Definition of Aetites. Meaning of Aetites. Synonyms of Aetites

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Definition of Aetites

Aetites
Aetites A`["e]*ti"tes, n. [L., fr. Gr. ? (sc. ?) stone, fr. ? eagle.] See Eaglestone.

Meaning of Aetites from wikipedia

- Mycena aetites or Mycena for the genus. In the magico-medical tradition of Europe and the Near East, the aetites (singular in Latin) or aetite (anglicized)...
- Mycena aetites, commonly known as the drab bonnet, is a species of mushroom in the Mycenaceae family. First described as Agaricus aetites by Swedish mycologist...
- Eaglestone may refer to: Eaglestones or Aetites (Latin) are hollow geode stones, once with a re****tion for protection in child birth and other properties...
- Hemimycena) are commonly known as bonnets. M. acicula M. adonis M. adscendens M. aetites M. albidocapillaris M. alnicola M. alphitophora M. atkinsonii M. atkinsoniana...
- kabaragoya shibuichi brindisi kalanchoe criollismo typothetae chalybeate aetites irbis bradypodoid bagwyn kulturkreis croquignole eryngo semmel dépaysé...
- aōros being a term emplo**** by Zenobius and Hesychius. The eagle-stone or aetites were originally used as an amulet to prevent miscarriage and promote healthy...
- Gello, who was blamed for miscarriages and infant mortality, and says that aetite can be worn as an amulet against miscarriage. Olympidorus provides a summary...
- the genus Mycena, along with other similar-looking mushrooms, such as M. aetites, M. austera, M. parca, and M. aronsenii. Some of these have a nitrous smell...
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