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Definition of the noun Veleda

What does Veleda mean as a name of something?

Veleda is a genus of Mollusca, described by Conrad in 1870.

Veleda is a genus of Arachnida, described by Blackwall in 1859.

Veleda is a genus of Reduviidae, described by Stål in 1865.


Who is Veleda?

Veleda was a priestess and prophet of the Germanic tribe of the Bructeri who achieved some prominence during the Batavian rebellion of AD 69–70, headed by the Romanized Batavian chieftain Gaius Julius Civilis, when she correctly predicted the initial successes of the rebels against Roman legions.

Phrases with Veleda

  1. Eprius Veleda Palta
  2. Ciala Veleda
  3. Genus Veleda
  4. Eprius Veleda
  5. Mesene Veleda
  6. Anachis veleda
  7. Mesosemia Veleda
  8. Columbella Veleda
  9. Lepidostoma veleda
  10. Eprius Veleda Veleda
  11. Species Ciala Veleda
  12. Species Eprius Veleda
  13. Species Mesene Veleda
  14. species Anachis veleda
  15. Species Mesosemia Veleda
  16. Species Columbella Veleda
  17. species Lepidostoma veleda
  18. Subspecies Eprius Veleda Veleda

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Google previewThe Demon Dictionary Volume One (2013)

Know Your Enemy. Learn His Strategies. Defeat Him! by Kimberly Daniels

Veleda Mentioned by the Roman historian Tacitus, Veleda is a priestessdiviner of ancient Gaul and Germany. Vercan A powerful demon that is called upon in conjurations. Verdelet A demon who was responsible for transporting witches to the Sabbat vervain Also known as verbena, this plant is used in witches' ointment . It was believed to make them invisible. viedma In Russia, this is the word for witch. von Nettesheim, Henrich Cornelius Agrippa (1486-1535) Henrich Cornelius ...

Google previewA Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome (2016)

by Andrew Zissos

Like Josephus, Veleda is a foreign leader who is first at war ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Goddesses and Heroines [2 volumes] (2009)

by Patricia Monaghan

See Fylgja Veleda Germanic; prophetess. Verdandi. See Norns Ver∂andi. See Norns Volla. See Fulla Voluspa Volva. See Voluspa Vo ̈r Scandinavian; wisdom. Waldmichen. See Freyja Wave Maidens. See Ran Weisse Frauen Germanic; forest. Werre Germanic; spinning. Wilden Wip. See Buschfrauen Wisen Wif. See Nixies Witte Juffern. See Buschfrauen Scandinavia | 477.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

The prophetess Veleda marched singing before the ranks of the Batavi, when they, after long following the Roman banners, ...

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Small photo of LISBON , PORTUGAL - CIRCA 2000s: A Post stamp of Portugal shows portrait of Maria Veleda More...

Scrabble value of V4E1L1E1D2A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of VELEDA

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