Definition of Melinites
1. melinite [n] - See also: melinite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Melinites
Literary usage of Melinites
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of Hardwick, Massachusetts: With a Genealogical Register by Lucius Robinson Paige (1883)
"... to [melinites, lories, regulars, deserters, strangers, and foreigners. \V:ih a woman (ba( is admitted lo buró sense so stupid, if in the exercise of her ..."
2. Chambers's encyclopædia by Chambers W. and R., ltd (1874)
"... and, at its fall, had become one of the Great Patriarchates of the Christian Church; but owing to the religious feuds of the Jacobites and melinites, ..."
3. History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of by Michael Russell (1842)
"... —Almohades —melinites—()nt.ti/.i—Shereef Hassan—Various Races of Men— Administration of Justice—Rude Government—Oppression— Court-dress—Arrogance of the ..."
4. The Rise of the Spanish Empire in the Old World and in the New by Roger Bigelow Merriman (1918)
"itself for this loss at the expense of the melinites by capturing Gibraltar, their last holding in the peninsula.1 The fortress, however, was not long to ..."
5. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El Medinah and Meccah by Sir Richard Francis Burton (1857)
"And with the melinites,'*;). Bears the brunt . ОГ the Ill-feeling uf the pilgrim«, ..."
6. Universal Geography: Or, A Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1829)
"... or descendant of Mahomet, put a period to the power of the melinites. Hie posterity still reigns, after having weathered frequent revolutions. ..."