Examples from the Web for erasmus
She gives no nods to the Humanists, like Montaigne, Francis Bacon, Erasmus, or Descartes.Sor Juana: Mexico’s Most Erotic Poet and Its Most Dangerous Nun|Katie Baker|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sorry Augustine, Aquinas, Dante, and Erasmus you must have been just a bad dream.
At any of the participating universities, the ERASMUS parties are reputed to be the most multicultural and exciting.
Is this the illustrious doctor whom the greatest men of the age, Erasmus and Reuchlin, extol so loudly?History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century (Volume 1)|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Erasmus Roterodamus was like to have been a bishop—vide Epistolas.Brief Lives (Vol. 1 of 2)|John Aubrey
He, Erasmus, becomes at once the central point in his own field of vision.
Erasmus was chosen for this task and fulfilled it with success if not with enthusiasm.
On 11 November 1506, Erasmus witnessed the triumphal entry of the martial pope.Erasmus and the Age of Reformation|Johan Huizinga
British Dictionary definitions for erasmus
Word Origin and History for erasmus
masc. proper name, Latin, literally "beloved;" related to Greek erasmios "lovely, pleasant," from eran "to love" (see Eros).