a Greek statue of Venus in marble, c200 b.c., found in 1820 on Melos and now in the Louvre, Paris.
Venus de Milo [(duh-mee-loh, meye-loh)]
An ancient Greek statue of Venus, famous for its beauty, though its arms were broken off centuries ago. The statue is now in the Louvre.
- Aphrodite terra
a large plateau region that stretches approximately halfway around the middle latitude of Venus.
aphs American Pseudo-obstruction and Hirschsprung’s Disease Society
noun (pl) -thae (-θiː) a small ulceration on a mucous membrane, as in thrush, caused by a fungal infection (vet science) another name for foot-and-mouth disease Historical Examples May not this disease be referred to aphtha, or to dysentery? Zoonomia, Vol. II Erasmus Darwin aphtha aph·tha (āf’thə) n. pl. aph·thae (-thē’) A minute painful ulcer […]
aphthae aphthae aph·thae (āf’thē’) pl.n. Canker sores. Historical Examples Sometimes the bowel became gangrenous, while aphthae would appear in the mouth and fauces. A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume II (of 2) Charles Creighton It was attended by an affection of the throat and mouth—an angina with aphthae or thrush of the palate. A […]