Definition of Eparchies

1. Noun. (plural of eparchy) ¹



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Definition of Eparchies

1. eparchy [n] - See also: eparchy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eparchies

epalate
epalrestat
epamniotic
epamniotic cavity
epanadiplosis
epanalepsis
epanaphora
epanastrophe
epanodos
epanody
epanorthosis
epanthous
eparch
eparchial
eparchic
eparchies (current term)
eparchs
eparchy
eparsalgia
eparterial
eparterial bronchus
epatant
epaule
epaulement
epaulements
epaules
epaulet
epaulets
epaulette
epauletted

Literary usage of Eparchies

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1. A History of the Christian Councils: From the Original Documents by Karl Joseph von Hefele, William Robinson Clark, Henry Nutcombe Oxenham, Edward Hayes Plumptre (1871)
"The word o/to/w? shows that the Synod places these eparchies in the same rank as the sees of Alexandria and Antioch. • (7.) It is very true that the sixth ..."

2. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1838)
"by the name of their respective eparchies. A description cf the physical ... Several eparchies have lost more than one-half .if their numbers by death or ..."

3. A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and by James Bell (1832)
"The country is to be divided into provinces or eparchies; and all the provinces or districts which have taken up arms against the Turks, are to be accounted ..."

4. The Life and Times of S. Gregory the Illuminator, the Founder and Patron by Solomon Caesar Malan, Matthew, of Tokhat Matthew (1868)
"certain eparchies that belong to Persia, besides those that are included in the Russian Empire. The Persian eparchies of the Armenian Church are only two, ..."

5. The Scottish Christian Herald (1836)
"The eparchies »re generally named after the pbi-c where the prelate resides, and not after the province. Catharine II., by an ukaze of the 24th February ..."

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