angui
, »s (L). A snake

Dictionary of word roots and combining forms . . 2013.

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  • anguipede — an·guì·pe·de agg., s.m. e f. LE che, chi ha i piedi formati da serpenti | s.m. TS mitol. anche con iniz. maiusc., nella mitologia greca, ciascuno dei giganti che diedero la scalata al cielo: gli immani anguipedi (Monti) {{line}} {{/line}} DATA:… …   Dizionario italiano

  • Angitia — In Roman mythology, Angitia was a snake goddess. As snakes were often associated with the healing arts in ancient Roman mythology, Angita is believed to have been mainly a goddess of healing. She was particularly venerated by the Marsi, a people… …   Wikipedia

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