Definition of Latrias
1. latria [n] - See also: latria
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Latrias
Literary usage of Latrias
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Conquest of Mexico: With a Preliminary View of the Ancient by William Hickling Prescott (1874)
"... é la rebelion de México, y pienso desta manera: Esos Mexicanos tenian entre las otras sus ido- latrias ciertas fiestas del año en que se ..."
2. Theology of the Old Testament by Gustav Friedrich Oehler, George Edward Day (1883)
"... religiones seu potius idolo- latrias. " Divine revelation must enter the world as a proclamation, in which the personality of God as such ..."
3. The Men of the Time, Or, Sketches of Living Notables by J C Garlington (1852)
"The party of the defeated candidate, Capo d'latrias, troubled the early years of his reign ; the regency, too, disgusted the nation by its bureaucratic mode ..."
4. The British Almanac: Containing Astronomical, Official and Other Information by Theodorus Bailey Myers Mason (1843)
"... "latrias President of Greece, '29. 233 ; assassinated, '32. 240. Cappel, Prussian League, '42. 112. Cappoquin, population of, in 1821 and 1831, '34. 9). ..."