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Definition of the noun Sicelia
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Sicelia is a genus of Meekellidae, described by Gortani & Merla in 1934.
- synonyms: genus Sicelia / Canavaria / genus Canavaria / Gemmellaria / genus Gemmellaria / Sicilia / genus Sicilia
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Brachiopoda
- family: Meekellidae
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A Geographical Dictionary, representing the present and ancient names of all the countries, provinces, remarkable cities ... of the whole world ... With a short historical account of the same, etc (1693)
e a sttclip, Sicilia, Sicelia, Trinacria, Sicania, Triquetra, a very great Island in the Mediterranean Sea, at the South West point of Italy. Thought by fome Ancients,to join originally with Italy,as part of the continent, and to have been separated from ...
A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Anthology, and Geography Abriged from the Larger Dictionary by William Smith (1877)
by William Smith
Its more usual name came from its later inhabitants, the Siceli, whence it was called SICELIA, which the Romans changed into SICILIA. As the Siceli also bore the name of Sicani, the island was also called SICANIA. Sicily is separated from the ...
Based on the Larger Dictionaries by William Smith
70» Siceli, whence it was called Sicelia (2i*fAfa), which the Romans changed into Sicilia. As the Siceli also bore the name of Sicani, the island was also called Sicania ( SiKapla).
A Classical Dictionary ... A new edition, revised and considerably enlarged, by the Rev. T. Smith (1839)
SICELIA CAESAREA, a city of Mauritania, the native place of Macrinus. Xiphilinus. SICELIS (Sicelides, plur.), an epithet applied to the inhabitants of Sicily. The Muses are called Sicelides by Virgil, because Theocritus, whom the Latin poet, ...
A Classical Dictionary, Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Antient Authors... (1839)
by John Lemprière
SICELIA CdESAREA, a city of Mauritania, the native place of Maorinus. XipIiHinus. SIC ELI S (Sieelides, plur.), an epithet applied to the inhabitants of Sicily. The Muses are called Sieelides by Virgil, because Theocritus, whom the Latin poet, ...
by Simon Hornblower, Antony Spawforth, Esther Eidinow
Extant as fragments or known only by title or subject are the metaphrastic epics Oetaica, Thebaica, Sicelia, Cimmerians, and Europia; Ophiaca was in elegiacs, retelling snake-legends; Heteroeumena ('Metamorphoses') was employed by ...
Abridged from the Larger Dictionary by Sir William Smith
Its more usual name eame from its later inhabitants, the Siceli, whence it was ealled Sicelia, which the Romans changed into Sicilia. As the Siceli also bore the name of Sieani, the island was also ealled Sicania. Sicily is separated from the S.
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Scrabble value of S1I1C3E1L1I1A1
The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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