Definition of Butes
1. bute [n] - See also: bute
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Literary usage of Butes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Poems (1896)
"butes (butes was one of the crew of the Argo. When the vessel neared the Isle of the Sirens, the youth leaped overboard to reach them. ..."
2. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology by William Smith (1844)
"83), on the other hand, regards this butes as one of the native kings of Sicily. ... butes took Coronis ; but she invoked Dionysus, 1 *r»ek Batea with ..."
3. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1909)
"... butes were admitted to have been concealed during the state of humiliation. Chemnitz and the Saxon divines called this view a monstrosity, ..."
4. Travels in the Great Western Prairies: The Anahuac and Rocky Mountains, and by Thomas Jefferson Farnham (1843)
"The Rocky Mountains and their Spurs—Geography of the Mountain Region — Wyeth — The Outset — The Beaver Catcher's Bride —Trois butes — Addition from a ..."
5. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition: During the Years 1838 by Charles Wilkes (1849)
"... OBTAIN CANOES—FORD OF THE SACRAMENTO—butes—FEATHER RIVER —CAPTAIN SUTER'S—RELICS OF AN EXTINCT TRIBE—THE PARTY DIVIDED—RIVER SAN JOACHIM —MISSION OF SAN ..."
6. Sporting Excursions in the Rocky Mountains Including a Journey to the by John Kirk Townsend (1840)
"... hunt"—Black Hills— Rough travelling—Red butes—Sweet-water river and Rock Independence—Avocets—Wind river mountains— Rocky Mountain sheep—Adventure of ..."
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