[sep-tim-ee-uh s] /sɛpˈtɪm i əs/ (Show IPA), a.d. 146–211, Roman emperor 193–211.
Lucius Septimius (sɛpˈtɪmɪəs). 146–211 ad, Roman soldier and emperor (193–211). He waged war successfully against the Parthians (197–202) and spent his last years in Britain (208–211)
noun, plural severies. 1. (in a vaulted structure) one bay between two principal transverse arches.
noun 1. an industrial town in N Italy, near Milan: 1976 dioxin release. noun 1. a town in N Italy, near Milan: evacuated in 1976 after contamination by a poisonous cloud of dioxin gas released from a factory
noun 1. John, 1745–1815, U.S. Revolutionary War soldier and politician: first governor of Tennessee.
1. a river in SW Utah, flowing N and W to the intermittent Sevier Lake. 325 miles (523 km) long.