Definition of Quiaquia

1. Noun. Small fusiform fish of western Atlantic.

Exact synonyms: Cigarfish, Decapterus Punctatus, Round Scad
Generic synonyms: Scad
Group relationships: Decapterus, Genus Decapterus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quiaquia

queuings
quey
queyn
queynie
queynies
queyns
queys
quezal
quezales
quezals
qugate
qugates
qui tam
qui tams
qui vive
quiaquia (current term)
quib
quibble
quibbled
quibbler
quibblers
quibbles
quibbling
quibblingly
quibbly
quiblin
quiblins
quibs
quica
quice

Literary usage of Quiaquia

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1. The Poems of Virgil: Vol. I. Containing the Pastoral Poems and Six Books of by Virgil (1874)
"109. quiaquia, etc.; every one who feels the alarms of happy or the pangs of unhappy love: every poet who sings of love. The reading of Ribbeck means, ..."

2. Insula Sanctorum Et Doctorum: Or, Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars by John Healy (1908)
"... in isto Insuper et miseris largus, simul omnibus aptus, Pro quo, quiaquia legis versus orare memento." 1 See Haddan and Stub/is, Vol. ii., parti., ..."

3. On the Nature and Evidence of Title to Realty: A Historical Sketch, Being by Richard Cockburn Maclaurin (1901)
"... one of Westminster III. jg Ed. I. The last statute that need occupy our attention at Stat. (18 Ed. I.), usually spoken of as the Statute of 'QuiaQuia r ..."

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