Greek form of .
Aias and Hektor and Aineias hurl enormous masses of rock as easily as an ordinary man would throw a pebble.
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. determiner a Scot word for own noun a variant of ayin noun a department in E central France, in Rhône-Alpes region. Capital: Bourg. Pop: 539 006 (2003 est). Area: 5785 sq km (2256 sq miles) a river in E France, rising in the Jura Mountains and flowing south to the Rhône. Length: 190 km […]
noun (in Samoa) a large family, often spanning several generations Also called aiga
former name of . Historical Examples The needles were briskly plied, and in due time, two hundred and fifty piastres were collected and forwarded to Aintab. The Women of the Arabs Henry Harris Jessup We rode straight into the Mission compound at Aintab, and found ourselves at once in a very academic atmosphere. By Desert […]
noun a suburb of Liverpool, in Merseyside: site of the racecourse over which the Grand National steeplechase has been run since 1839 Historical Examples aintree sauntered up with his coat under his arm as Joyce and her sister vanished from sight. The Sixth Sense Stephen McKenna aintree inhaled the smoke of his cigarette and answered […]