Aurora

Aurora (Auro`ra) , the Roman goddess of the dawn, charged with opening for the sun the gates of the East; had a star on her forehead, and rode in a rosy chariot drawn by four white horses. See Eos.

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

Au`rochs * Aurora
Aumale, Duc d'
Aumale, Duc d'
Aungerville, Richard
Aunoy, Comtesse d'
Aurelia`nus, Lucius Domitius
Aure`lius, Marcus
Aure`lius, Victor Sextus
Aureola
Aurillac
Au`rochs
Auro`ra
Aurora
Aurora Borealis
Aurun`gabad`
Au`rungzebe
Auscultation
Auscultator
Ausonia
Ausonius, Decimus Magnus
Austen, Jane
Aus`terlitz

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