Definition of Castella

1. castellum [n] - See also: castellum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Castella

castanets
castaway
castaway(a)
castaways
caste
caste-ridden
caste system
casted
casted off
casteism
casteisms
casteless
castelike
castell
castella (current term)
castellan
castellani
castellanies
castellans
castellanus
castellany
castellate
castellated
castellation
castellations
casteller
castellology
castells
castellum

Literary usage of Castella

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1. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry by Bernard Burke (1895)
"1516, Jeanne DE MAIL- LAED, and had issue, Jean de castella (»ho was made governor of the county of Gruyère by the Helvetic diet, after the taking ..."

2. Publications by English Historical Society (1842)
"... dominica castella in usus silos ... régis omnia castella et honores ad coronam ... castella ..."

3. Roger of Wendover's Flowers of History: Comprising the History of England by Matthew Paris, Roger (1842)
"... in maims regis omnia castella et honores ad coronam spectantes, ipse et omnes episcopi nominatim ..."

4. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith (1891)
"S.] [GEM] and the more considerable places near the road, which are called either civitates, via, or castella, and the distances are given in leagues ..."

5. Oceana, Or, England and Her Colonies by James Anthony Froude (1886)
"... for confederation—Mount Macedon—Summer residence of the Governor- — Sir George Verdon—St. Hubert's—Wine growing—Extreme heat—Mr. castella—Expedition to ..."

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