Definition of Latrias

1. latria [n] - See also: latria



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Latrias

laton
latosol
latosolic
latosols
latrant
latrants
latrappite
latrate
latrated
latrating
latration
latrations
latred
latreutical
latria
latrias (current term)
latrine
latrines
latrociny
latrodectism
latron
latrons
latrophilin
latrophilins
latrorse
latrotoxin
latrotoxins
latrunculin
latrunculins
lats

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). ..."

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