(rare) any plant that grows best in the shade
noun, plural sciosophies. 1. supposed knowledge of natural or supernatural phenomena or forces, usually based on tradition, as astrology or phrenology.
noun 1. a river in central Ohio, flowing S to the Ohio River. 237 miles (382 km) long.
noun 1. Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus Major [puhb-lee-uh s kawr-neel-yuh s,, af-ri-key-nuh s,, -kan-uh s,, -kahn-] /ˈpʌb li əs kɔrˈnil yəs,, ˌæf rɪˈkeɪ nəs,, -ˈkæn əs,, -ˈkɑn-/ (Show IPA), (“Scipio the Elder”) 237–183 b.c, Roman general who defeated Hannibal. 2. his adopted grandson, Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus Minor [ee-mil-ee-ey-nuh s] /iˌmɪl iˈeɪ nəs/ (Show […]
[sahy-ree fey-shee-as; Latin skee-re fah-kee-ahs] /ˈsaɪ ri ˈfeɪ ʃiˌæs; Latin ˈski rɛ ˈfɑ kiˌɑs/ noun, Law. 1. a writ requiring the party against whom it is brought to show cause why a judgment, letters patent, etc., should not be executed, vacated, or annulled. 2. a judicial proceeding initiated by such a writ. scire facias /ˈsaɪərɪ […]