Definition of Lucumos

1. lucumo [n] - See also: lucumo



Lexicographical Neighbors of Lucumos

lucubration
lucubrations
lucubrator
lucubrators
lucubratory
lucule
luculent
luculently
lucules
lucullan
lucullite
lucullites
lucuma
lucumas
lucumo
lucumos (current term)
lud
luddenite
lude
luderick
ludericks
ludes
ludibrious
ludibund
ludic
ludicrosities
ludicrosity
ludicrous
ludicrously
ludicrousness

Literary usage of Lucumos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of Federal Government in Greece and Italy by Edward Augustus Freeman, John Bagnell Bury (1893)
"... where they would be massed in some Tribe along with their own dependents, where they would cease to be Etruscan lucumos, and would have small chance of ..."

2. Historical Essays by Edward Augustus Freeman (1873)
"Then too the allied commonwealths contained nobles as proud and ancient as any of Rome's own patricians, Etruscan lucumos and Samnite Imperators. ..."

3. Decisive Battles of the World by Edward Shepherd Creasy, John Gilmer Speed (1899)
"... of the Etruscans and Volscians from without, and the fierce dissensions between the patricians and plebeians within. Etruria, with her lucumos and ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General (1890)
"... or lucumos who represented the real power of each state. In national enterprises one of the kings ..."

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