Africa, Africae, Africam, Africanus

Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions . 2014.

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  • Afric — Af ric, a. African. n. Africa. [Poetic] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Afric — (adj.) 1580s, from L. Africus (see AFRICA (Cf. Africa)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Afrić — Áfrić, Vjekoslav (1906 1980) DEFINICIJA hrv. kazališni i filmski glumac, redatelj i pedagog, autor prvog cjelovečernjeg igranog filma u poslijeratnoj FNRJ (Slavica, 1947) …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Afric — /af rik/, adj. African. [1580 90; < L Africus, equiv. to Afr , s. of Afer African + icus IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • Afric — adj. African, of or pertaining to Africa or its culture n. African, native or resident of Africa …   English contemporary dictionary

  • afric — af·ric …   English syllables

  • Afric — /ˈæfrɪk/ (say afrik) adjective Archaic African …   Australian English dictionary

  • afric — I. ˈafrik adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Latin Africus, from Afr , Afer African (perhaps back formation from Africa) + icus ic : african II. noun ( s …   Useful english dictionary

  • Afric (1899) — Afric p1 Schiffsdaten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Afric Simone — (Maputo, 17 July 1956) is a singer, musician and entertainer originating from Mozambique. He entered in European charts with his first hit Ramaya in 1975, which was followed by other well known song Hafanana (1975). He was very popular during… …   Wikipedia

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