Definition of Eupatridae

1. eupatrid [n] - See also: eupatrid



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eupatridae

euosmia
euosmite
euosmitte
euouae
euouaes
eupad
eupads
eupancreatism
euparal
eupathies
eupathy
eupatorin eupatorine
eupatorium
eupatoriums
eupatrid
eupatridae (current term)
eupatrids
eupaverin
eupepsia
eupepsias
eupepsies
eupepsy
eupeptic
eupeptide
eupeptide bond
eupeptides
euphane
euphausid
euphausids
euphausiid

Literary usage of Eupatridae

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1. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest. With by William Smith (1897)
"The government exclusively in the hands of the eupatridae. The nine archons and their functions. The senate of Areopagus. §6. The legislation of Draco. §7. ..."

2. Political Philosophy by Henry Brougham Brougham and Vaux (1853)
"Authors—Early History—Cecrops; Theseus—Threefold Division of the People— Ancient Officers — Panathenaea — Kings — Archons — eupatridae — Polemarch ..."

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