For acus with an aspiration nor without is no word of the countrey.
Amongst these is the Roman fibula, which instead of being made of one piece of metal, is of two pieces—the bow and the acus.
Rhadamanthus judged the Asiatics, Æ´acus the Europeans; and when a very difficult case arose it was referred to Minos.
Family names usually terminate in -ĭd (after Latin patronymics, such as acĭd, sons or descendants of acus).
Patroclus alone sat opposite to him in silence, waiting upon the descendant of acus when he should cease to sing.
The kingdome of acus is one onely small citie, where they gather cotton which is called Acucu.
Thus he spake, and he aroused the spirit within his breast; and he hastened to run to the ships to Achilles, the grandson of acus.
Aeacus (Ae′acus), one of the judges of hell, with Minos and Rhadamanthus.
Seuerall sorts of fishes there are which do or may beare the names of seawoodcocks as the acus maior scolopax and saurus.