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aqua

1. water: used in compound names of certain liquid substances (as in aqua regia) or solutions of substances in water (as in aqua ammoniae), esp in the names of pharmacological solutions
2. short for aquamarine

aqua

[′äk·wə]
(chemistry)
Latin for water.
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Tunc etiam permutantur <et> aut calidae aquae aut frigidae odore malo et sapore profundunt fontes.
en el siglo V (y posiblemente antes) comenzo a difundirse la conmemoracion de los Santos Inocentes: senal del convencimiento cada vez mas generalizado de que los ninos ejecutados por Herodes estan en la gloria celestial, pese a no haber recibido el baptismus aquae ni tampoco haber hecho ninguna opcion consciente por el Salvador;
ibri Quinque, and De restitutione ductus Aquae virginis.
De hecho, se han encontrado importantes lapidas votivas dedicadas a las ninfas, las cuales, con el avance de la romanizacion vinieron a ocupar el lugar de los numen aquae indigenas.
5: pecuniam quae ad opus aquae ductus data est, repeti et rem publicam ex corpore patrimonii sui impendere in id opus, quod totum alienae liberalitatis gloriam repraesentet), but it was only rarely that a single individual, or even a single family, was rich enough to cover the cost, alone and unaided.
For her, the goddess, the water would truly be like nectar (haustus aquae mihi nectar erit, 6.
The wellness center is divided into two slices of heaven: Adler Aquae and the Adler Spa.
5) That latter synod, securely dated to spring 256, had reaffirmed the position taken at the earlier synod: "statuentes unum baptisma esse quod sit in ecclesia catholica constitutum ac per hoc non rebaptizari sed baptizari a nobis quicumque ab adultera et profana aqua uenientes abluendi sint et sanctificandi salutaris aquae ueritate.
Soltre will not allude to extensive views at Soutra (or to the pagan Celtic goddess Sulis, who gushed forth health-giving waters at Aquae Sulis or Bath).
Est qui nec veteris pocula Massici nec partem solido demere de die spernit, nunc viridi membra sub arbuto stratus, nunc ad aquae lene caput sacrae.