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Rhamnus, ram′nus, n. a genus of polypetalous shrubs and trees, including the buckthorn.
Alumnus, al-um′nus, n. one educated at a college is called an alumnus of it:—pl.
Salvelinus, sal-ve-lī′nus, n. a genus of Salmonid, the chars.
Si' nus ve no' sus, an enlargement of the termination of the large veins.
He was king of the Ethiopians, and son of Titho´nus and Aurora.
She chose for her husband Titho´nus, the son of Laom´edon, king of Troy.
Macri'nus was fifty-three years old when he entered upon the government.
He had been exposed to the hot sun, and had thus become terribly overheated, when he came to the river Cyd´nus.
The story of the wooden horse and the burning of Troy are from Arcti'nus of Miletus.
nu (nōō, nyōō)
Symbol ν The 13th letter of the Greek alphabet.