Cyprian was at first banished to Curubis in Africa Proconsularis.
On the right we see the images of Cornelius and Cyprian, bishop of Carthage.
He had soon finished reading of "The Cyprian" and her revenge, and looked at the sky instead.
Cyprian, accuser in King's Court, 267; charges others of treason, 271.
Tertullian is a thorough Carlstad; Cyprian the martyr is a feeble theologian.
Was it for this, perchance, that the Cyprian nobles came less heartily?
He leaves, and Cyprian says, ‘I never met a more learned person.’
Cyprian in some places testifies that the blood was given to the people.
"I have no fear of Cyprian Rougemont," rejoined Reeks, with a laugh.
Cyprian Eveleth said to his sister, after a brief word of greeting.
1620s, "of Cyprus," from Latin Cyprianus, from Cyprius, from Greek Kyprios (see Cyprus). The island was famous in ancient times as the birthplace of Aphrodite and for erotic worship rituals offered to her there; hence Cyprian meant "licentious, lewd," the earliest attested sense in English (1590s) and was applied 18c.-19c. to prostitutes.