Definition of Eugenias

1. eugenia [n] - See also: eugenia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eugenias

eudismic ratio
eudismic ratios
eudysmic ratio
eudysmic ratios
eudæmonia
eudæmonic
euergetism
euergetisms
euergetist
euergetists
euerie
euery
eufod
euganoidei
euge
eugenias (current term)
eugenic
eugenic acid
eugenical
eugenically
eugenicism
eugenicist
eugenicists
eugenics
eugenin
eugenism
eugenisms
eugenist
eugenists
eugenite

Literary usage of Eugenias

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1. A General History of Rome from the Foundation of the City to the Fall of by Charles Merivale (1876)
"He murders Valentinian IL, and places eugenias on the throne of the West.—Last attempt to revive Paganism.—Theodosius overcomes Eugenius, closes the temples ..."

2. The Floral World and Garden Guide by Shirley Hibberd (1863)
"Yet the eugenias and the myrtles, and that most fragrant of spicy stove-plants, Caryophyllus aroma- ticus, the flower-buds of which are as good as cloves, ..."

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