pertaining to Scythia, its people, or their language.
a native or inhabitant of Scythia.
the Iranian language spoken by the ancient Scythians.
of or relating to ancient Scythia, its inhabitants, or their language
a member of an ancient nomadic people of Scythia
the extinct language of this people, belonging to the East Iranian branch of the Indo-European family
The Scythians consisted of “all the pastoral tribes who dwelt to the north of the Black Sea and the Caspian, and were scattered far away toward the east. Of this vast country but little was anciently known. Its modern representative is Russia, which, to a great extent, includes the same territories.” They were the descendants of Japheth (Gen. 9:27). It appears that in apostolic times there were some of this people that embraced Christianity (Col. 3:11).
noun 1. a fern, Cibotium barometz, of southeastern Asia, having stalks covered with shaggy, brownish hair and large, feathery leaves, formerly believed to be a source of vegetable wool.
noun 1. an agricultural implement consisting of a long, curving blade fastened at an angle to a handle, for cutting grass, grain, etc., by hand. verb (used with object), scythed, scything. 2. to cut or mow with a scythe. noun 1. a manual implement for cutting grass, etc, having a long handle held with both […]
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