Vandalic

  • 141DROMONES — naves cursoriae, longae et expeditae, apud Isid. Origin. l. 19. c. 1. Aelfricum in Glossis, Procop. Vandalic. l. 1. Alios. a velocitate cursus, qui Graecis δρόμος dicitur. Certe primus eorum usus fuit, ad cursum publicum; quem non equis tantum,… …

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  • 142HARACIUM — apud Vinc. Belvacensem l. 31. c. 143. 10. milia equorum praeter illos qui erant in pascuis et haraciis, et l. 1. Cod. Theod. de Grege Dominic. Greges dominici, haracia dominica: grex equorum est ἱπποφόρβιον Procopio Vandalic. l. 1. c. 12. et Goth …

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  • 143HOMOUSIANI — apud Victorem Vit. de Persecut. Vandalic. l. 4. Rex Hunericus Vandalorum et Alanorum, universis Episcopis homousianis; Aliis Homousiones et Homousionistae, apud Augustin. Ep. 177. ab Arrianis Orthodoxi appellati sunt: quod SS. Triadis Personas… …

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  • 144German — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. Germanic, Deutsch, Hoch deutsch ( both German), Teutonic, PRussian, Saxon, Bavarian, Rhenish, Thuringian, Hanoverian, Swabian, Franconian, thorough, systematic, gemütlich (German). n. 1. [The German language] Syn.… …

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  • 145xvn — ISO 639 3 Code of Language ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Ancient Language Name : Vandalic …

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  • 146Chronology —    Before the ninth century there were considerable differences in the chronologies used for the writing of history and chronicles (qq.v.). Some pre ninth century chronologies started with dates of regional significance, such as the beginning… …

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  • 147Priscian —    Distinguished Latin grammarian and poet who left Vandalic North Africa to settle in Constantinople, where he wrote a panegyric to the emperor Anastasios I (qq.v.) ca. 503. His chief work was a voluminous work on Latin grammar that became a… …

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  • 148ferocious — a. 1. Untamed (like a wild beast), savage, fierce, wild, ravenous, rapacious, ferine. 2. Barbarous, cruel, inhuman, brutal, fell, ruthless, relentless, merciless, pitiless, sanguinary, bloody, Vandalic …

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  • 149fell — I. a. Cruel, inhuman, barbarous, ruthless, relentless, unrelenting, implacable, pitiless, malignant, malign, malicious, savage, ferocious, sanguinary, bloody, blood thirsty, Vandalic. II. v. a. 1. Prostrate, level, hurl down, knock down, lay… …

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  • 150savage — I. a. 1. Uncultivated (as a forest), wild, rough, sylvan. 2. Uncivilized (like an inhabitant of the woods), untaught, rude, unpolished. 3. Wild, untamed, fierce, ferocious, rapacious, ravenous, ferine, blood thirsty. 4. Inhuman, beastly, brutal,… …

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  • 151vandal — I. n. Barbarian, savage, destroyer. II. a. Barbarous, savage, Vandalic, rude …

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  • 152barbaric — adj 1. primitive, rude, wild, uncivilized. See barbarian (def.1). 2. ferocious, fierce, savage, ruthless, vicious, fell, truculent; untamed, wild, undomesticated, unbroken; feral, ferine, wolfish, lupine, beastly, bestial, Obs. belluine; brutal,… …

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  • 153brutal — adj 1. pitiless, merciless, heartless, unkind, inhumane; unfeeling, uncompassionate, unsympathetic; cruel, hard hearted, stony hearted, marble hearted, cold blooded; cold, callous, insensitive, hardened, obdurate. 2. inhuman, barbarous, barbaric …

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  • 154fell — 1.v cut down, hew, mow, level, raze, demolish; shoot, wound, strike down, prostrate; overthrow, kill. adj 1. fierce, savage, ferocious, vicious, truculent; bestial, brutish, feral, ferine, tigerish, wolfish, lupine; brutal, violent, inhuman,… …

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  • 155ferocious — adj 1. bestial, brutish, beastly, beastlike, Obs. belluine, feral, ferine; untamed, wild, undomesticated, unbroken; predatory, predacious, raptorial; rapacious, ravenous, ravening. 2. fierce, savage, vicious, fell, truculent; tigerish, wolfish,… …

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  • 156fiendish — adj 1. inhuman, barbarous, barbaric, savage, Tartarian, Hunnish, Vandalic; brutal, brutish, murderous, slaughterous, bloodthirsty, sanguinary, sadistic, ogreish; terrible, harsh, fell, truculent; ferocious, ruthless, vicious, feral, ferine;… …

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  • 157fierce — adj 1. wild, savage, ferocious, vicious, fell, truculent; brutish, feral, ferine, tigerish, wolfish, lupine; brutal, inhuman, barbarous, barbaric, hellish, Tartarian, Hunnish, Gothic, Vandalic; murderous, homicidal, slaughterous, bloodthirsty,… …

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  • 158ghoulish — adj 1. fiendish, diabolic, diabolical, devilish; satanic, Mephistophelian, demonian, demonic, demoniacal, cacodemonic; infernal, hellish, hell born. 2. inhuman, barbarous, barbaric, savage, Tartarian, Hunnish, Vandalic; brutal, brutish, murderous …

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  • 159grim — adj 1. stern, uncompromising, unyielding, unbending, inflexible, unamenable; firm, tenacious, intractable, adamant; obstinate, steadfast, obdurate, headstrong; unrelenting, relentless, inexorable, implacable; harsh, hard, severe, iron; resolute,… …

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  • 160hellish — adj 1. diabolical, fiendish, ghoulish, hell born, infernal; demonic, demoniac, demoniacal, devilish, satanic, Mephistophelian. 2. inhuman, barbarous, barbaric, savage, Tartarian, Hunnish, Vandalic; brutal, brutish, murderous, slaughterous,… …

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