Definition of Achate. Meaning of Achate. Synonyms of Achate

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Definition of Achate

Achate
Achate Ach"ate, n. An agate. [Obs.] --Evelyn.
Achate
Achate A*chate", n. [F. achat purchase. See Cates.] 1. Purchase; bargaining. [Obs.] --Chaucer. 2. pl. Provisions. Same as Cates. [Obs.] --Spenser.

Meaning of Achate from wikipedia

- Roman mythology, Achates (Ancient Gr****: Ἀχάτης) may refer to the following personages: Achates, a companion of the exiled Aeneas. Achates, a Sicilian who...
- Achates Power is an American developer of opposed-piston, two-stroke, compression ignition engines for use in commercial and p****enger vehicles. Based...
- In the Aeneid, Achates (Ancient Gr****: Ἀχάτης, "good, faithful Achates", fidus Achates as he was called) was a close friend of Aeneas; his name became...
- Achates may refer to: Achates (Gr**** mythology) Achates, name of two ships Achates (river), the Sicilian river known in antiquity as the Achates 5144...
- Leonardus Achates de Basilea, born Leonhard Agtstein in Basel, was a compositor who worked from 1472 to 1491. He is one of the first to introduce the...
- HMS Achates was an A-cl**** destroyer of the British Royal Navy launched on 4 October 1929 and commissioned on 27 March 1930. She was sunk on 31 December...
- naturalist, who discovered the stone along the s**** line of the river Achates (Ancient Gr****: Ἀχάτης) in Sicily, sometime between the 4th and 3rd centuries...
- VL November 7, 1991 Palomar C. S. Shoemaker APO 4.8 km MPC · 5143 5144 Achates 1991 XX December 2, 1991 Palomar C. S. Shoemaker L5 81 km MPC · 5144 5145...
- faith s****ing understanding motto of St. Anselm; Proslogion fidus Achates faithful Achates refers to a faithful friend; from the name of Aeneas's faithful...
- have been named HMS Achates after Achates, a character in Roman mythology. A sixth was planned but never completed: HMS Achates (1573) was a 13-gun ship...
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