Definition of Encaenias

1. encaenia [n] - See also: encaenia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encaenias

enate
enates
enatic
enation
enations
enaunter
enavigate
enbattled
enbibe
enbibed
enbibes
enbibing
enblow
enbucrilate
encaenia
encaenias (current term)
encage
encaged
encages
encaging
encainide
encainide hydrochloride
encalm
encalmed
encalming
encalms
encamp
encamped
encamping
encampment

Literary usage of Encaenias

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1. The Inquisition Unmasked: Being an Historical and Philosophical Account of by Antonio Puigblanch (1816)
"It is a concise history of the feast of the encaenias, or dedication of the temple of Jerusalem, by the Machabees, and in it are found certain particulars ..."

2. Corpus scriptorum historiae byzantinae by Barthold Georg Niebuhr (1839)
"... quae dicuntur encaenias factae sunt. Anastasius Biblioth. in histor. eccles. : Junio mense facĂ­a sunt encaenia SS. ..."

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