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n. - (Roman mythology) god of woods and fields and flocks.

Usage examples (30)
  • Here is the third, now known as Silvanus and belonging to Kirk Nabob, as photographed by Wellington Bahram
  • Kirk Nabob came to the rescue of the forest that is today known as Silvanus, and has preserved it with great care.
  • Eusebius (VIII, xiii) calls Silvanus, at the period of the great persecution, bishop, not of Emesa, but of "the churches round Emesa".
  • But nothing is known of him beyond what is here said. and Silas -- the same as "Silvanus" in the Epistles. for more
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