Definition of Hermaean
1. herma [adj] - See also: herma
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hermaean
Literary usage of Hermaean
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anecdotes of the Arts in England: Or, Comparative Remarks on Architecture by James Dallaway (1800)
"... hermaean fta- tue. 19. Hercules Juvenis, with fillets falling down on either fide of the head, which is covered with a lion's fkin. ..."
2. Notices of Public Libraries in the United States of America by Charles Coffin Jewett (1851)
"A society of under graduates •of the college (the hermaean Society) possesses a library of 3669 ... The hermaean Library is opened daily for an hour. ..."
3. Anecdotes of the Arts in England: Or, Comparative Remarks on Architecture by James Dallaway (1800)
"... hermaean fta- tuc. 19. Hercules Juvenis, with fillets falling down on either fide of the head, -which is covered with a lion's Ikin. ..."
4. Outlines of History: Illustrated by Numerous Geographical and Historical by Marcius Willson (1855)
"... gained a signal success over the Carthaginians near the hermaean promontory, but on the return voyage, while off the southern coast of Sicily, ..."
5. The Odyssey of Homer by Homer (1909)
"Already had I come in my faring above the city, where is the hill hermaean, when I marked a swift ship entering our haven, and many men there were in her, ..."