Word Origin for acca
British Dictionary definitions for acca (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for acca
And Æthelwold, bishop (of Lindisfarne) and Acca died, and Cynwulf was consecrated bishop.Anglo-Saxon Literature|John Earle
The narrative shows, however, that public sentiment among the believers at Acca strongly favoured taking more than one wife.
Professor Browne, in his interviews at Famagusta and at Acca, did obeisance to each of them.
In this meane while, bishop Wilfride being dead, one Acca that was his chapline was made bishop of Hexham.Holinshed Chronicles, Volume I, Complete|Raphaell Holinshed
"The doctors do say poor Mr. Turnbull was poisoned by acca—aconitine," stumbling over the word.The Red Seal|Natalie Sumner Lincoln