Definition of Agilas

1. agila [n] - See also: agila



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agilas

aggrouping
aggroupment
aggroupments
aggroups
aggrupation
aggrupations
aggry
agh
agha
aghas
aghast
aghast(p)
aghastness
agible
agila
agilas (current term)
agile
agile gibbon
agile gibbons
agile wallaby
agilely
agileness
agilenesses
agiler
agilest
agilities
agility
agin
aginator
aginators

Literary usage of Agilas

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1. Highways of Commerce: The Ocean Lines, Railways, Canals, and Other Trade by United States Bureau of Foreign Commerce (1899)
"The names of the steamers of this line are: One of these steamers leaves Barcelona every Wednesday for Tarragona, Valencia, Alicante, Cartagena, agilas, ..."

2. Practical Handbook for the Study of the Bible and of Bible Literature by Michael Seisenberger (1911)
"His work was warmly welcomed by the Jews, and the Talmud praises it and calls it the Targum agilas. ..."

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