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Definition of the noun Larentia

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Larentia is a genus of Geometridae, described by Treitschke in 1825.

Larentia is a genus of Iridaceae.

Larentia is a genus of Tigridieae.

Larentia is a genus of Melanthiini, described by Bruand in 1847.

Larentia is a genus of Larentiini, described by Stephens in 1829.

Phrases with Larentia

  1. Larentia Irma
  2. Larentia Beata
  3. Larentia Danae
  4. Larentia Hebes
  5. Larentia Recta
  6. Larentia Rosei
  7. Larentia Dascia
  8. Larentia Erasta
  9. Larentia Oraria
  10. Larentia Tenuis
  11. Larentia Aegrota
  12. Larentia Apicata
  13. Larentia Baliata
  14. Larentia Nisseni
  15. Larentia Tangens
  16. Larentia Aganopis
  17. Larentia Cassiata
  18. Larentia Clavaria
  19. Larentia Digitata
  20. Genus Larentia

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Google previewChristianity and Mankind: Hippolytus and his age; or, The beginnings and prospects of Christianity (1854)

by Christian Karl Josias Bunsen (Freiherr von)

Acca Larentia means mother Larentia ; and in Sanskrit there is identically the same name " Akka," for mother. Religio is derived probably from relegere, not from religare. At least this was the opinion of Cicero, who says, Nat. Deor. 2, 28.: — " Qui omnia, quae ad cultum deorum pertinerent, diligentes retractarent et tamquam relegerent, sunt dicti religiosi ex relegendo, ut elegantes ex elegendo, tamquam a diligendo diligentes, ex intelligendo in- * This had been observed by Pott long ...

Google previewPhilosophical Section. Outlines of the Philosophy of Universal History, Applied to Language and Religion ; Vol. I. (1854)

Acca Larentia means mother Larentia; and in Sanskrit there is identically the same name “Akká,” for mother. Religio is derived probably from relegere, not from religare. At least this was the opinion of Cicero, who says, Nat. Deor. 2, 28.:– “Qui omnia, quae ad cultum deorum pertinerent, diligentes retractarent et tamguam relegerent, sunt dicti religiosi ex relegendo, ut elegantes ex elegendo, tamquam a diligendo diligentes, ex intelligendo in* This had been observed by Pott long before ...

Google previewOutlines of the philosophy of universal history, applied to language and religion (1854)

by Christian Karl Josias Bunsen (freiherr von)

Acca Larentia means mother Larentia ; and in Sanskrit there is identically the same name " Akka," for mother. Religio is derived probably from relegere, not from religare. At least this was the opinion of Cicero, who says, Nat. Deor. 2, 28.: — "Qui omnia, quae ad cultum deorum pertinerent, diligentes retractarent et tamquam relegerent, sunt dicti religiosi ex relegendo, ut elegantes ex elegendo, tamquam a diligendo diligentes, ex intelligend o in- * This had been observed by Pott long ...

Google previewThe Histories (1876)

With Extracts from Books Ix, Xxvi, Xxxv, Xxxviii, Xxxix, Xlv by Livy

Larentia is the legendary Acca Larentia, which means the mother of the Lares, who, under the name of Luperca or Lupa, nursed Picus and Faunus, the guardian Lares of the Roman state considered as ...

Google previewThe Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia (101-)

by Project Gutenberg

ACCA LARENTIA (not Laurentia), in Roman legend, the wife of the shepherd Faustulus, who saved the lives of the twins Romulus and Remus after they had been thrown into the Tiber.

Google previewA Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Anthology, and Geography Abriged from the Larger Dictionary by William Smith (1877)

by William Smith

LARENTIA. [AccA LARENTIA.] LARES (-ium or -um), inferior gods at Rome, may be divided into 2 classes, Lares domestici and Lares publici. The former were the Manes of a house raised to the dignity of heroes. The Manes were more closely connected with the place of burial, while the Lares were the divinities presiding over the hearth and the whole house. It was only the spirits of good men that were honoured as Lares. All the domestic Lares were headed by the Lar familiaris, who ...

Google previewLexicon Urthus, Second Edition (2008)

by Michael Andre-Driussi

and the ancient Roman goddesses Acca Larentia (see laurentia of the house of the harp) and Rhea Silva (see bird of the wood). Fausta one of Hallvard's sisters (iv, chap. , ). Onomastics: “fortunate” (Latin). History: Saint Fausta (died 303) was a thirteen-year-old girl martyred during the Diocletian persecution. fearnought a thick, heavy overcoating made of wool ( often mixed ...

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Larentia malvata.....showing underwing.

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Scrabble value of L1A1R1E1N1T1I1A1

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