Aetites
Aetites \A`["e]*ti"tes\, n. [L., fr. Gr. ? (sc. ?) stone, fr. ? eagle.] See {Eaglestone}. [1913 Webster]

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  • AETITES — Lapis est, qui e nido aquilarum sumitur, cuius latissime genera describit Plinius, l. 36. c. 21. Sane nihil gemmeum habet, sed omnia lapidis, non colore, non laevore, non nitore ullô commendandus. Interim sine hoc lapide aquilas non fetificare… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Aetites — Aetites, also called Aquilaeus or eagle stone, is a stone said to have magical properties, particularly connected to childbirth. It is mainly composed of iron oxide, with some flint and alumina, and is hollow with a loose nodule which rattles… …   Wikipedia

  • aetites — ˌāəˈtīd.(ˌ)ēz noun (plural aetites) Etymology: Latin, from Greek aetitēs, from aetitēs, adjective, of an eagle, from aetos, aietos eagle more at aviary : eaglestone …   Useful english dictionary

  • aetites — ae·ti·tes …   English syllables

  • Aetites —    This stone is found in the head, neck or stomach of an eagle. Worn as a talisman, it brings courage, good fortune and health, and longevity. If a pregnant woman wears it on the wrist of her left arm, or on her little finger, it will make the… …   The writer's dictionary of science fiction, fantasy, horror and mythology

  • Mycena aetites — Scientific classification Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Basidiomycetes …   Wikipedia

  • Mycena aetites —   Mycena aetites Clasificación científica Reino …   Wikipedia Español

  • etites — (Del lat. aetites < gr. aetites < aetos, águila.) ► sustantivo femenino MINERALOGÍA Concreción natural de óxido de hierro que se presenta en forma de pequeñas masas redondeadas, huecas y con un nódulo suelto en su interior. IRREG. plural… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • aétite — [ aetit ] n. f. • 1546; échitesXIIe; lat. aetites, mot gr. « (pierre) d aigle », qu on prétendait se trouver dans les nids ♦ Anc. minér. Variété d oxyde de fer hydraté. ⇒AÉTITE, ÆTITE, subst. fém. MINÉR. Variété de peroxyde de fer hydraté ou d… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Adlerstein, der — Der Adlerstein des es, plur. die e, ein hohler Stein, welcher einen andern lockern Stein in sich hat, und daher klappert, der Klapperstein; Aetites. Den Nahmen hat er von der Überlieferung des gemeinen Mannes, daß er in den Nestern der Adler… …   Grammatisch-kritisches Wörterbuch der Hochdeutschen Mundart

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