Definition of Optime. Meaning of Optime. Synonyms of Optime

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Definition of Optime

Optime
Optime Op"ti*me, n. [L., adv. fr. optimus the best.] One of those who stand in the second rank of honors, immediately after the wranglers, in the University of Cambridge, England. They are divided into senior and junior optimes.

Meaning of Optime from wikipedia

- and third-cl**** mathematics degrees are known as Senior Optimes (second-cl****) and Junior Optimes (third-cl****). Cambridge did not divide its examination...
- Rerum Creator Optime was a hymn sung in Matins prior to 1962. Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Rerum Creator Optime" . Catholic Encyclopedia. New York:...
- A motto of many morgues or wards of anatomical pathology. hic manebimus optime here we'll stay excellently According to Titus Livius the phrase was pronounced...
- meant as a political slogan, from the Latin phrases: Austria est imperio optime unita ("Austria is best united by the Empire"). Austria erit in orbe ultima...
- Archived 1 January 2016 at the Wayback Machine " … sed ex nostra causa optime explicatur, quae est absentia, carentia & abstinentia a vegetabilibus recentibus...
- Eye (International) Ltd with Julian Fraser Becker (commercial director of Optime Strategies Ltd, who trade as Ben Dover Productions) which claims to be the...
- 1921 Postcard from Fiume and postage stamp with D'Annunzio's portrait. (The motto Hic Manebimus Optime is Latin for: "Here we'll stay wonderfully.")...
- on a Latin verse composed for King James II at the Chapel Royal. O Deus optime Salvum nunc facito Regem nostrum Sic laeta victoria Comes et gloria Salvum...
- winner, Melton, out of the English mare Optime by Orme (by the undefeated Ormonde). The mating of Melton and Optime was arranged by Marcus Daly, who was...
- liter [yhwh] si, ut punctat sunt, legantur, Ioua reddunt: sed (ut ipse optime nosti) Iehoua efficiunt." (De Arcanis Catholicæ Veritatis (1518), folio...
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