, wtiu reigned ...
To which are Added Walker's Key to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Names, Much Enl. and Improved ; and a Pronouncing Vocabulary of Modern Geographical Names by Joseph Emerson Worcester, John Walker
Artabanus, Cebanus, Thebanue, Albanus, Nerbanus, Verbanus, Labicanus, Galltcanus, Airicanus, Sicanus, Vatica- nue, Laviranus, Vulcanus, Hyrcanus, Lucanut, Transpa- danus, Pedanus, Apidanus, Fundanus, Codanus, Eanus, Gargantis, ...
Exhibiting the Origin, Orthography, Pronunciation, and Definitions of Words by Noah Webster
Artabanus, Cebanus, Thebanus, Albanus, Nerbanus, Vorbanus, Labicanus, Gallicanus, Africanus, Sicanus, Vaticanus, Lavicanus, Vulcanus, Hyrcanus, Lucanus, Transpadanus, Pedanus, Apidanus, fun anus, Codanus, Eanus, Garganus, ...
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Scrabble value of E1A1N1U1S1
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