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Auriphrygiate
Auriphrygiate Au`ri*phryg"i*ate ([add]`r[i^]*fr[i^]"j[i^]*[asl]t), a. [LL. auriphrigiatus; L. aurum gold + LL. phrygiare to adorn with Phrygian needlework, or with embroidery; perhaps corrupted from some other word. Cf. Orfrays.] Embroidered or decorated with gold. [R.] --Southey.
Phrygian
Phrygian Phryg"i*an, n. 1. A native or inhabitant of Phrygia. 2. (Eccl. Hist.) A Montanist.
Phrygian
Phrygian Phryg"i*an, a. [L. Phrygius, Gr. ?, fr. ? Phrygia, a country of Asia Minor.] Of or pertaining to Phrygia, or to its inhabitants. Phrygian mode (Mus.), one of the ancient Greek modes, very bold and vehement in style; -- so called because fabled to have been invented by the Phrygian Marsyas. --Moore (Encyc. of Music). Phrygian stone, a light, spongy stone, resembling a pumice, -- used by the ancients in dyeing, and said to be drying and astringent.
Phrygian cap
Phrygian cap Phryg"i*an cap` A close-fitting cap represented in Greek art as worn by Orientals, assumed to have been conical in shape. It has been adopted in modern art as the so-called liberty cap, or cap of liberty.
Phrygian mode
Phrygian Phryg"i*an, a. [L. Phrygius, Gr. ?, fr. ? Phrygia, a country of Asia Minor.] Of or pertaining to Phrygia, or to its inhabitants. Phrygian mode (Mus.), one of the ancient Greek modes, very bold and vehement in style; -- so called because fabled to have been invented by the Phrygian Marsyas. --Moore (Encyc. of Music). Phrygian stone, a light, spongy stone, resembling a pumice, -- used by the ancients in dyeing, and said to be drying and astringent.
Phrygian stone
Phrygian Phryg"i*an, a. [L. Phrygius, Gr. ?, fr. ? Phrygia, a country of Asia Minor.] Of or pertaining to Phrygia, or to its inhabitants. Phrygian mode (Mus.), one of the ancient Greek modes, very bold and vehement in style; -- so called because fabled to have been invented by the Phrygian Marsyas. --Moore (Encyc. of Music). Phrygian stone, a light, spongy stone, resembling a pumice, -- used by the ancients in dyeing, and said to be drying and astringent.

Meaning of Phrygia from wikipedia

- In cl****ical antiquity, Phrygia (/ˈfrɪdʒiə/; Ancient Gr****: Φρυγία, Phrygía [pʰryɡía]; Turkish: Frigya) was a kingdom in the west central part of Anatolia...
- "Lesser Phrygia" or (Ancient Gr****: μικρὰ Φρυγία, romanized: mikra Phrygia; Latin: Phrygia Minor), while the southern was called "Greater Phrygia" or "Pergamene...
- Phrygia was a daughter of Cecrops, from whom the country of Phrygia was believed to have derived its name. Phrygia is also an epithet for Cybele, as the...
- Prin****l Characters: Cr****us, Roman consul Spartacus, captive king of Thrace Phrygia, wife of Spartacus Aegina, concubine to Cr****us The Roman consul Cr****us...
- ****espontine Phrygia (Ancient Gr****: Ἑλλησποντιακὴ Φρυγία, romanized: ****ēspontiakē Phrygia) or Lesser Phrygia (Ancient Gr****: μικρᾶ Φρυγία, romanized: mikra...
- debated by modern scholars. From tribal and village beginnings, the state of Phrygia arose in the eighth century BC with its capital at Gordium. The Phrygian...
- Centaurea phrygia (wig knapweed) is a species of Centaurea. It is native to Europe....
- The regent honeyeater (Anthochaera phrygia) is a critically endangered bird endemic to South Eastern Australia. It is commonly considered a flagship species...
- Gr****: Μίδας) is the name of at least three members of the royal house of Phrygia. The most famous King Midas is po****rly remembered in Gr**** mythology...
- regions, and formerly on the border of Pisidia and Phrygia, hence also known as Antiochia in Phrygia. The site lies approximately 1 km northeast of Yalvaç...
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