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- n. synonyms
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Synonyms.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- [In the following quotation the word is erroneously treated as a singular, with an English plural synonymas.
Wisdom, life, love, beauty, the beauty of holiness, are all 'synonyma' of the Holy Spirit.
We see, moreover, that various synonyma of âkâ/s/a are employed to denote Brahman.
It is rather singular that the ordinary synonyma for a sword should be "brand."
(Jeremy Taylor) or ‘synonymum’ (Hacket), and ‘synonyma’ (Milton, prose), became severally ‘synonym’ and ‘synonyms’; ‘syntaxis’ (Fuller) became
I wish him to respect in me, the name of liberty is in my mind nothing else but the synonyma of justice.
M864.a. Nondum floruit, sedad synonyma citata pertmere suspicor.
I have given, amongst other select synonyma, a reference to every figured Aloe in my possession; so far at least as they be - long to the plants I have described.
Who knows what changes have taken place in the Egyptian tongue, during so many cen - turies; what words, what synonyma, what proper, what figurative expressions may have been lost or substituted for each other in the course of so many ages?
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