Definition of Myrrhine

1. a. Murrhine.



Definition of Myrrhine

1. pertaining to murrha [adj] - See also: murrha

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Myrrhine

myrmidonian
myrmidons
myrmomancy
myrobalan
myrobalan plum
myrobalans
myronic
myronic acid
myrophine
myrosin
myrosinase
myrosinases
myrrh
myrrh tree
myrrhic
myrrhine (current term)
myrrhlike
myrrhol
myrrhols
myrrhs
myrrhy
myrsinaceous
myrsine family
myrtaceous
myrtaceous tree
myrtanol
myrtenol
myrtiform
myrtillin
myrtle

Literary usage of Myrrhine

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1. The Sanctuary of Athena Nike in Athens: Architectural Stages and Chronology by Ira S. Mark (1993)
"Her name was a companion of her repute, called myrrhine truly by the luck ... She first kept the shrine of Athena Nike, Fair-fated myrrhine, picked by lot ..."

2. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1884)
"The cows Ella Lawrence, Duchess of Broome County, myrrhine, and Damask all showed ... myrrhine and Damask recovered, and were on the farm at the time the ..."

3. The Temple of Apollo Bassitas by Frederick A. Cooper (1996)
"195—207 and C. W Clairmont, “Grave Stele of myrrhine, 420—400 BC? ... and Aristophanes' myrrhine from the priestess ..."

4. Menander's Geōrgos: a revised text of the Geneva fragment by Menander, Bernard Pyne Grenfell, Arthur Surridge Hunt (1898)
"... but then comes the difficult question—is this character a new one, or is he identical with the son of myrrhine ? Blass adopts the first alternative, ..."

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