Definition of Evites
1. evite [v] - See also: evite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Evites
Literary usage of Evites
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Greek Reader: Selected Principally from the Work of Frederic Jacobs by Charles Anthon (1854)
"To have a successful or fortunate day, to gain one's point. Evr/pyc, £0f contr. ouf, ó. evites, ths father of Tiresias. ..."
2. Notes, critical and practical, on the book of Numbers by George Bush (1858)
"The offerings of the princes, and the consecration of the 1,evites, VII, VIII 6. Regulations respecting the celebration of the Passover, the signals and ..."