(in ancient greek and roman architecture) a covered portico, as a promenade. (in an ancient roman villa) a garden walk planted with trees. historical examples chambers’s twentieth century dictionary (part 4 of 4: s-z and supplements) various noun a long portico, esp one used in ancient greece for athletics (in ancient rome) a covered garden […]
a surgical instrument for scr-ping bones. noun a surgical instrument for scr-ping bone; surgical rasp or file n.
xyst. historical examples roman antiquities, and ancient mythology charles k. dillaway
xyst. sixtus i. sixtus ii. sixtus iii. saint, died a.d. 258, pope 257–258. saint, pope a.d. 432–440. historical examples quintus claudius, volume 1 of 2 ernst eckstein ten books on architecture vitruvius the fables of phdrus phaedrus english conferences of ernest renan ernest renan quintus claudius, volume 1 of 2 ernst eckstein