Definition of Athleta
1. athlete [n -S] - See also: athlete
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Athleta
Literary usage of Athleta
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day: Containing (1825)
"There were two Statues of Hygiea; one of the Lycian Apollo, Antinous, Atys, Minerva, an athleta, a Muse, a Sabine, the wife of Adrian, Theseus, an athleta, ..."
2. The topography of Rome and its vicinity by William Gell (1846)
"A bearded figure is next seen, speaking to an athleta, who is to run with ... The next figure is an athleta, ready to leap at the command of another with a ..."
3. Dictionary of Latin Synonymes: For the Use of Schools and Private Students by Ludwig Ramshorn, Francis Lieber (1841)
"athleta, PUGIL, GLADIATOR ... in which bodily strength, nimbleness, and rhythm of motion were requisite: athleta se exercentes in curricula. Cic. ..."