Definition of Hemina. Meaning of Hemina. Synonyms of Hemina

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Definition of Hemina

Hemina
Hemina He*mi"na, n.; pl. Hemin[ae]. [L., fr. Gr. ?.] 1. (Rom. Antiq.) A measure of half a sextary. --Arbuthnot. 2. (Med.) A measure equal to about ten fluid ounces.

Meaning of Hemina from wikipedia

- 39 fl oz 2.30 fl oz quartarius 1⁄24 congius 136 mL 4.79 fl oz 4.61 fl oz hemina or cotyla 1⁄12 congius 273 mL 9.61 fl oz 9.23 fl oz ****tarius 1⁄6 congius...
- Lithophane hemina, the hemina pinion, is a species of cutworm or dart moth in the family Noctuidae. It is found in North America. The MONA or Hodges number...
- (Protection) Act, 1972. Helcyra hemina hemina (Sikkim, ****am, Burma) Helcyra hemina masinia Fruhstorfer, 1903 (western Java) "Helcrya hemina". Retrieved 13 January...
- Lucius C****ius Hemina (fl. mid-2nd century BC) was a Roman historian. Little is known of his life. He apparently composed his annals in the period between...
- All of these have been derived from a reconstructed Proto-Germanic form *hemina-. or *hemō. The further derivation of this form is uncertain. A connection...
- Romulus in Taylor, 303, citing the second-century BC annalist C****ius Hemina: "monstrum fit: sus parit porcos triginta, cuius rei fanum fecerunt Laribus...
- hence [Latin] "oxymel"). It is made thus. Ten libras of honey with five heminas of vinegar, which will be subsumed. Themison confused oxymel and hydromel...
- two cooked dishes at each. Each monk is allowed a pound of bread and a hemina (about a quarter litre) of wine. The flesh of four-footed animals is prohibited...
- East Asia Tytler's emperor, Eulaceura manipuriensis White emperor, Helcyra hemina The emperor, Morpho peleides in the subfamily Charaxinae: some of the butterflies...
- capacity among the Romans and Gr****s: by the former it was also called hemina; by the latter, τρυβλίον and ἡμίνα or ἡμίμνα. It was the half of the ****tarius...