Agnes, St.

Agnes, St., a virgin who suffered martyrdom, was beheaded because the flames would not touch her body, under Diocletian in 303; represented in art as holding a palm-branch in her hand and a lamb at her feet or in her arms. Festival, Jan. 21.

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

Agnes * Agnes de Méranie
Agesila`us
Aggas, Ralph
Agglutinate languages
Agincourt`
A`gis
Aglaia
Ag`nadel
Agna`no, Lake of
Agnello, Col d'
Agnes
Agnes, St.
Agnes de Méranie
Agnes Sorel
Agne`si, Maria Gætana
Ag`ni
Agnolo
Agnosticism
Agnus Dei
Agonic line
Agora
Agos`ta