Definition of Aneurins

1. aneurin [n] - See also: aneurin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aneurins

anethole trithione
anetholes
anethols
anethopath
anetic
anetoderma
aneuploid
aneuploidies
aneuploids
aneuploidy
aneural
aneurin
aneurine
aneurine hydrochloride
aneurine pyrophosphate
aneurins (current term)
aneurism
aneurismal
aneurismatic
aneurisms
aneurolemmic
aneurysm
aneurysm by anastomosis
aneurysmal
aneurysmal bone cyst
aneurysmal bruit
aneurysmal cough
aneurysmal murmur
aneurysmal phthisis

Literary usage of Aneurins

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1. The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales and Cornwall and Such by Sabine Baring-Gould, John Fisher (1907)
"... two aneurins, tries to make out,3 but unsuccessfully we believe, that the bard was the son of Gildas. This he thought would " remove all the ..."

2. The Independent Review (1904)
"The Patriot Engineer (1862), England before the Storm, aneurins Harp, France 1870, and At the Close (1901), together form a group of political poems to ..."

3. The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales and Cornwall and Such by Sabine Baring-Gould, John Fisher (1907)
"... while rejecting the identification of the two aneurins, tries to make out,3 but unsuccessfully we believe, that the bard was the son of Gildas. ..."

4. A Book of South Wales by Sabine Baring-Gould (1905)
"... while rejecting the identification of the two aneurins, tries to make out that the bard was the son of Gildas. This he thought would "remove all the ..."

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