That the aruspex was not, indeed, pleased that the entrails should first have appeared mutilated and foul, and then too exuberant.
History of Rome, Vol III Titus Livius
noun (pl) -pices (-pɪˌsiːz)
a variant spelling of haruspex
. Historical Examples Let there be born a Magian from the infamous conjoining of Gellius and his mother, and he shall learn the Persian aruspicy. The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus Caius Valerius Catullus
a river in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, flowing SW and W into the Congo (Zaire) River. about 800 miles (1300 km) long. Historical Examples This was the first barter we had been able to effect on the Aruwimi. In Darkest Africa, Vol. 1; or, The quest, rescue and retreat of Emin, governor of […]
AIDS-related virus. See under . . a variable retrovirus that invades and inactivates helper T cells of the immune system and is a cause of AIDS and AIDS-related complex: variants were identified in several laboratories and independently named lymphadenopathy-associated virus (LAV) human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 3 (HTLV-3) and AIDS-related virus (ARV) the name human […]
arvad wandering, (Ezek. 27:8), a small island and city on the coast of Syria, mentioned as furnishing mariners and soldiers for Tyre. The inhabitants were called Arvadites. The name is written Aruada or Arada in the Tell-el-Amarna tablets. Contemporary Examples Shortly after, he wrote one of his most candid letters to arvad, whom he nicknamed […]