Not Tyrian Lannister short, but perhaps closer to his height than, say, Brienne of Tarth.
But in the autumn Tyrian pirates descended on the shore to raven.
The captain of the Tyrian determined to send his mails on board.
Egypt was the neighbour of the Tyrian, and consequently imparted her knowledge through commercial communion.
Tyrian,—for the same convenience as the term Mexican is used.
The relation of the Tyrian goddess Astarte to the moon has already been touched upon.
What nation of all the earth enjoyed this equal to the Tyrian?
He had been traduced in the ears of Ptolemy as an accomplice of Theodotas in the Tyrian conspiracy.
The first of these was a Tyrian, learned, intelligent, austere.
The Jews of Sur are ship-owners and manufacturers of the celebrated Tyrian glass; the purple dye is also found in this vicinity.
1510s, from Latin Tyrius "of Tyre," from Tyrus, island-city in the Levant, from Greek Tyros, from Hebrew/Phoenician tzor, literally "rock, rocky place." Especially in reference to Tyrian purple, a dye made there in ancient times from certain mollusks.