noun, plural xo·a·na [zoh-uh-nuh]. /ˈzoʊ ə nə/. Greek Antiquity.
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Origin of xoanon
Example sentences from the Web for xoanon
The image borne in procession was clearly the xoanon which was brought by Pegasus from Eleutherae.
Other rich furniture is described, and a mode of divination by movements of a xoanon of Apollo.
Furthermore, position was determined by reference to the xoanon.Problems in Periclean Buildings|G. W. Elderkin