As loyal, at any rate, as men who would sell their souls for an aureus, answered the Spaniard.
I will trust you, said Onesimus; and tearing the aureus from the hem of his dark serge dress, he slipped it into Crotos hand.
Auripes is from aureus, yellow or golden; pes, foot; so called from its yellow stem.
It was sometimes called Mons aureus, from the golden colour of its sandy soil.
The reverse of an aureus of the reign of Titus represents the Colosseum with these statues and a quadriga in the centre.
The human Canis aureus perhaps deserves his title on not less obvious grounds.
Croto, if I gave you an aureus, would you swear to let me have a chance to escape?
Staphylococcus pyogenes albus, the white coccus, acts like the aureus, but is more feeble in power.
He understood the aureus calculus and could cast a horoscope with any man living.
Primo avulso non deficit alter / aureus—The first 50 being wrenched away, another of gold succeeds.