Words nearby genii
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Genii protect individuals and places: springs, hills, cities, and army barracks all had a genius loci, a genius of the place.
But the Romans simply transferred many of the functions of genii to angels.
But now, as if some fabled genii had come to his aid, fortune had suddenly poured her favours into his lap.The Everlasting Arms|Joseph Hocking
Among the branches flit birds, and winged genii like little cupids.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
As the bird must fly north in springtime, so must I drink the hemp smoke, when the genii bid, or die.
The warm wind bore to them the sniff of the sand-dunes, spiced groves, and genii's islands far to southward.
It seemed here as if the genius of fire had striven to outdo the grotesque extravagances of the genii of the waters.Overland|John William De Forest