penetralia

  • 1Penetralia — Penetralia …

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  • 2Penetralia — Pen e*tra li*a, n. pl. [L., fr. penetralis penetrating, internal. See {Penetrate}.] 1. The recesses, or innermost parts, of any thing or place, especially of a temple or palace. [1913 Webster] 2. Hidden things or secrets; privacy; sanctuary; as,… …

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  • 3Penetralĭa — Penetralĭa, 1) (röm. Ant,), das Innere eines Ortes, Hauses, bes. der große Familiensaal, wo der Herd stand u. die Penaten aufgestellt waren; dann das innere Heiligthum eines Tempels, gewöhnlich mit der Statue der Gottheit u. nicht Jedem… …

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  • 4Penetrālia — (lat.), das Innere eines Hauses, besonders eines Tempels; daher überhaupt ein nicht jedem zugänglicher Ort, in fürstlichen Begräbnissen heißt Penetrale der Ort zur Beisetzung der Särge …

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  • 5penetralia — index privacy Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6penetralia — [pen΄i trā′lē ə] pl.n. [L, neut. pl. of penetralis, penetrating, inward] 1. the innermost parts, as of a temple 2. things kept private or secret …

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  • 7Penetralia — Infobox Album | Name = Penetralia Type = Album Artist = Hypocrisy Released = October 5, 1992 Recorded = Studio Rockshop Genre = Death metal Length = 42:22 51:32 (bonus tracks) Label = Nuclear Blast Producer = Markus Staiger Reviews = * Allmusic… …

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  • 8Penetralia — Midnattsol Carmen Elise Espanaes Gründung 2002 Genre Folk Metal, Symphonic Metal Website …

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  • 9penetralia — noun plural Etymology: Latin, neuter plural of penetralis inner, from penetrare to penetrate Date: 1668 the innermost or most private parts …

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  • 10penetralia — penetralian, adj. /pen i tray lee euh/, n.pl. 1. the innermost parts or recesses of a place or thing. 2. the most private or secret things. [1660 70; < L, n. use of neut. pl. of PENETRALIS inner, equiv. to penetr(are) to PENETRATE + alis AL1] * * …

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  • 11penetralia — noun a) The innermost, secret or hidden parts. I believe, had I been in the inmost recesses of my habitationthe very penetraliayour eagerness would have surmounted bolts, bars, decency, and everything. b) The innermost parts of a building, such&#8230; …

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  • 12penetralia — pen·e·tra·li·a || ‚penɪ treɪlɪə n. interior recesses of a building, innermost section of a temple; innermost secrets …

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  • 13penetralia — [ˌpɛnɪ treɪlɪə] plural noun literary the innermost parts of a building. Origin C17: from L., lit. innermost things …

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  • 14penetralia — n. pl. 1. Sanctuary, inner parts, recesses. 2. Secrets, mysteries, hidden things …

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  • 15penetralia — n innermost or deepest recesses or parts, secret place or places, depths, bowels, insides; bosom, heart, heart of hearts; core, pith, marrow, kernel, nucleus, center …

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  • 16penetralia — pen·e·tra·lia …

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  • 17penetralia — pen•e•tra•li•a [[t]ˌpɛn ɪˈtreɪ li ə[/t]] n. pl. 1) the innermost parts or recesses 2) the most private or secret things • Etymology: 1660–70; &LT; L, n. use of neut. pl. of penetrālis inner =penetr(āre) to penetrate+ ālis al I …

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  • 18penetralia — /pɛnəˈtreɪliə/ (say penuh trayleeuh) plural noun the innermost parts or recesses of a place or thing. {Latin, properly neuter plural of penetrālis inner, originally penetrating} …

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  • 19penetralia —   n. pl. private places; secrets …

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  • 20penetralia — n.pl. 1 innermost shrines or recesses. 2 secret or hidden parts; mysteries. Etymology: L, neut. pl. of penetralis interior (as PENETRATE) …

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