Felix

Type: Term Pronunciation: fā′lēks Definitions: 1. Arthur, Polish bacteriologist, 1887-1956. See: Weil-Felix reaction, Weil-Felix test
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Felix

[name] Felix is a male given name and surname, stems from Latin (felix, felicis) and means `lucky`, `favored by luck` or `the lucky one`. Its female form is Felicity (English), Felicitas or Felizitas (in German speaking regions). In German, Dutch, Czech, Slovenian, Romanian and Scandinavian languages the form `Felix` is the same as English....
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Felix

Fortunate. lucky. nickname borne by some imperial units.
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Felix

(from the article `Nicaragua`) On September 4 Hurricane Felix struck north of Puerto Cabezas as a Category 5 storm, killing more than100 people and leaving about 150 missing. (See ...
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Felix

bishop of Urgel, Spain, one of the chief proponents of Adoptionism (q.v.).[2 related articles]
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Felix

[consul 511] Flavius Felix (floruit 511), sometimes identified with Flavius Arcadius Placidus Magnus Felix, was a Roman politician who was appointed consul during the reign of Theodoric the Great. He belonged to an ancient and noble family from Gaul; he lost his father in his youth, inheriting his wealth. Theodoric bestowed on him at least ...
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Felix

[pet food] Felix is a European brand of cat food. It is owned by Purina, and sold in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Slovenia, the Republic of Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany and Austria, as well as France, Italy, Greece, Sweden and Denmark (both under the name Pussi), and Finland (under the name Latz). The Felix brand was acquired from Quak...
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Felix

Felix, Roman deacon, antipope (355–56). Emperor Constantius, an Arian, set him up to replace Liberius. He is wrongly known as Felix II.
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Felix

plan to capture Gibraltar in 1941. It never took place.
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Felix

Felix is a French name for boys. The meaning is `lucky, fortunate, happiness` The name Felix is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. (10 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: F?cie, Felicia What do they use in other countries? Felice (Italian) The name sounds like: Wilkes
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Felix

[newspaper] Felix is the student newspaper of Imperial College London. It won the Guardian Student Newspaper of the Year award in 2006 and 2008. The newspaper is published weekly during term time with approximately 30 issues per year, and is distributed around the various Imperial College campuses. The FELIX motto, `Keep The Cat Free` (firs...
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Felix

[programming language] Felix is an open source programming language which provides an ML style type system with a syntax that C++ programmers should find easy to learn. It generates C++ and supports both use of C++ types as primitives, as well as embedding in existing C++ written architectures in a natural manner. ==Features== ...
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