Definition of Semita. Meaning of Semita. Synonyms of Semita

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Definition of Semita

Semita
Semita Sem"i*ta, n.; pl. Semit[ae]. [L., a path.] (Zo["o]l.) A fasciole of a spatangoid sea urchin.

Meaning of Semita from wikipedia

- The cemita is a torta originally from Puebla, Mexico. Also known as cemita poblana, it derives from the city (and region) of Puebla. The word refers to...
- The Alta Semita ("High Path") was a street in ancient Rome that gave its name to one of the 14 regions of Augustan Rome. The Alta Semita brought traffic...
- / Qui, animi vi prope divinâ, / Planetarum Motus, Figuras, / Cometarum semitas, Oceanique Aestus. Suâ Mathesi facem praeferente / Primus demonstravit:...
- VI Alta Semita is the sixth regio of imperial Rome, under Augustus's administrative reform. Regio VI took its name from the street (Alta Semita, "High...
- date back to the Crypto-Judaism of Monterrey's founding families are the "semita" (bread without leavening), the capirotada dessert (a mix of cooked bread...
- outside the Servian Wall. The name of Regio VI derives from the street (Alta Semita, "High Path") p****ing over the Quirinal Hill. It was a large regio that...
- virtutum I. prudentia (seven sub-virtues) II. fortitudo (seven sub-virtues) semita vitalis III. iustitia (seven sub-virtues) IIII. temperantia (seven sub-virtues)...
- Americans; now topped with ground beef, vegetables, beans and cheese Pan de semita (Mexico) Pupusa (El Salvador) Johnnycake (North America and Caribbean) Tortilla...
- (Crypto-Jews). They contributed to the regional cuisine with dishes, such as Pan de Semita or "Semitic Bread" (a type of bread made without leavening), and cabrito...
- Press. p. 15. ISBN 9780262123075. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/semita#Latin semita "Georgian Colchester". British History. Archived from the original...