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Definition of the noun Nilus
What does Nilus mean as a name of something?
Nilus is a genus of Pisauridae, described by Cambridge in 1876.
- synonym: genus Nilus
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Arachnida
- order: Araneae
- family: Pisauridae
- species Nilus albocinctus
- species Nilus curtus
- species Nilus decorata
- species Nilus esimoni
- species Nilus jayakari
- species Nilus kochi
- species Nilus kolosvaryi
- species Nilus leoninus
- species Nilus majungensis
- species Nilus margaritatus
- species Nilus marginatus
- species Nilus massajae
- species Nilus oblongus
- species Nilus paralbocinctus
- species Nilus phipsoni
- species Nilus pictus
- species Nilus pseudoalbocinctus
- species Nilus pseudojuvenilis
- species Nilus radiatolineatus
- species Nilus rossi
- species Nilus rubromaculatus
- species Nilus spadicarius
- species Nilus torvus
- Nilus, in Greek mythology, was the son of Oceanus and Tethys. He represented the god of the Nile river itself and was father to several children. Of these included Memphis, as well as a son named Nilus Ankhmemiphis.
- also known as Neilus
- Nilus is an Italian comic strip created by Agostino and Franco Origone. It is considered among the most famous and successful comic strips even created in Italy.
Phrases with Nilus
Phrases starting with the word Nilus:
- Nilus Kochi
- Nilus Rossi
- Nilus Curtus
- Nilus Pictus
- Nilus Esimoni
- Nilus Ornatus
- Nilus Undatus
- Nilus Decorata
- Nilus Jayakari
- Nilus Leoninus
- Nilus Massajae
- Nilus Phipsoni
- Nilus Amazonicus
- Nilus Kolosvaryi
- Nilus Marginatus
- Nilus Albocinctus
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Nilus
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A Religious Encyclopaedia: Or Dictionary of Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology (1891)
Based on the Real-Encyklopädie of Herzog, Plitt, and Hauck by Philip Schaff, Samuel Macauley Jackson, David Schley Schaff
NILUS is a name of frequent occurrence in the history of the Greek Church, and forms in its literature a centre around which, at various epochs, a great number of writings has agglomerated. Leo Allatius was the first to investigate the subject, ...
Being a Continuation of "The Dictionary of the Bible". by William Smith, Henry Wace
NILUS (1), a proconsul and father of Pansophius, an Egyptian martyr during the Decian persecution.
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Photos about Nilus
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Nilus Floor Loom
It's as if it was made to sit exactly where it is.
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Video language resources about Nilus
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- End Times: Prophecy of St. Nilus
Prophecy of St Nilus For Much more information on this Issue go to mhfm1 on youtube.
- Prophecy of St. Nilus
St. Nilus was one of the many disciples of St. John Chrysostom (347-407).His works, including a multitude of letters, consist of denunciations of heresy, ...
- Nilus Tagpro montage
Highlights last season.
- Nilus the Sandman Santa's Song
From Nilus the Sandman, episode The Boy Who Dreamed Christmas. Sorry for the terrible quality and the shortness of the clip! This was an extremely low-tech ...
- In Conversation with Design Innovators: Nilus De Matran | Remodelista
Nilus De Matran of Nilus Designs in San Francisco, a residential and commercial studio that celebrates the best in innovative and avant garde design.
- Nilus the Sandman Toymaster
From Nilus the Sandman, episode The Boy Who Dreamed Christmas. This is the evil Toymaster, created by Santa to help with the workload making toys, but it ...
Scrabble value of N1I1L1U1S1
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 NILUS
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