Definition of Mases

1. mase [v] - See also: mase



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mases

masculinizing
masculinus
masculism
masculisms
masculist
masculists
masculy
masdar
masdevallia
mase
mased
maselyn
maser
masers
mases (current term)
mash-fat
mash note
mash notes
mash potato
mashable
mashed
mashed potato
mashed potatoes
masheen
masheens
masher
mashers
mashes

Literary usage of Mases

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1. Travels in the Morea: With a Map and Plans by William Martin Leake (1830)
"CALAC- REIA.—METHANA.—HERMIONE.—HAL ICE.—mases.— ASINE. ... Hermione, mases, and Asine I am indebted either to other travellers, or to oral information ..."

2. The Itinerary of Greece: With a Commentary on Pausanias and Strabo and an by William Gell (1810)
"From this spot those who have quitted the direct road go into that which leads to mases. mases was formerly a town, but is now a port of the Her- ..."

3. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography by William Smith (1856)
"... and mases, on the road from Hermione to Asine, both of which must have been situated in this peninsula, but he gives no further indication of their ..."

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