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  • Alexandrine

    (often lowercase) a verse or line of poetry of twelve syllables. (often lowercase) of or relating to such a verse or line. of or relating to , Egypt. Contemporary Examples I’d love to hear that voice of yours revving on some Alexandrine verse. Kathleen Turner’s New Broadway High Kevin Sessums April 16, 2011 Historical Examples […]

  • Alexandrinus

    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 […]

  • Alexandrite

    a variety of chrysoberyl, green by daylight and red-violet by artificial light, used as a gem. Historical Examples This species furnishes us alexandrite, chrysoberyl cat’s-eye and less valuable chrysoberyls of yellowish-green color. A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public Frank Bertram Wade I think I’ll send that alexandrite as a sort […]

  • Alexandros

    (def 2). Historical Examples Alexandros quickly assembled a small council of those of his own opinion, and excommunicated his priest. A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 2 (of 10) Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire) So all sang of his strength and his great deeds, and they called him Alexandros, the helper of men. Museum of Antiquity L. W. […]

  • Alexandroupolis

    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

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