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- n. Alternative form of vinatico.
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- n. See vinatico.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as vinatico.
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Omnium nobilium sufficientia in eo probatur si venatica noverint, si aleam, si corporis vires ingentibus poculis commonstrent, si naturae robur numerosa venere probent, &c. 3644.
Then accompa-nied-in what the venatica called "the interest of geologic science," though it was really an armed surveillance.
Regardless of the guards and venatica, one road remains for our people.
Of the venatica, the hunters and spies in the hire of Istarian clergy.
-- A herd of hartebeests passed close to our huts, pursued by a pack of six wild dogs (_Hyaena venatica_).
The animal described in the text evidently was a specimen of the hunting leopard, _Felis jubata (F. guttata, F. venatica) _.
There is another variety, which is a sort of link between the hyena and the dog, called the venatica.
(_odoratio quaedam venatica_), -- a good scent for truth and beauty, -- it appears as extravagance, whimsicality, eccentricity, or insanity, according to its degree of aberration.
It seems to be the Chien Sauvage or Cynhyene (Cynhyaena venatica) of the French traveller M. Delegorgue, who in his “Voyage dans l’Afrique Australe,” minutely and diffusely describes it.
"wilde-honden," very absurdly named by sapient naturalists _Hyena venatica_ or "hunting hyena," and by others, with equal absurdity the