The army in Gaul saluted their general, Avi'tus, emperor, and the Roman senate and people at first acquiesced in the choice.
This stranger was Astolpho, who drove the harpies to Cocy´tus.
tusser-silk, tus′ėr-silk, n. a kind of dark fawn-coloured silk, generally made without brocading or patterns.
Cestus, ses′tus, n. the girdle of Venus, which had power to awaken love: an ancient boxing-glove loaded with lead or iron.
Cactus, kak′tus, n. an American plant, generally with prickles instead of leaves.
Conspectus, kon-spek′tus, n. a comprehensive survey: a synopsis.
Cestus (Ces′tus), the girdle of Venus, which excited irresistible affection.
No´tus or Auster.Southwest wind;son of Æolus and Aurora, 213-215.
All pregunt tu historia, dando tus seas, y all me la contaron varios espaoles.
Ex.: He seized tum by tus throat; but tu at the same moment caught him by his hair.