Arria

Arria (Ar`ria) , a Roman matron, who, to encourage her husband in meeting death, to which he had been sentenced, thrust a poniard into her own breast, and then handed it to him, saying, “It is not painful,” whereupon he followed her example.

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

Arras * Ar`rian, Flavius
Arnold of Winkelried
Arnott, Dr. Neil
Arou`et
Ar`pad
Arpi`no (Arpinium)
Arqua
Arrack
Ar`rah
Arran
Arras
Ar`ria
Ar`rian, Flavius
Arrow-headed characters
Arru Islands
Ar`saces I.
Arsacidæ
Arsin`oë
Arta, Gulf of
Arts, The
Artaxer`xes
Arte`di

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Arria in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Barbier, Mary Anne
Langhorne, John
Pautre, Anthony Le