Definition of Portus. Meaning of Portus. Synonyms of Portus

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Portus. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Portus and, of course, Portus synonyms and on the right images related to the word Portus.

Definition of Portus

portus
Portass Por"tass, n. [OF. porte-hors a kind of prayer book, so called from being portable; cf. LL. portiforium.] A breviary; a prayer book. [Written variously portace, portasse, portesse, portise, porthose, portos, portus, portuse, etc.] [Obs.] --Spenser. Camden. By God and by this porthors I you swear. --Chaucer.

Meaning of Portus from wikipedia

- the harbour the name of "Portus Augusti". It was probably Claudius who constructed the new direct road from Rome to Portus, the Via Portuensis, which...
- Look up portus or Portus in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Portus (which means "harbour" in Latin) may refer to Portus, a harbour of ancient Rome and...
- [ˈkɾistjam poɾtuˈɣes manθaˈneɾa]; born 21 May 1992), commonly known as Portu ([ˈpoɾtu]), is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a winger for La...
- Douro River, including the city of Portus Cale, and founded the First County of Portugal or Condado de Portucale. Portus Cale is thus the former name of...
- 40°49′42″N 14°5′41″E / 40.82833°N 14.09472°E / 40.82833; 14.09472 Portus Julius (alternatively spelled in the Latin Iulius) was the first harbour specifically...
- Menelai Portus or Menelaus Portus or Port of Menelaus (Ancient Gr****: Μενελάϊος λίμην), also called Menelaita, was an ancient city with a port on the...
- Wikimedia Commons has media related to Portus Adurni. Portchester Castle Roman Britain Guide to the Roman fort of Portus Adurni (Portchester). A Guide to Portchester...
- ports were known as portus magnus ("grand port") : Portus Magnus, Spain: modern Almería Portus Magnus, Algeria: modern Bethioua Portus Magnus, Egypt: modern...
- Itius Portus or Portus Itius was the ancient Roman name for a sea port on the English Channel in what is now Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, though its precise...
- the 2nd century Geographia of Ptolemy. Recorded there is the placename Portus Setantiorum (Port of the Setantii). Its precise location remains unknown...