Definition of Seccos

1. secco [n] - See also: secco



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seccos

sebums
sebundies
sebundy
sec'y
sec 65
secale
secalose
secaloses
secant
secantly
secants
secateur
secateurs
secci disk
secco
seccos (current term)
secede
seceded
seceder
seceders
secedes
seceding
seceed
secern
secernate
secerned
secernent
secernentea
secernentea infections
secerning

Literary usage of Seccos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Historia da litteratura portugueza by Teófilo Braga, Tunde Agarah (1907)
"Se- verim de Faria, dando Camões prezo sob o governo do Conde de Redondo, ao fallar do embargo do Fios-seccos, refere: «não lhe valeu o favor que o Conde de ..."

2. The South America Pilot: From Cape St. Roque to Cape Virgins, Including by Great Britain Hydrographic Office, J. J. P. Hitchfield (1893)
"These reefs, which nearly always break, extend in a circular form from the north point of Santa Anna island to near Mangues seccos point. ..."

3. The South American Pilot by James Penn, Great Britain Hydrographic Dept (1885)
"These reefs, which nearly always break, extend in a circular form from the north point of Santa Anna island to near Mangues seccos point. ..."

4. Six Years of a Traveller's Life in Western Africa by Francisco Travassos Valdez (1861)
"... and hence the epithet " seccos," by which they are distinguished. I was informed that jet, or agate, is found on them ; and that the growth of cotton, ..."

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