Definition of Corvinas
1. corvina [n] - See also: corvina
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corvinas
Literary usage of Corvinas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Teuffels̓ History of Roman Literature by Wilhelm Sigismund Teuffel (1891)
"... had not joined the New Attic School, but followed the manner of Cicero. Cf. TAC. dial. 18 Cicerone mitior corvinas el dulcior et in verbis maijin ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1802)
"Act. II. of Othello, to which corvinas refers, is a non-entity. ... If it please corvinas, " why, let him keep his taste, and Vic'll keep ours. ..."
3. Transactions of the American Entomological Society. by American Entomological Society (1871)
"41; corvinas Harold, Beri. Ent. Zeitschrift, 1868, p. 129. Easily recognizable by the ... I cannot agree with Harold in separating corvinas as distinct. ..."
4. Travels in Peru, During the Years 1838-1842: On the Coast, in the Sierra by Johann Jakob von Tschudi (1847)
"Most of the corvinas and bonitos are carried to market. The flesh of the latter is firm, dry, and less savoury than the corvina. The Pcxe-rcy (king-fish) is ..."
5. The Intellectual Observer (1863)
"... very diversified, and they make a goodly show among the gatherings of the nets, with Gurnards and Rays, and young sharks, with corvinas, or Drummers, ..."