a secluded, private, or obscure road.
a subsidiary or obscure field of research, endeavor, etc.
The Shadow of a Crime Hall Caine
The Life of the Party Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
Gwen Wynn Mayne Reid
The Golden Dog William Kirby
From Sea to Sea Rudyard Kipling
The Fte At Coqueville Emile Zola
The Lost Prince Frances Hodgson Burnett
Tom Slade with the Colors Percy K. Fitzhugh
Sir Christopher Maud Wilder Goodwin
Children of the Tenements Jacob A. Riis
a secondary or side road, esp in the country
an area, field of study, etc, that is very obscure or of secondary importance
Byzantine. Historical Examples The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism Franz Cumont Byzantine
bezant (def 2). Historical Examples The Passing of the Turkish Empire in Europe B. Granville Baker Ivanhoe Walter Scott
of or relating to Byzantium. of or relating to the Byzantine Empire. noting or pertaining to the architecture of the Byzantine Empire and to architecture influenced by or imitating it: characterized by masonry construction, round arches, impost blocks, low domes on pendentives, the presence of fine, spiky foliage patterns in low relief on stone capitals […]
liturgical plainsong identified with the Eastern Orthodox Church and dating from the Byzantine Empire.