- From Ancient Greek Στυλιανός (Stulianos, "someone firm"), from στῦλος (stulos, "pole"). (Wiktionary)
“There's word Stylianos has lieutenants in the westlands himself.”
“And Greek coach Stylianos Prosalikas had a hard time getting through the post-match press conference.”
“For that alone, Stylianos will be damned to Skotos 'eternal ice.”
“He also understood that the Avtokrator, while less successful against Stylianos than he wished he were, was also more successful than he might have been.”
“The best would have Stylianos dead on the field and his uprising dead with him.”
“Not with Maleinos and Stylianos at each other's throats, you mean.”
“Rhavas 'cousin had spent most of this time in the imperial city, while Stylianos lived in the field.”
“Stylianos made his denial sound absurdly cheerful.”
“People said Stylianos was the best soldier Videssos had known since Stavrakios 'day.”
“All of them must tell their congregations that Maleinos is the rightful Avtokrator and Stylianos only a rebel and a usurper.”
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