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musimon
Mouflon Mouf"lon, n. [F. mouflon.] (Zo["o]l.) A wild sheep (Ovis musimon), inhabiting the mountains of Sardinia, Corsica, etc. Its horns are very large, with a triangular base and rounded angles. It is supposed by some to be the original of the domestic sheep. Called also musimon or musmon. [Written also moufflon.]
Musimon
Musimon Mus"i*mon, n. [See Musmon.] (Zo["o]l.) See Mouflon.
Ovis musimon
Mouflon Mouf"lon, n. [F. mouflon.] (Zo["o]l.) A wild sheep (Ovis musimon), inhabiting the mountains of Sardinia, Corsica, etc. Its horns are very large, with a triangular base and rounded angles. It is supposed by some to be the original of the domestic sheep. Called also musimon or musmon. [Written also moufflon.]
Parsimonious
Parsimonious Par`si*mo"ni*ous, a. [Cf. F. parcimonieux. See Parsimony.] Exhibiting parsimony; sparing in expenditure of money; frugal to excess; penurious; niggardly; stingy. -- Par`si*mo"ni*ous*ly, adv. -- Par`si*mo"ni*ous*ness, n. A prodigal king is nearer a tyrant than a parsimonious. --Bacon. Extraordinary funds for one campaign may spare us the expense of many years; whereas a long, parsimonious war will drain us of more men and money. --Addison. Syn: Covetous; niggardly; miserly; penurious; close; saving; mean; stingy; frugal. See Avaricious.
Parsimoniously
Parsimonious Par`si*mo"ni*ous, a. [Cf. F. parcimonieux. See Parsimony.] Exhibiting parsimony; sparing in expenditure of money; frugal to excess; penurious; niggardly; stingy. -- Par`si*mo"ni*ous*ly, adv. -- Par`si*mo"ni*ous*ness, n. A prodigal king is nearer a tyrant than a parsimonious. --Bacon. Extraordinary funds for one campaign may spare us the expense of many years; whereas a long, parsimonious war will drain us of more men and money. --Addison. Syn: Covetous; niggardly; miserly; penurious; close; saving; mean; stingy; frugal. See Avaricious.
Parsimoniousness
Parsimonious Par`si*mo"ni*ous, a. [Cf. F. parcimonieux. See Parsimony.] Exhibiting parsimony; sparing in expenditure of money; frugal to excess; penurious; niggardly; stingy. -- Par`si*mo"ni*ous*ly, adv. -- Par`si*mo"ni*ous*ness, n. A prodigal king is nearer a tyrant than a parsimonious. --Bacon. Extraordinary funds for one campaign may spare us the expense of many years; whereas a long, parsimonious war will drain us of more men and money. --Addison. Syn: Covetous; niggardly; miserly; penurious; close; saving; mean; stingy; frugal. See Avaricious.
Parsimony
Parsimony Par"si*mo*ny, n. [L. parsimonia, parcimonia; cf. parcere to spare, parsus sparing: cf. F. parcimonie.] Closeness or sparingness in the expenditure of money; -- generally in a bad sense; excessive frugality; niggardliness. --Bacon. Awful parsimony presided generally at the table. --Thackeray. Syn: Economy; frugality; illiberality; covetousness; closeness; stinginess. See Economy.
Saint- Simonism
Saint-Simonianism Saint`-Si*mo"ni*an*ism, n. The principles, doctrines, or practice of the Saint-Simonians; -- called also Saint- Simonism.
Saint-Simonian
Saint-Simonian Saint`-Si*mo"ni*an, n. A follower of the Count de St. Simon, who died in 1825, and who maintained that the principle of property held in common, and the just division of the fruits of common labor among the members of society, are the true remedy for the social evils which exist. --Brande & C.
Saint-Simonianism
Saint-Simonianism Saint`-Si*mo"ni*an*ism, n. The principles, doctrines, or practice of the Saint-Simonians; -- called also Saint- Simonism.
Saint-Simonism
Saint-Simonism Saint-Si"mon*ism, n. A system of socialism in which the state owns all the property and the laborer is entitled to share according to the quality and amount of his work, founded by Saint Simon (1760-1825).
Simoniac
Simoniac Si*mo"ni*ac, n. [LL. simoniacus. See Simony.] One who practices simony, or who buys or sells preferment in the church. --Ayliffe.
Simoniacal
Simoniacal Sim`o*ni"a*cal, a. Of or pertaining to simony; guilty of simony; consisting of simony. -- Sim"o*ni`a*cal*ly, adv. The flagitious profligacy of their lives, and the simoniacal arts by which they grasped at the popedom. --J. S. Harford.
Simoniacally
Simoniacal Sim`o*ni"a*cal, a. Of or pertaining to simony; guilty of simony; consisting of simony. -- Sim"o*ni`a*cal*ly, adv. The flagitious profligacy of their lives, and the simoniacal arts by which they grasped at the popedom. --J. S. Harford.
Simonial
Simonial Si*mo"ni*al, a. Simoniacal. [Obs.]
Simonian
Simonian Si*mo"ni*an, n.[See Simony.] One of the followers of Simon Magus; also, an adherent of certain heretical sects in the early Christian church.
Simonious
Simonious Si*mo"ni*ous, a. Simoniacal. [Obs.] --Milton.
Simonist
Simonist Sim"o*nist, n. One who practices simony.
Simon-pure
Simon-pure Si"mon-pure", a. Genuine; true; real; authentic; -- a term alluding to the comedy character Simon Pure, who is impersonated by another and is obliged to prove himself to be the ``real Simon Pure.'
Simony
Simony Sim"o*ny, n. [F. simonie, LL. simonia, fr. Simon Magus, who wished to purchase the power of conferring the Holy Spirit. Acts viii.] The crime of buying or selling ecclesiastical preferment; the corrupt presentation of any one to an ecclesiastical benefice for money or reward. --Piers Plowman.
Stasimon
Stasimon Stas"i*mon, n.; pl. Stasmia. [NL., from Gr. sta`simon, neut. of sta`simos stationary, steadfast.] In the Greek tragedy, a song of the chorus, continued without the interruption of dialogue or anap[ae]stics. --Liddell & Scott.

Meaning of Simon from wikipedia

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