from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- Greek satirist. His two major works, Dialogues of the Gods and Dialogues of the Dead, ridicule Greek philosophy and mythology.
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- proper noun A sophist who was of
- proper noun A male
given name, rare in the English-speaking world.
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Michael Sheen, Lucian from the Underworld franchise, talks to the press about Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans.
Lucian is joined by his secret lover, Sonja (Rhona Mitra), in his battle against the Death Dealer army and his struggle for Lycan freedom.
A prequel would be awesome, Lucian is the most interesting character in the movie and even thought I love Selene and am a kate beckinsale fan, I am really happy to hear that.
Without a word Lucian sat down, feeling quite confused, for in no way could he guess how Clear had come by his death at the hands of Rhoda.
Menippus in Lucian, which is Nireus, which Thersites, which the beggar, which the knight; -- for they are all suited in the same form of a kind of nasty poverty.
"Jule," called Lucian, from between the senator and the general.
Suidas called Lucian “The Blasphemer;” and he added that he was torn to pieces by dogs for his impiety.
Just in case you wonder if any of this is a tribute to the late, great Lucian Freud, once almost a fixture at The Wolseley, there is an ice-cream coupé called Lucian - hazelnut, almond and pistachio ice creams, whipped cream and butterscotch sauce.
Lucian Brett Ercolani was born in 1917 three years before his Italian émigré father, also called Lucian, founded the company.
There is a translation of Lucian, which is commonly called Diyden's, per - haps from a sense of justice to some bookseller, who had paid a sum of money that it might be called so.