Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Kingly; royal.
- Of or pertaining to a basilica; basilican.
- Also basilical.
- n. A basilica (which see).
- n. In anatomy, the basilic vein. See I.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Basilica.
- adj. Royal; kingly; also, basilican.
- adj. (Anat.) Pertaining to certain parts, anciently supposed to have a specially important function in the animal economy, as the middle vein of the right arm.
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“Magnificats of Carpentrasso and Morales, as well as the _Te Deum_ and _Lumen ad revelutionem gentium_ of Costanzo Festa.] [Footnote 128: This basilic, which is the cathedral of the bishop of”
“That this bull be published, and posted on the gate of the basilic of the Prince of the Apostles, and on that of St. John of”
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“He is met, before he enters their college, by the minor penitentiaries, who at this basilic are”
“After a short prayer, he proceeds to the library, where he holds the _Segnatura_ or tribunal for signing documents relating to his office, and afterwards enters the basilic of”
“In this basilic the B. Sacrament is preserved amid many lights in the”
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