Definition of Maelids

1. maelid [n] - See also: maelid



Lexicographical Neighbors of Maelids

madwomen
madwort
madworts
madzoon
madzoons
madzoun
mae
maedi
maedi virus
maegashira
maegbot
maegbote
maegth
maegthen
maelid
maelids (current term)
maelstrom
maelstroms
maenad
maenades
maenadic
maenadism
maenadisms
maenads
maenor
maenors
maerl
maerls
maes
maestoso

Literary usage of Maelids

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

1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1915)
"THE SPRING Cydonian spring with her attendant train, maelids and water-girls, Stepping beneath a boisterous wind from Thrace, Throughout this sylvan place ..."

2. An Index of Dates: Comprehending the Principal Facts in the Chronology and by J. Willoughby Rosse, John Blair (1859)
"8, maelids, Sp., distributes corn at Rome during a famine ; is accused of aspiring to royalty, and murdered by ..."

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