catacomb

  • 1 Catacomb 3-D — Catacomb 3D Title screen Developer(s) id Software Publisher(s) Softdisk …

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  • 2 Catacomb 3-D — Catacomb 3D Catacomb 3D Éditeur Softdisk Développeur id Software Concepteur John Carmack, John Romero et Jason Blochowiak (programmation) Tom Hall (creative director) Adrian Carmack (art) Robert Prince (musique) Da …

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  • 3 Catacomb 3D — Éditeur Softdisk Développeur id Software Concepteur John Carmack, John Romero et Jason Blochowiak (programmation) Tom Hall (creative director) Adrian Carmack (art) Robert Prince (musique) Da …

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  • 4 Catacomb 3-D — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Catacomb 3D Desarrollador: id Software Distribuidor: Softdisk Diseñ …

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  • 5 Catacomb 3-D — Catacomb 3D Разработчик id Software Издатель Softdisk Создатели Геймдизайнер Джон Кармак, Джон Ромеро, Джейсон Блочо …

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  • 6 Catacomb — Cat a*comb, n. [It. catacomba, fr. L. catacumba perh. from Gr. kata downward, down + ky mbh cavity.] A cave, grotto, or subterraneous place of large extent used for the burial of the dead; commonly in the plural. [1913 Webster] Note: The terms is …

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  • 7 catacomb — (n.) usually catacombs, from O.E. catacumbas, from L.L. (400 C.E.) catacumbae, originally the region of underground tombs between the 2nd and 3rd milestones of the Appian Way (where the bodies of apostles Paul and Peter, among others, were said… …

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  • 8 catacomb — Now pronounced kat ǝ koom; but kat ǝ kohm is heard in AmE …

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  • 9 catacomb — ► NOUN ▪ an underground cemetery consisting of a gallery with recesses for tombs. ORIGIN Latin catacumbas, the name of the subterranean cemetery of St Sebastian near Rome …

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  • 10 catacomb — [kat′ə kōm΄] n. [ME catacumb; ult. LL catacumba, pl. catacumbae, region between 2d & 3d milestones of the Appian Way, Catacombs; prob. by dissimilation < L cata tumbas, at the graves < cata (< Gr kata, down), by + tumbas, acc. pl. of… …

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  • 11 catacomb — catacumbal /kat euh kum beuhl/, adj. /kat euh kohm /, n. 1. Usually, catacombs. an underground cemetery, esp. one consisting of tunnels and rooms with recesses dug out for coffins and tombs. 2. the Catacombs, the subterranean burial chambers of… …

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  • 12 catacomb — noun Etymology: Middle English catacumb, Middle French catacombe, probably from Old Italian catacomba, from Late Latin catacumbae, plural Date: 15th century 1. a subterranean cemetery of galleries with recesses for tombs usually used in plural …

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  • 13 catacomb — [17] Catacomb derives from the name of an underground cemetary in ancient Rome, the Coemetērium Catacumbas, beneath the Basilica of St Sebastian near the Appian Way. It is said that the bodies of St Peter and St Paul were deposited in or near its …

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  • 14 catacomb — [17] Catacomb derives from the name of an underground cemetary in ancient Rome, the Coemetērium Catacumbas, beneath the Basilica of St Sebastian near the Appian Way. It is said that the bodies of St Peter and St Paul were deposited in or near its …

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  • 15 catacomb — noun /ˈkatəˌkəʊm,ˈkatəkuːm,ˈkætakoʊm,ˈkætəkuːm/ An underground system of tunnels and chambers with recesses for graves, used (in former times) as a cemetery; a subterranean tunnel system used for burying the dead, as in Paris or ancient Rome …

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  • 16 catacomb — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A burial place or receptacle for human remains: cinerarium, crypt, grave1, mausoleum, ossuary, sepulcher, sepulture, tomb, vault1. See KEEP, PLACE …

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  • 17 catacomb — cat|a|comb [ˈkætəku:m US koum] n [C usually plural] [Date: 900 1000; : Late Latin; Origin: Catacumbas underground place in Rome where the bodies of St Peter and St Paul were said to be buried] an area underground where dead people are buried =… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 Catacomb —    An underground cemetery consisting of corridors, rooms (cubicula), and burial niches (loculi and arcosolia). The most famous catacombs are those around Rome (q.v.), which contain some of the earliest Christian art …

    Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • 19 catacomb — [[t]kæ̱təkuːm, AM koʊm[/t]] catacombs N COUNT: usu pl Catacombs are ancient underground passages and rooms, especially under a city, where people used to be buried …

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  • 20 catacomb — cat·a·comb || kætÉ™kuːm n. subterranean cemetery, crypt, tomb …

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