Examples from the Web for ecbatana
At a later time, the Arsacids are said to have resided at Ecbatana during the summer like the Achæmenids.
It was his agreement to write of his progress, so soon as he should arrive at Ecbatana.
She invades the Babylonians before the city was built, from whence they were denominated: and makes sumptuous gardens at Ecbatana.
In the early spring he set out with the bulk of his army to Ecbatana.
It is now from here,' he added, 'a safe and easy road to Ecbatana.'
noun plural -diae (-dɪˌiː)
- a consonant whose articulation lies midway between that of a voiced and breathed speech sound
- a consonant pronounced with weak voice, as c in French second
Word Origin for media
"newspapers, radio, TV, etc." 1927, perhaps abstracted from mass media (1923, a technical term in advertising), plural of medium, on notion of "intermediate agency," a sense found in that word in English from c.1600.