Acis

Acis (A`cis) , a Sicilian shepherd enamoured of Galatea, whom the Cyclops Polyphemus, out of jealousy, overwhelmed under a rock, from under which his blood has since flowed as a river.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

A`ci-Rea`lë * Ack`ermann, R.
Achille`id
Achil`les
Achilles of Germany
Achilles tendon
Achmed Pasha
Ach`met I.
Achit`ophel
Achromatism
Acierage
A`ci-Rea`lë
A`cis
Ack`ermann, R.
Acland, Sir Henry
Aclinic Line
Acne
Acœmetæ
Aconca`gua
Aconite
Aconitine
Acorn-shells
Acoustics

Nearby

Acis in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Campistron, John Galbert