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Definition of Talaria

Talaria
Talaria Ta*la"ri*a, n. pl. [L., from talaris pertaining to the ankles, fr. talus ankle.] (Class. Myth.) Small wings or winged shoes represented as fastened to the ankles, -- chiefly used as an attribute of Mercury.

Meaning of Talaria from wikipedia

- Talaria (Latin: tālāria; Ancient Gr****: πτηνοπέδῑλος, ptēnopédilos or πτερόεντα πέδιλα, pteróenta pédila) are winged sandals, a symbol of the Gr**** messenger...
- Talaria was the brand name of a large-venue video projector from General Electric introduced in 1983. Light from a Xenon arc lamp was modulated by...
- Runabout 34, Runabout 38, Picnic Boat 34, Picnic Boat 37, Talaria 43 FB/MY, Talaria 48 FB/MY and Talaria 55 FB/MY The Runabout 38 includes a “hydraulically operated...
- herald of the Gods, he wears the gifts from his father, the Petasus and Talaria.and also Hodios, patron of travelers and wayfarers. Oneiropompus, conductor...
- preliminary design review, and is awaiting orders. The source of the name is the Talaria—the winged sandals of the Gr**** Messenger God Hermes. Development of...
- Mercury had essentially the same aspects as Hermes, wearing winged shoes (talaria) and a winged hat (petasos), and carrying the caduceus, a herald's staff...
- relics of the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages. (Christian mythology) Talaria, Hermes's winged sandals which allowed him to fly. (Gr**** mythology) Helskór...
- image. Projection display systems such as the now-obsolete Eidophor and Talaria have used variations of this approach as far back as the year 1940. Mach–Zehnder...
- Frederic Lardinois (March 15, 2013). "Google Acquires Web Application Server Talaria To Enhance Its Cloud Platform". TechCrunch. Retrieved May 6, 2013.  Ben...
- Hibbitts, 2011 Cordulegaster sayi Selys, 1854 – Say's spiketail Cordulegaster talaria Tennessen, 2004 – Ouachita spiketail Cordulegaster trinacriae Waterston...