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  • Basilisk” Easton's Bible Dictionary (1897) A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • I • J • K • L • M • N • O • P • Q • R • S • T • U • V • W • Y • Z Gen • Ex
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Basilisk 3463971911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Basilisk BASILISK (the Βασιλίσκος of the Greeks, and
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  • Bartimaeus Baruch Barzillai Bashan Bashan-havoth-jair Bashan, Hill of Bashemath Basilisk Basin Basket Bastard Bastinado Bat Bath Bath-rabbim Baths Bath-sheba Battering-ram
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  • beholden ony man, thei slen him anon      with the beholdynge, as dothe the Basilisk.           Maundevile's Voiage and Travaile, Ch. xxviii. Mary Stuart
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  • Evening’s Entertainment The Rendezvous The Free-booter The Fisherman The Basilisk The Tournaments The Hermit The Riddles, or Ænigmas   This work is a translation
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  • and Goddesses; Poets of Mythology XXXVI. Monsters (modern); The Phoenix; Basilisk; Unicorn; Salamander XXXVII. Eastern Mythology; Zoroaster; Hindu Mythology;
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  • (modern); The Phoenix; Basilisk; Unicorn; Salamander 57409The Age of Fable: — XXXVI. Monsters (modern); The Phoenix; Basilisk; Unicorn; SalamanderThomas
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  • B710. Fanciful origin of animals. A1700. Creation of animals. B12.1. Basilisk hatched from cock's egg. B16.14.1. Devastating elephant from divine world
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  • B12. Basilisk. A mythical lizard or serpent whose hissing drives away all other serpents. — *Polívka Zs. f. Vksk. XXVII 46ff.; *Fb "basilisk"; *A Guichot
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  • business to deprive others. BASILISK, n. The cockatrice. A sort of serpent hatched form the egg of a cock. The basilisk had a bad eye, and its glance
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  • 8:17; in all which the Revised Version renders the Hebrew tziph'oni by "basilisk"). In Prov. 23:32 the Hebrew tzeph'a is rendered both in the Authorized
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  • Mainwaring, on the same station – l Wov. 1839, to the command there of the Basilisk 6 – and, 27 Nov. 1841, again to the President, in which he returned home
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  • after their death. So the litle fish Echeneis stops the ships, and the Basilisk, and Catablepa kill with their sight, when they are alive; but when they
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  • Broughton, both on the same station – and, 26 Nov. 1841, to the command of the Basilisk 6, which vessel, employed in the Pacific, he left towards the close of
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  • tongue, or eyes, or some other members, and parts; so in the eyes of a Basilisk, is a most violent power to kill men, assoon as they see them: the like
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  • they can bewitch and infect any that are near them, as the Cockatrice, or Basilisk, killing men with their looks. And certain women in Scythia, amongst the
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  • with î) אַדְמֹנִי‎ reddish, יִדְּעֹנִי‎ a knowing (spirit); צִפְעֹנִי‎ basilisk; רַֽחֲמָֽנִיּוֹת‎ merciful [fem. plur.]. 86g וֹן‎ appears to be used as
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  • context and what belongs to it; viz., “Thou shalt walk upon the asp and the basilisk: and thou shalt trample under foot the lion and the dragon.” Surely he
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  • brighten her stars to the ruin of all beholders. Remember if she turns basilisk, that her mother is the cause. Tully the carrier (not Tully the orator)
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  • and commons in parliament). 2. ‘A brief Description of the Nature of the Basilisk or Cockatrice’ (anon.) (1680?), 4to. 3. ‘Συμβίωσις, or the intimate converse
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