Definition of Melics

1. Noun. (plural of melic) ¹



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Definition of Melics

1. melic [n] - See also: melic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Melics

melezitose
meli-
meliaceous
melibiase
melibiases
melibiose
melibiose permease
melibioses
melic
melicera
melicerous
melicitose
melicotoon
melicotoons
melics (current term)
melik
meliks
melilite
melilites
melilot
melilotic
melilotic acid
melilots
melilotus
meline
melinite
melinites
melioidosis
melioidotic

Literary usage of Melics

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1. A History of Greece from the Earliest Times to the Macedonian Conquest by Sir Charles William Chadwick Oman (1890)
"He enfranchised not only such "melics" or resident aliens as desired to take up the citizenship of Athens, but even servile clients, ..."

2. The Progress of America, from the Discovery by Columbus to the Year 1846 by John Macgregor (1847)
"... for about two years after the " declaration of rights" was promulgated in France. The first symptom of revolt arose among the Sans-melics or Gens de ..."

3. International Exhibition, 1876: Official Catalogue by United States Centennial Commission (1876)
"Melbourne, Penal Dcpt., Leather, 163. Melendez, Carvajal, & Co., Hats, 276. melics, LS, Boots, 197. ..."

4. A Day in Old Athens: A Picture of Athenian Life by William Stearns Davis (1914)
"... about 200000 free persons (including the melics — resident foreigners without citizenship); and a rather smaller number of slaves — say 150000 or less. ..."

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