Definition of Hegaris

1. hegari [n] - See also: hegari



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hegaris

heft
heft up
hefte
hefted
hefter
hefters
heftier
heftiest
heftily
heftiness
heftinesses
hefting
hefts
hefty
hegari
hegaris (current term)
hegemon
hegemonic
hegemonies
hegemonise
hegemonised
hegemonises
hegemonising
hegemonist
hegemonistic
hegemonists
hegemonize
hegemonized
hegemonizes
hegemonizing

Literary usage of Hegaris

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1. The Action, therapeutic value and use of the Carlsbad Sprudel salt (powder by Walery Jaworski (1891)
"The solution is best introduced by means of hegaris funnel, in the evening, before bed-time; it is only to be done in the morning in case it disturbs the ..."

2. The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge, Rev. with by Selim Hobart Peabody, Charles Francis Richardson (1898)
"... on the borders of Attica, is extended through hegaris into the Morea or Peloponnesus by a lower ridge, which, passing across the isthmus of Corinth, ..."

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