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Definition of the noun Fabids
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- [botany] introduced as a more user-friendly alternate for eurosids I.
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A Dictionary of Ecology (2010)
by Michael Allaby
fabids See EUROSIDS. facies 1. Aspect or appearance . 2. The sum total of the features that reflect the specific environmental conditions under which a given rock was formed or deposited. facies association A group of sedimentary *facies that are used to define a particular sedimentary environment. For example, all the facies found in a *fluviatile environment may be grouped together to define a fluvial facies association. facies fossil A *fossil organism that is ...
Bibliotheca Classica: Or, A Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms Relating to the Geography, Topography, History, Literature, and Mythology of Antiquity and of the Ancients (1853)
With a Chronological Table by John Lemprière
Pictoh, Fabids, a consul, under whom silver was first coined at Rome, A. U. C. 485. Pin-dabus, a celebrated lyric poet of Thebes.
Being a Continuation of 'The Dictionary of the Bible' by William Smith, Henry Wace
[ Fabids Victor.] (Martyr. Adonis, Usuardi, Hieron.) [G. T. S.] FELICIANUS (14), commemorated Oct. 29 ; martyr in Lucania with Hyacinthus, Quintal, and Lucius ( Martyr. Usuard.).
by Egidio Forcellini, Vincenzo De-Vit, Giuseppe Furlanetto
Fabids, No. 3.] But the Fabii were not distinguished as warriors alone : several members of the gens act an important part also in the history of Roman literature and of the arts. The name occurs as late as the second century after the Christian aera. The family-names of this gens ander the republic are: — Ambustus, Butko, boMo, LaBsn, Liclvcs, Maximus (with the agaomems Aemilianus, AHobrooicus, Ebumui, Gur- •». RmHama, Serviianus, Verrucosus), Pictor, sbhI VtBULAXra.
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1912)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne, Andrew Alphonsus MacErlean
Victorinus, Caius Maritjs (called also Victorinus Marius, or Marids Fabids Victorinus, and frequently referred to as Victorinus Afer), a fourth- century grammarian, rhetorician, philosopher, and theologian, b. in Africa about the year 300.
A Classical Dictionary Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors [and Intended to Elucidate All the Important Points Connected with the Geography, History, Biography, Mythology, and Fine Arts of the Greeks and Romans (1869)
Together with an Account of Coins, Weights, and Measures, with Tabular Values of the Same.] by Charles Anthon
Fabids, a Roman, who, according to the old ...
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Scrabble value of F4A1B3I1D2S1
The value of this 6-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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