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Definition of the noun litus

What does litus mean as a name of something?

Litus is a genus of Mymaridae, described by Haliday in 1833.

Phrases with Litus

Phrases starting with the word Litus:

  1. Litus Sutil
  2. Litus Usach
  3. Litus Enocki
  4. Litus Armatus
  5. Litus Brincki
  6. Litus Elegans
  7. Litus Karapuz
  8. Litus Krygeri

Phrases ending with the word Litus:

  1. Bolla Litus
  2. Genus Litus
  3. Irdex Litus
  4. Musca Litus
  5. Cyphus Litus
  6. Hister litus
  7. Epacmus litus
  8. Waminoa Litus
  9. Meyerius Litus
  10. Numidius Litus
  11. Chaetodon litus
  12. Geracodes Litus

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Google previewAdvances in Ovum Research and Application: 2013 Edition (2013)

According to news reporting from Higashi Hiroshima, Japan, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, “Waminoa litus is a zooxanthella-bearing acoel worm that infests corals. It is unique to Bilateria in that it transmits its algal symbionts vertically ...

Google previewThe Pocket First-Aid Field Guide (2010)

Treatment and Prevention of Outdoor Emergencies by George E. Dvorchak

litus is the feet, since these individuals are at special risk for foot problems.With diabetes there can be a deterioration of blood vessels and nerves in the hands and feet. This can then limit blood flow to these areas which may lead to gangrene.

Google previewPain (2006)

Its Nature and Treatment by Michael R. Bond, Karen H. Simpson

Diabetes mel- litus is a complication of pancreatitis. Acute diverticulitis Diverticulitis is a disorder of the colon that is particularly common in the elderly. With increasing age there is a tendency for small pouch-like extensions, or diverticulae, ...

Google previewIsidore of Seville's Etymologies: Complete English Translation (2005)

41 Litus, shore, is land near water and the sea; it is called litus because it is dashed against, ...

Google previewEmergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured (2002)

by Andrew N. Pollak, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

Diabetes mel- litus is a common problem. Because production of the hormone insulin is ...

Google previewThe Tettigoniinae (1985)

by D. C. F. Rentz

litus is a slender species recognized by the 108 D.C.F. Rentz ...

Google previewLexicon Philologicum præcipue etymologicum et sacrum, in quo Latinæ et a Latinis auctoribus usurpatæ ... voces ex originibus declarantur ... Editio altera ... locupletior, etc (1655)

Litus, quodaliter scribunt littus, ora maris (autlacus) nempe terra, quam alluit mare, & quidem propriè proxima. Gencraliùs autem, etiam ea quoque non usque adeo remota. Ita Serv. Æneid. 1. Lavinalitora, exponens. Atqui, inquit: Laurolavinium ...

Google previewA law dictionary and glossary (1860)

containing full definitions of the principal terms of the common and civil law : together with translations and explanations of the various technical phrases in different languages, occurring in the ancient and modern reports, and standard treatises : embracing, also, all the principal common and civil law maxims by Alexander Mansfield Burrill

Lat See Litus. LITTUS MARIS. Lat. In old English law. The sea-shore. " It is certain that that which the sea overflows, either at high spring tides or at extraordinary tides, comes not, as to this purpose, under the denomination of littus maris, and ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)

by Henry Campbell Black

"It is certain that that -which the sea overflows, either at high spring tides or at extraordinary tides, conies not, as to this purpose, under the denomination or ' litus maris' and consequently the king's title is not of that large extent, but only to land ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Law (1891)

Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern; Including the Principal Terms of International, Constitutional, and Commercial Law; with a Collection of Legal Maxims and Numerous Select Titles from the Civil Law and Other Foreign Systems by Henry Campbell Black

LITUS. In old European law. A kind of servant; one who surrendered himself into another's power. Spelman. In the civil law. The bank of a stream or shore of the sea; the coast. Litus est quousque maximus fluctus a mari pervenit. The shore is ...

Google previewThe English Dictionary before Cawdrey (1985)

by Gabriele Stein

a Banke; ripa fluminis est, litus maris est, margo fontis est: versus : Fontis margo, maris litus, sed ripa fluentis. riparia, ripula , ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Roots and Combining Forms of Scientific Words (2005)

by Tim Williams (Ph. D.)

litus) the sea-shore/beach/strand/coast litera, (L. li(t)tera) a letter of the alphabet lith -io ...

Google previewA New Law Dictionary and Glossary (1850)

Containing Full Definitions of the Principal Terms of the Common and Civil Law : Together with Translations and Explanations of the Various Technical Phrases in Different Languages, Occurring in the Ancient and Modern Reports, and Standard Treatises, Embracing Also All the Principal Common and Civil Law Maxims : Compiled on the Basis of Spelman's Glossary, and Adapted to the Jurisprudence of the United States : with Copious Illustrations, Critical and Historical by Alexander Mansfield Burrill

LITUS, Littus. Lat. A shore or coast ; the sea- shore. Litus est quousque maximus fluctus a mari pervenit ; the shore is as far as the largest wave from the sea reaches. Dig. 50. 16. 96. This definition of the Digests ...

Google previewDictionary of the English Language, Pronouncing, Etymological, and Explanatory... (1895)

by James Stormonth

litus, broad, and clivus, a stripe), a broad purple stripe on the tunic of Roman senators, extending vertically from the neck down the front. latidentate, a lätsi-dén'tät [L. litus, broad, and dens, a tooth], having broad teeth. latifoliate ...

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Scrabble value of L1I1T1U1S1

The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of LITUS

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