Musquito
Musquito Mus*qui"to, n. (Zo["o]l.) See {Mosquito}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Musquito — (c. 1780 – 25 February 1825) was an Indigenous Australian outlaw, or bushranger, based in Van Diemens Land. He was born in Sydney Cove and transported to Van Diemens Land for murdering his wife. After his release he turned to working as a… …   Wikipedia

  • Musquito — (1780? 25 février 1825) était un bushranger aborigène australien sévissant en Tasmanie. Il a été condamné à Sydney pour le meurtre de sa femme et transféré en Tasmanie. Après sa libération, il travailla comme traqueur et, selon… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Musquito — var. Miskito a. and n …   Useful english dictionary

  • musquito — Mosquito Mos*qui to (m[o^]s*k[=e]*t[ o]), n.; pl. {Mosquitoes} (m[o^]s*k[=e]*t[=o]z). [Sp. mosquito, fr. moscafly, L. musca. Cf. {Musket}.] (Zo[ o]l.) Any one of various species of gnats of the genus {Culex} and allied genera. The females have a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Musquito — /məsˈkitoʊ/ (say muhs keetoh) noun ( King Musquito , the Black Napoleon ), died 1825, Australian convict and tracker; formed a gang known as the Tame Mob in Tasmania and was later executed for murder …   Australian English dictionary

  • Musquito class floating battery — Class overview Name: Musquito Operators:   …   Wikipedia

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  • HMS Mosquito — Twelve ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Mosquito , or the archaic HMS Musquito , after the tropical insect, the Mosquito:*HMS|Musquito|1777|6 was a vessel in service in 1777. *HMS|Musquito|1794|6 was a 6 gun schooner, previously… …   Wikipedia

  • Clan Of Xymox — Alias Xymox, COX Pays d’origine Nimègue, Pays bas Genre(s) rock gothique Darkwa …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Clan of Xymox — Surnom Xymox, COX Pays d’origine Nimègue, Pays Bas Genre musical rock gothique Darkwave …   Wikipédia en Français

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