Definition of Triliths

1. Noun. (plural of trilith) ¹



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Definition of Triliths

1. trilith [n] - See also: trilith

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triliths

trilingualists
trilingually
trilinguals
trilinguar
trilinguist
trilinguists
triliteral
triliteralism
triliteralisms
triliterals
trilith
trilithic
trilithionite
trilithon
trilithons
triliths (current term)
trill
trillachan
trilled
triller
trillers
trilliard
trilling
trillings
trillion
trillion floating point operations per second
trillionaire
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trillionairess
trillionairesses

Literary usage of Triliths

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1. An Archæological Index to Remains of Antiquity of the Celtic, Romano-British by John Yonge Akerman (1847)
"DOLMENS, triliths, AND CROMLECHS. To these primitive structures various names have been given by antiquaries, and much crude conjecture has been hazarded as ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1864)
"... and he succeeded in discovering a symbol, a character on the under surface of the fallen impost of one of the great triliths of the inner circle «. ..."

3. The Archaeological Review by George Laurence Gomme, Gomme, George Laurence, Sir, 1853-1916 (1889)
"I have already cited Mr. Petrie's conclusion that the imported blue stones were in fact set in position later than the triliths and ..."

4. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1902)
"The analogues of Stone-henge, were found by Palgrave in Central Arabia, by Barth near Tripoli, in Africa, consisting of triliths and stone circles, ..."

5. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1902)
"The triliths distinguish Stone-henge from other circles. Thedistance frona the Sun stone to the Slaughter stone, is one hundred feet. ..."

6. Wanderings of an Antiquary: Chiefly Upon the Traces of the Romans in Britain by Thomas Wright (1854)
"Within this circle were two elliptical arrangements of large and small stones, the former arranged in what the French archaeologists term triliths, ..."

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