Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In geology, a subdivision of a zone corresponding to the vertical distribution of characteristic species.
“The genus name Hemerocallis comes from the Greek words hemera, meaning "day" and kalos, translating to "beautiful".”
“It was only to-day that I discovered this was the modern pronunciation of kale hemera, and on greeting a man in the ancient form he stood up and wondered what I meant, then said, "No, no".”
“Decameron comes from two Greek words deka, ten, and hemera, a day, the book being so called because the stories in it were supposed to be told in ten days.”
“Corinthians speaks of a "day" (hemera) of the community.”
“Bethleem, egeneto [pro okto kalandon ianouarion hemera tetradi]”
“Septuagint hemera semasias, "day of signaling", affords no light.”
“In Esther 3: 4 kath 'hekasten hemeran is correctly used as the Greek equivalent for the phrase day and day, which St. Paul (2 Cor. 4: 16) has reproduced word for word in the form hemera kai hemera.”
“STICHERON OF THE RESURRECTION anastaseos hemera, kai lamprunthomen te panegurei”
“ In N. is added: kai ei en te hemera tou pathous legei; Pater, ei dunaton, pareltheto to poterion touto ap 'emou.”
“Marias tes parthenou, kai enanthropesanta, staurothenta te huper hemon epi Pontiou Pilatou, kai pathonta, kai taphenta, kai anastanta te trite hemera kata tas gpaphas, kai anelthonta eis tous ouranous, kai kathezomenon ek dexion tou patros, kai palin erchomenon meta doxes krinai zontas kai nekrous; ou tes basileias ouk estai telos.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘hemera’.
This quickly got bigger and weirder than originally intended, so now it's housing terms that relate to the study of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. See also Dinosaurs, Pterosaurs, Ichthy...
pertinent to textâ€¦
Looking for tweets for hemera.