see under (def 2).
of , especially , egypt. of or relating to the schools of philosophy, literature, and science in ancient . . a native or inhabitant of , especially , egypt. contemporary examples g-ddio told me that last week the visibility in the alexandrian harbor was about 27 inches. cleopatra’s comeback stacy schiff june 2, 2010 historical […]
the greek uncial codex, dating from the early 5th century a.d., originally containing the complete text of the greek old and new testaments. historical examples for example, alexandrinus olympius, another mystic, tried magical arts against plotinus. letters on literature andrew lang it appears probable that cyril lucar had brought it with alexandrinus. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th […]
a seaport in w thrace, in ne greece. noun a port in ne greece, in w thrace. pop: 52 720 (2001 est) former name (until the end of world war i) dedéagach
a member of a congregation of brothers founded for the care of the sick at mechlin, brabant, in the 15th century. historical examples he was rushed to the alexian brothers’ hospital, but died a short time after being received there. the spirit of youth and the city streets jane addams the alexian hospital was operated […]
a son of hercules and hebe.