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Apis

[n] - type genus of the Apidae: honeybees
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Apis

Various types of swelling and inflammation, such as animal bites and stings, also measles and mumps, sore throats, sore red eyes and fevers. The remedy comes from the honey bee, and the symptom pattern mimcs the bee's sting. Apis is an important quick-acting remedy where there is inflammation, and especially oedema - swelling with excessive fluid i...
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Apis

Ancient Egyptian deity, a manifestation of the creator god Ptah of Memphis, in the form of a black bull with a small white triangle on the forehead, often bearing a Sun-disc between its horns. The...
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Apis

A'pis noun [ Latin , bee.] (Zoology) A genus of insects of the order Hymenoptera, including the common honeybee ( Apis mellifica ) and other related species. See Honeybee .
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apis

<zoology> A genus of insects of the order Hymenoptera, including the common honeybee (Apis mellifica) and other related species. See Honeybee. ... Origin: L, bee. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Apis

genus Apis noun type genus of the Apidae: honeybees
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Apis

• (n.) A genus of insects of the order Hymenoptera, including the common honeybee (Apis mellifica) and other related species. See Honeybee.
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Apis

in ancient Egyptian religion, sacred bull deity worshiped at Memphis. The cult of Apis originated at least as early as the 1st dynasty (c. 2925–c. ... [7 related articles]
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Apis

Apis (ā'pis) , in Egyptian religion, sacred bull of Memphis, said to be the incarnation of Osiris or of Ptah. His worship spread throughout the Mediterranean world and was particularly important during the time of the Roman Empire. See also Serapis.
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Apis

The Apis was the sacred bull, symbolic of Osiris, in ancient Egyptian culture. The Apis was primarily worshipped at Memphis and was represented by a black bull bearing a white square on the brown and a figure of an eagle on the flank and a scarabaeus under the tongue. After twenty-five years the animal was solemnly drowned in the Nile and embalmed....
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Apis

Apis is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Apis

Ancient Egyptian deity, a manifestation of the creator god Ptah of Memphis, in the form of a black bull with a small white triangle on the forehead, often bearing a Sun-disc between its horns. The cult of Apis originated in the early 3rd millennium BC. Apis was a fertility god, associated also with Osiris and Sokaris, gods of the dead and the u...
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Apis

Bull symbolizing fertility venerated at Memphis
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Apis

Genus to which honey bees belong.
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Apis

[city] Apis (Greek: Ἄπις, named for the god Apis), was an ancient seaport town (Polyb. Exc. Leg. 115) on the north coast of Africa, about 18 km west of Paraetonium, sometimes considered located within Egypt, and sometimes in Marmarica. Scylax (p. 44) places it at the western boundary of Egypt, on the frontier of the Marmaridae. Ptolemy...
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Apis

[Greek mythology] Apis (s; Ἄπις) is the name of a figure, or several figures, appearing in the earliest antiquity according to Greek mythology and historiography. It is uncertain exactly how many figures of the name Apis are to be distinguished, particularly due to variation of their genealogies. A common element is that an Apis was an...
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Apis

[god] In Egyptian mythology, Apis or Hapis (alternatively spelled Hapi-ankh), is a bull-deity that was worshipped in the Memphis region. `Apis served as an intermediary between humans and an all-powerful god (originally Ptah, later Osiris, then Atum).` [quote: Virtual Egyptian Museum] According to Manetho, his worship was instituted by Kaie...
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