Armillifer Ar·mil·li·fer (är-mĭl’ə-fər)
A genus of parasitic organisms, including the tongue worms, whose adult members are found in the lungs of reptiles and whose larvae or nymphs are sometimes found in human.
Usually, arms. weapons, especially . arms, Heraldry. the escutcheon, with its divisions, charges, and tinctures, and the other components forming an achievement that symbolizes and is reserved for a person, family, or corporate body; armorial bearings; . to enter into a state of hostility or of readiness for war. to equip with weapons: to arm […]
- Arming chest
a chest for holding armor and weapons.
the doctrinal teachings of Jacobus Arminius or his followers, especially the doctrine that Christ died for all people and not only for the elect. Compare (def 1). Historical Examples They proceeded to condemn the arminian doctrines, and to banish all the preachers who upheld them. Curiosities of Human Nature Anonymous He has an excellent humour […]
the doctrinal teachings of Jacobus Arminius or his followers, especially the doctrine that Christ died for all people and not only for the elect. Compare (def 1). Historical Examples I mean in contradiction to Arminianism, and all the isms that were ever broached in this world of ignorance and error. The World’s Greatest Books, Vol […]
(Hermann) 17? b.c.–a.d. 21, Germanic hero who defeated Roman army a.d. 9. Jacobus [juh-koh-buh s] /dʒəˈkoʊ bəs/ (Show IPA), (Jacob Harmensen) 1560–1609, Dutch Protestant theologian. noun Also Hermann. ?17 bc–?21 ad, Germanic chieftain: organized a revolt against the Romans in 9 a.d Jacobus. (dʒəˈkəʊbəs), real name Jacob Harmensen. 1560–1609, Dutch Protestant theologian