magnus

Large; great; denoting a structure of large size. ... Origin: L. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Magnus

Magnus is a Lat In boy name. The meaning of the name is `Great` Where is it used? The name Magnus is mainly used In Scandinavian and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Manus ( In Irish) Mauno ( In Finnish) Mogens ( In Danish) Alternative meanings (Old English) Great (Scandinavian) Great The name Magnus doesn`t appear In the US top 1000
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[band] Magnus is a Belgian joint dance project of Tom Barman (from the rock band dEUS) and CJ Bolland. Magnus` debut album, The Body Gave You Everything, was released on March 29, 2004. Two of its tracks, "Summer`s Here" and "Jumpneedle", were released as singles. "Summer`s Here" (which uses a sample of Donald Byrd`s song "Christo Redentor"
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[Roman usurper] Magnus (died 235) was a Roman usurper. Magnus was a senator of consular rank. After the death of Emperor Alexander Severus there was much ill-feeling in the Senate about the elevation of Maximinus Thrax to the throne. A group of officers and senators under the leadership of Magnus plotted to overthrow Maximinus. Their plan w
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Magnus

Magnus, meaning "Great" in Latin, was sometimes used as a first name among Romans but was not particularly common among them. The best-known Roman bearing the name was the third-century usurper. The name gained wider popularity in the Middle Ages, various European peoples, and their royal houses, being introduced to it upon being converted to th..
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Magnus

Type: Term Pronunciation: mag′nŭs Definitions: 1. Rudolph, German physiologist, 1873-1927. See: Magnus sign
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magnus

Type: Term Pronunciation: mag′nŭs Definitions: 1. Large; great; denoting a structure of large size.
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Magnus

[bishop] Bishop Magnus I, or Mauno, was the Roman Catholic Bishop of Turku between 1291 and 1308. He was the first bishop who is known to have been born in Finland. He also helped to complete the Christianization of Finland started by St. Henry. In 1300, Bishop Magnus translated the relics of St. Henry during a period of consolidation of re
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[consul 460] Flavius Magnus (c. 390 or 405 – 475) was a powerful politician in Gaul, where he was widely respected for his integrity and practical wisdom during the late age of the Western Roman Empire. He was a Roman Senator of Narbonne (then Narbo), Consul of Rome with Flavius Apollonius in 460 and the praetorian prefect of Gaul in 469.
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Magnus

[disambiguation] Magnus is a given name and surname. Magnus may also refer to: ==Biology== ...
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[novel] Magnus is a novel by the Orcadian author George Mackay Brown. His second novel, it was published in 1973. it is a fictional account of the life and execution of the twelfth century Saint, Magnus Erlendsson, Earl of Orkney. ==Plot introduction== Easily Mackay Brown`s most religious novel - written after he was received into the Roman
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[bishop of Milan] Magnus (Magno) was Archbishop of Milan from 518 to c. 530. He is honoured as a saint in the Catholic Church.{r|DCA} ==Life== Almost nothing is known about the life and the episcopate of Magnus.{r|Ruggeri} Magnus lived under the Arian king Theodoric the Great, who probably at first supported him, but later persecuted him as
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