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T albiventrisTurtledove Tur"tle*dove`, n. [See 1ts Turtle.]
1. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of pigeons
belonging to Turtur and allied genera, native of various
parts of the Old World; especially, the common European
species (Turtur vulgaris), which is noted for its
plaintive note, affectionate disposition, and devotion to
Note: The South African turtledove (T. albiventris), and
the ashy turtledove of India (T. rubicolus), are
similar to the European species in their habits.
2. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of pigeons more or
less resembling the true turtledoves, as the American
mourning dove (see under Dove), and the Australian
turtledove (Stictopelia cuneata).
Note: The turtledove of the Scriptures is probably Turtur
risorius, a species which is still plentiful in Egypt
and other Eastern countries. It is closely allied to
the European turtledove.
Meaning of Ventris from wikipedia
- Michael George Francis Ventris
, OBE (/ˈvɛntrɪs
/; 12 July 1922 – 6 September
1956) was an English
architect, cl****icist and philologist
- numbers. Ventris
(1973), page 385. Ventris
(crater), a lunar crater
on the far side of the Moon William Ventris
Field, 1st Baron Field
(1813–1907), English judge
in the medical literature
as "flatus expelled through
the ****" or the "quality or state
40,000 is a miniature wargame created
by Rick Priestley
Workshop. The first edition
of the rulebook
- the original
on 25 May 2017. Retrieved
1973, p. 536. Ventris
1973, p. 410 Bossert, Helmut
T., Asia, Istanbul...
- Christopher Ventris
, born 1965, in London, is a British
tenor. He is particularly known
for his role as Parsifal which
at the Bayreuth
UP. ISBN 0-521-29037-6. Ventris
(1973) page 389. Ventris
(1973) page 390. Andrew...
- William Ventris
Field, Baron" . Encyclopædia Britannica
(11th ed.). Cambridge University
Press. Lee, Sidney
(1912). "Field, William Ventris
" . Dictionary...
- Sir Peyton Ventris
(November 1645 – 6 April
1691) was an English judge
and politician, the first surviving
son of Edward Ventris
(d. 1649) of the manor...
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