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Definition of Strix

Strix
Strix Strix, n. [L. strix, strigis.] (Arch.) One of the flutings of a column.

Meaning of Strix from wikipedia

- Strix may refer to: Strix (mythology), a legendary creature of ancient Roman mythology Strix (bird), a genus of large "earless" wood-owls Strix Ltd, manufacturer...
- The strix (plural striges or strixes), in the mythology of classical antiquity, was a bird of ill omen, the product of metamorphosis, that fed on human...
- The barred owl (Strix varia), also known as the northern barred owl, striped owl or, more informally, hoot owl, is a North American large species of owl...
- Strix is a genus of owls in the typical owl family (Strigidae), one of the two generally accepted living families of owls, with the other being the barn-owl...
- male specimens of snowy owls being considered Strix scandiaca and the likely females considered as Strix nyctea. Until recently, the snowy owl was regarded...
- The tawny owl (also called the brown owl) (Strix aluco) is commonly found in woodlands across much of Eurasia and North Africa, and has 11 recognized...
- Pansarsprängvinggranat m/94 STRIX is a Swedish endphase-guided projectile fired from a 120 mm mortar currently manufactured by Saab Bofors Dynamics. STRIX is fired like...
- Ural owl (Strix uralensis) is a large nocturnal owl. It is a member of the true owl family, Strigidae. The Ural owl is a member of the genus Strix, that is...
- across the Northern Hemisphere, and it is the only species in the genus Strix found in both Eastern and Western Hemispheres. In some areas it is also...
- Prague. Today, there are two individual companies named Strix, Strix Television in Sweden and Strix Televisjon in Norway, both owned by Fremantle. It is...