Adrian

Adrian (A`drian) , name of six Popes: A. I., from 772 to 795, did much to embellish Rome; A. II., from 867 to 872, zealous to subject the sovereigns of Europe to the Popehood; A. III., from 884 to 885; A. V., from 1054 to 1059, the only Englishman who attained to the Papal dignity; A. V., in 1276; A. VI., from 1222 to 1223. See Breakspeare.

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

A`dria * Adrian, St.
Adona`i
Adona`is
Ado`nis
Adoptionists
Ador`no
Adour
Adowa`
Adras`tus
Adrets, Baron des
A`dria
A`drian
Adrian, St.
Adriano`ple
Adria`tic, The
Adullam
Adullamites
Adumbla
Advocate, Lord
Advocates, Faculty of
Advocates' Library
Advocatus diaboli

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Adrian in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable