mirabilia
foreign term Etymology: Latin wonders ; miracles

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • mirabilia — /mira bilia/ s. neutro pl., lat. [dall agg. mirabĭlis ], usato in ital. come femm. plur. [cose, eventi straordinari e sim., anche iron.: raccontare m. ] ▶◀ meraviglie, miracoli …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • mirabilia — mi·ra·bì·lia s.f.pl., lat. CO ciò che suscita meraviglia, stupore, ammirazione: fare, dire mirabilia Sinonimi: mirabilie. {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: av. 1388. ETIMO: lat. mirabilia, nt. pl. di mirabilis mirabile …   Dizionario italiano

  • mirabilia — {{hw}}{{mirabilia}}{{/hw}}o mirabilie s. f. pl.  (usato spec. senza articolo determinativo) (scherz.) Cose grandi, straordinarie: raccontare mirabilia di qlcu …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • mirabilia — /mee rddah bil i ah /; Eng. /mir euh bil ee euh/, n.pl. Latin. marvels; miracles. * * * …   Universalium

  • mirabilia — n. miracles, wonders (Latin) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • mirabilia — s. f. pl. (scherz.) meraviglie, miracoli, cose straordinarie …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • mirabilia — /mɪrəˈbɪliə/ (say miruh bileeuh) plural noun Rare marvels; miracles. {Latin} …   Australian English dictionary

  • mirabilia — /mee rddah bil i ah /; Eng. /mir euh bil ee euh/, n.pl. Latin. marvels; miracles …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mirabilia Urbis Romae —     Mirabilia Urbis Romæ     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Mirabilia Urbis Romæ     The title of a medieval Latin description of the city of Rome, dating from about 1150. Unhampered by any very accurate knowledge of the historical continuity of the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Mirabilia Urbis Romae — ( Marvels of the City of Rome ) is a much copied medieval Latin text that served generations of pilgrims and tourists as a guide to the city of Rome. The original, which was written by a canon of St Peter s, dates from the 1140s. The text… …   Wikipedia

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