(Ealhwine Flaccus) a.d. 735–804, English theologian and scholar: teacher and adviser of Charlemagne.
735–804 ad, English scholar and theologian; friend and adviser of Charlemagne
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450?–404 b.c, Athenian politician and general. Historical Examples Now it was that Alcibiades for the first time did the state a service, and one of the most signal kind. The History of the Peloponnesian War Thucydides And, in conclusion, they sent the galley named the Salaminian to recall Alcibiades. The Boys’ and Girls’ Plutarch Plutarch […]
Also, alcidine [al-si-dahyn] /ˈæl sɪˌdaɪn/ (Show IPA). of, pertaining, or belonging to the family Alcidae, comprising the auks, murres, puffins, etc. a bird of the family Alcidae. Historical Examples Uria, ū′ri-a, n. a genus of alcid—the guillemots and murres. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z and supplements) Various alcid: Auks, Puffins, etc.—These […]
(def 1). Historical Examples Phillis still called him Alcides, to his endless mystification: but she privately wondered when his labors were to begin. Not Like Other Girls Rosa N. Carey The great Alcides, every labour past, Had still this monster to subdue at last. Essay on Man Alexander Pope After ‘Alcides” ‘lion’s robe’ is of […]
Also, alcidine [al-si-dahyn] /ˈæl sɪˌdaɪn/ (Show IPA). of, pertaining, or belonging to the family Alcidae, comprising the auks, murres, puffins, etc. a bird of the family Alcidae. adjective of, relating to, or belonging to the Alcidae, a family of sea birds including the auks, guillemots, puffins, and related forms