Definition of Claros

1. claro [n] - See also: claro



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Claros

clarioning
clarions
clarithmetic
clarithmetical
clarithromycin
clarities
claritude
claritudes
clarity
clarkeite
clarkia
clarkias
claro
claro-obscuro
claroes
claros (current term)
clarré
clarsach
clarsachs
clart
clarted
clartier
clartiest
clarting
clarts
clarty
clary
clary sage
clas
clash

Literary usage of Claros

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1. History of Spanish Literature by George Ticknor (1891)
"... reign and court.5 Sonic of these sketches, to which he has given the general title of “claros Varones de ..."

2. Travels in Asia Minor and Greece by Richard Chandler, Nicholas Revett (1825)
"LE, OR claros REMAINS—OF THE ORACLE AND TEMPLE OF APOLLO OF THE ORACULAR FOUNTAIN AND CAVE OF ... from Teos and from Colophon, near which city was claros. ..."

3. Travels in the Three Great Empires of Austria, Russia, and Turkey by Charles Boileau Elliott (1838)
"Colophon and claros.— Samos—Storm.—Isle of Fourni.—Pirates. — Expected attack. — View. — Patmos. — Anecdote. — Greek desire for instruction. — Calm. ..."

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