Diagoras

Diagoras, a Greek philosopher, born in Melos, one of the Cyclades, 5th century B.C., surnamed the Atheist, on account of the scorn with which he treated the gods of the popular faith, from the rage of whose devotees he was obliged to seek safety by flight; died in Corinth.

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

Diafoirus, Thomas * Dialectic
Dextrine
Deyster, Louis de
Dezobry, Charles
Dhagoba
Dharma
Dharwar
Dhwalagiri
Diabetes
Diab`lerets
Diafoirus, Thomas
Diagoras
Dialectic
Dialogues of Plato
Dialysis
Diamante
Diamantina
Diamond
Diamond Necklace
Diamond Net
Diamond State
Diana