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Hesperia

noun
  1. a poetic name used by the ancient Greeks for Italy and by the Romans for Spain or beyond
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Word Origin for Hesperia

Latin, from Greek: land of the west, from hesperos western
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Historical Examples of hesperia

  • Other counties in the state have taken up the Hesperia idea.

    Chapters in Rural Progress

    Kenyon L. Butterfield

  • Hercules would never have been so successful if she'd been that of Hesperia.

  • The office-houses were without the tower Hesperia, of one storey high.

  • Many heroes heard of the beautiful land, Hesperia, and of the wonderful apples growing there, and sailed westward to find them.

  • The Hesperia meeting is an annual affair, with big crowds and abundant enthusiasm.

    Chapters in Rural Progress

    Kenyon L. Butterfield