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

Usage examples (32)
  • “Take heed there, Sylvanus!” said the same voice in
  • I wish we had a Sylvanus Urban a hundred and fifty years old.
  • Re-written and re-arranged by Sylvanus Hanley, F.L. S., etc.,
  • He is to this land what Attic Pan was to Greece and Sylvanus to Rome. for more
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