Definition for aquila (2 of 2)
noun, genitive A·quil·ae [uh-kwil-ee, ak-wuh-lee] /əˈkwɪl i, ˈæk wə li/.
Examples from the Web for aquila
She's a contributing columnist for an online Muslim magazine called Aquila.
Cain was listed as the owner of 23,568 Aquila shares in 2002, when he approved the bonuses.
Cain made $100,000 a year as an Aquila director and $120,000 a year at Hallmark.
The company never recovered from 2001, the best of times and the worst of times for Aquila.
These pronouncements run directly counter to what Richard Green said he learned from what he called the Aquila “collapse.”
The Aquila Verde would shelter and feed her for six lire a day.Olive in Italy|Moray Dalton
The golden eagle (Aquila chrystos) has the neck and head tawny brown.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition|Vernon L. Kellogg
Fifty and three years after this Aquila, the Bible was also translated by Theodosius.Selections from the Table Talk of Martin Luther|Martin Luther
At the same moment, the Aquila flashed above the horizon, also decelerating.
The ball-bat blasted to the Aquila, paused at an open port, then slid inside.