Definition of Aeneus

1. aeneous [adj] - See also: aeneous



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aeneus

aelurophil
aelurophile
aelurophiles
aelurophils
aelurophobe
aelurophobes
aelurophobia
aelurophobias
aemulation
aemule
aemuled
aemules
aemuling
aeneolithic
aeneous
aeneus (current term)
aenigmatite
aenigmatites
aeolian harp
aeolian harps
aeolian lyre
aeolianite
aeolianites
aeolipile
aeolipiles
aeolipyle
aeolist
aeolotropic
aeolotropy
aeolus

Literary usage of Aeneus

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1. The Classical Journal (1812)
"(We follow Bentley's reading et aeneus for aut aeneus.) M. p. 81. reads largus for latus. • . In p. 91. M. resumes the passage in which he had before ..."

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