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Being Alone, Beautiful, and Cats: The 10O Most Beautiful Words in Ailurophile: A cat-lover emblage: A gathering. Becoming: Attr Beleaguer: To exhaust with attacks Brood: To think alone ng Bungalow: A small, cozy cottage Chatoyant: Like a cat's eye ely: Attractive Conflate: To blend together Cynosure: A focal point of admiration. Dalliance: A brief love affair Demesne: Dominion, territory Demure: Shy and reserved Denouement: The resolution of a mystery Desuetude: Disuse. Desultory: Slow, sluggish. Diaphanous: Filmy Dissemble ive Dulcet: Sweet, sugary. Ebullience: Bubbling enthusiasm. Effervescent: Bubbly Efflorescence: Flowering, blooming. Elision: Dropping a sound or syllable in a word r: Eloquence: Beauty and persuasion in speech. Embrocation: Rubbing on a lotion. Emollient: A softener Ephemeral: Short-lived Epiphany: A sudden revelation. Erstwhile: At one time, for a time Ethereal: Gaseous, invisible but detectable Evanescent: Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time Evocative: Suggestive Fetching:Pretty Felicity: Pleasantness Forbearance: Withholding response to provocation. Fugacious: Fleeting hifty, sneaky Gambol: To skip or leap about joyfully Glamour: Beauty. Gossamer: The finest piece of thread, a spider's silk n: Harbinger: Messenger with news of the future Imbrication: Overlapping and forming a regular pattern. Imbroglio: An altercation or complicated situation. Imbue: To infuse, instill. Incipient: Beginning, in an early stage Ineffable: Unutterable, inexpressible Ingénue: A naive young woman. Inglenook: A cozy nook by the hearth. Insouciance: Blithe nonchalance Inure: To become jaded Labyrinthine: Twisting and turning Lagniappe: A special kind of gift. Lagoon: A small gulf or inlet. Languor: Listlessness, inactivity Lassitude: Weariness, listlessness. Lilt: To move musically or lively Lissome: Slender and graceful. Lithe: Slender and flexible. ve Mellifluous: Sweet sounding. Moiety: One of two equal parts. Mondegreen: A slip of the ear Murmurous: Murmuring Nemesis:An unconquerable archenemy Offing: The sea between the horizon and the offshore Onomatopoeia: A word that sounds like its meaning Opulent: Lush, luxuriant. Palimpsest: A manuscript written over earlier ones Panacea: A solution for all problems Panoply: A complete set. Pastiche: An art work combining materials from various sources. Penumbra: A half-shadow Petrichor: The smell of earth after rain. Plethora:A large quantity. Propinquity: An inclination. Pyrrhic: Successful with heavy losses. Quintessential: Most essential Ratatouille: A spicy French stew. Ravel: To knit or unknit. Redolent: Fragrant. Riparian: By the bank of a stream. Ripple: A very small wave Scintilla: A spark or very small thing Sempiternal: Eternal Seraglio: Rich, luxurious oriental palace or harem. Serendipity: Finding something nice while looking for something else Summery: Light, delicate or warm and sunny Sumptuous: Lush, luxurious. Surreptitious: Secretive, sneaky Susquehanna: A river in Pennsylvania Susurrous: Whispering, hissing Talisman: A good luck charm. Tintinnabulation: Tinkling. Umbrella: Protection from sun or rain. Untoward: Unseemly, inappropriate. Vestigial: In trace amounts Wafture: Waving Wherewithal: The means. Woebegone: Sorrowful, downcast THE META PICTURE laughoutloud-club: Beautiful English Words
Being Alone, Beautiful, and Cats: The 10O Most Beautiful
 Words in
 Ailurophile: A cat-lover
 emblage: A gathering.
 Becoming: Attr
 Beleaguer: To exhaust with attacks
 Brood: To think alone
 ng
 Bungalow: A small, cozy cottage
 Chatoyant: Like a cat's eye
 ely: Attractive
 Conflate: To blend together
 Cynosure: A focal point of admiration.
 Dalliance: A brief love affair
 Demesne: Dominion, territory
 Demure: Shy and reserved
 Denouement: The resolution of a mystery
 Desuetude: Disuse.
 Desultory: Slow, sluggish.
 Diaphanous: Filmy
 Dissemble
 ive
 Dulcet: Sweet, sugary.
 Ebullience: Bubbling enthusiasm.
 Effervescent: Bubbly
 Efflorescence: Flowering, blooming.
 Elision: Dropping a sound or syllable in a word
 r:
 Eloquence: Beauty and persuasion in speech.
 Embrocation: Rubbing on a lotion.
 Emollient: A softener
 Ephemeral: Short-lived
 Epiphany: A sudden revelation.
 Erstwhile: At one time, for a time
 Ethereal: Gaseous, invisible but detectable
 Evanescent: Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time
 Evocative: Suggestive
 Fetching:Pretty
 Felicity: Pleasantness
 Forbearance: Withholding response to provocation.
 Fugacious: Fleeting
 hifty, sneaky
 Gambol: To skip or leap about joyfully
 Glamour: Beauty.
 Gossamer: The finest piece of thread, a spider's silk
 n:
 Harbinger: Messenger with news of the future
 Imbrication: Overlapping and forming a regular pattern.
 Imbroglio: An altercation or complicated situation.
 Imbue: To infuse, instill.
 Incipient: Beginning, in an early stage
 Ineffable: Unutterable, inexpressible
 Ingénue: A naive young woman.
 Inglenook: A cozy nook by the hearth.
 Insouciance: Blithe nonchalance
 Inure: To become jaded
 Labyrinthine: Twisting and turning
 Lagniappe: A special kind of gift.
 Lagoon: A small gulf or inlet.
 Languor: Listlessness, inactivity
 Lassitude: Weariness, listlessness.
 Lilt: To move musically or lively
 Lissome: Slender and graceful.
 Lithe: Slender and flexible.
 ve
 Mellifluous: Sweet sounding.
 Moiety: One of two equal parts.
 Mondegreen: A slip of the ear
 Murmurous: Murmuring
 Nemesis:An unconquerable archenemy
 Offing: The sea between the horizon and the offshore
 Onomatopoeia: A word that sounds like its meaning
 Opulent: Lush, luxuriant.
 Palimpsest: A manuscript written over earlier ones
 Panacea: A solution for all problems
 Panoply: A complete set.
 Pastiche: An art work combining materials from various sources.
 Penumbra: A half-shadow
 Petrichor: The smell of earth after rain.
 Plethora:A large quantity.
 Propinquity: An inclination.
 Pyrrhic: Successful with heavy losses.
 Quintessential: Most essential
 Ratatouille: A spicy French stew.
 Ravel: To knit or unknit.
 Redolent: Fragrant.
 Riparian: By the bank of a stream.
 Ripple: A very small wave
 Scintilla: A spark or very small thing
 Sempiternal: Eternal
 Seraglio: Rich, luxurious oriental palace or harem.
 Serendipity: Finding something nice while looking for something else
 Summery: Light, delicate or warm and sunny
 Sumptuous: Lush, luxurious.
 Surreptitious: Secretive, sneaky
 Susquehanna: A river in Pennsylvania
 Susurrous: Whispering, hissing
 Talisman: A good luck charm.
 Tintinnabulation: Tinkling.
 Umbrella: Protection from sun or rain.
 Untoward: Unseemly, inappropriate.
 Vestigial: In trace amounts
 Wafture: Waving
 Wherewithal: The means.
 Woebegone: Sorrowful, downcast
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Bailey Jay, Click, and Tumblr: Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of lberia An ethnological map of the Iberian Peninsule after the 2nd Punic War (с. 200 b.c.е.). A geographical palimpsest, including Roman urban foundations and resettlements until c. 25 bce. Ethnic/Political identities in Graeco-Roman and Indigenous sources Larger or more generic POPULUS ASTURES Smaller or local GENS or CVITAS BRACARI OPPIOUM or POLIS Latedpe-Roman ame ANTABRI Newroman mame of older place Pre-Roman towns, indigenous and colonial, that minted coins until 45 b.c.e Language used in mint: BERONES RETANI Emporion Greek RP NDONES e Easterm Iberian Southern Iberiae ● Tanessan VACCAE LA CESSETANI Latin land er Other relevant oppida Linguistic groups Turdetanian area Tartessian (residual) CALVR TAPORI BALEARES Aquitanian (Prolo-Basque) EDETAN TA Major linguistic associations Main colonial foundings O Ebusos CELTICI OGreek TURDU ORETANI Akra Leuke Zone of maritime and commercial hegemony of Gadir Carthaginians (237 to 206 b.c.e.) Carthsgo Nova Colonization area +Military domain Gadir Geopolitical influence Circle of the Straight OL Fraga da Campo Arqueobglco de Tavira, Portugal Roman military occupation questions may be 194 b.ce. 156 b.c.e Roman provincies (after 7 b.c.e.) LMAURI Rusaddir GAETAE Names USITANIA,BETICA TARRACONENSIS BANIURAEMAURUS Limits <p><a href="http://land-of-maps.tumblr.com/post/148928451480/pre-roman-peoples-and-languages-of-iberia-3307-x" class="tumblr_blog">land-of-maps</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of Iberia [3307 x 2339]<br/><a href="http://landofmaps.com/">CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!</a></p></blockquote>
Bailey Jay, Click, and Tumblr: Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of lberia
 An ethnological map of the Iberian Peninsule after the 2nd Punic War (с. 200 b.c.е.).
 A geographical palimpsest, including Roman urban foundations and resettlements until c. 25 bce.
 Ethnic/Political identities in
 Graeco-Roman and Indigenous sources
 Larger or more generic POPULUS ASTURES
 Smaller or local GENS or CVITAS BRACARI
 OPPIOUM or POLIS Latedpe-Roman ame
 ANTABRI
 Newroman mame of older place
 Pre-Roman towns, indigenous and
 colonial, that minted coins until 45 b.c.e
 Language used in mint:
 BERONES
 RETANI
 Emporion
 Greek
 RP
 NDONES
 e Easterm Iberian
 Southern Iberiae
 ● Tanessan
 VACCAE
 LA
 CESSETANI
 Latin land er
 Other relevant oppida
 Linguistic groups
 Turdetanian area
 Tartessian (residual)
 CALVR
 TAPORI
 BALEARES
 Aquitanian (Prolo-Basque)
 EDETAN
 TA
 Major linguistic associations
 Main colonial foundings
 O Ebusos
 CELTICI
 OGreek
 TURDU
 ORETANI
 Akra Leuke
 Zone of maritime and
 commercial hegemony
 of Gadir
 Carthaginians (237 to 206 b.c.e.)
 Carthsgo
 Nova
 Colonization area
 +Military domain
 Gadir
 Geopolitical influence
 Circle
 of the
 Straight
 OL Fraga da
 Campo Arqueobglco de Tavira, Portugal
 Roman military occupation
 questions may be
 194 b.ce.
 156 b.c.e
 Roman provincies (after 7 b.c.e.)
 LMAURI
 Rusaddir
 GAETAE Names
 USITANIA,BETICA
 TARRACONENSIS
 BANIURAEMAURUS
 Limits
<p><a href="http://land-of-maps.tumblr.com/post/148928451480/pre-roman-peoples-and-languages-of-iberia-3307-x" class="tumblr_blog">land-of-maps</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of Iberia [3307 x 2339]<br/><a href="http://landofmaps.com/">CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!</a></p></blockquote>

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Bailey Jay, Click, and Tumblr: Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of lberia An ethnological map of the Iberian Peninsule after the 2nd Punic War (с. 200 b.c.е.). A geographical palimpsest, including Roman urban foundations and resettlements until c. 25 bce. Ethnic/Political identities in Graeco-Roman and Indigenous sources Larger or more generic POPULUS ASTURES Smaller or local GENS or CVITAS BRACARI OPPIOUM or POLIS Latedpe-Roman ame ANTABRI Newroman mame of older place Pre-Roman towns, indigenous and colonial, that minted coins until 45 b.c.e Language used in mint: BERONES RETANI Emporion Greek RP NDONES e Easterm Iberian Southern Iberiae ● Tanessan VACCAE LA CESSETANI Latin land er Other relevant oppida Linguistic groups Turdetanian area Tartessian (residual) CALVR TAPORI BALEARES Aquitanian (Prolo-Basque) EDETAN TA Major linguistic associations Main colonial foundings O Ebusos CELTICI OGreek TURDU ORETANI Akra Leuke Zone of maritime and commercial hegemony of Gadir Carthaginians (237 to 206 b.c.e.) Carthsgo Nova Colonization area +Military domain Gadir Geopolitical influence Circle of the Straight OL Fraga da Campo Arqueobglco de Tavira, Portugal Roman military occupation questions may be 194 b.ce. 156 b.c.e Roman provincies (after 7 b.c.e.) LMAURI Rusaddir GAETAE Names USITANIA,BETICA TARRACONENSIS BANIURAEMAURUS Limits <p><a href="http://land-of-maps.tumblr.com/post/148928451480/pre-roman-peoples-and-languages-of-iberia-3307-x" class="tumblr_blog">land-of-maps</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of Iberia [3307 x 2339]<br/><a href="http://landofmaps.com/">CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!</a></p></blockquote>
Bailey Jay, Click, and Tumblr: Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of lberia
 An ethnological map of the Iberian Peninsule after the 2nd Punic War (с. 200 b.c.е.).
 A geographical palimpsest, including Roman urban foundations and resettlements until c. 25 bce.
 Ethnic/Political identities in
 Graeco-Roman and Indigenous sources
 Larger or more generic POPULUS ASTURES
 Smaller or local GENS or CVITAS BRACARI
 OPPIOUM or POLIS Latedpe-Roman ame
 ANTABRI
 Newroman mame of older place
 Pre-Roman towns, indigenous and
 colonial, that minted coins until 45 b.c.e
 Language used in mint:
 BERONES
 RETANI
 Emporion
 Greek
 RP
 NDONES
 e Easterm Iberian
 Southern Iberiae
 ● Tanessan
 VACCAE
 LA
 CESSETANI
 Latin land er
 Other relevant oppida
 Linguistic groups
 Turdetanian area
 Tartessian (residual)
 CALVR
 TAPORI
 BALEARES
 Aquitanian (Prolo-Basque)
 EDETAN
 TA
 Major linguistic associations
 Main colonial foundings
 O Ebusos
 CELTICI
 OGreek
 TURDU
 ORETANI
 Akra Leuke
 Zone of maritime and
 commercial hegemony
 of Gadir
 Carthaginians (237 to 206 b.c.e.)
 Carthsgo
 Nova
 Colonization area
 +Military domain
 Gadir
 Geopolitical influence
 Circle
 of the
 Straight
 OL Fraga da
 Campo Arqueobglco de Tavira, Portugal
 Roman military occupation
 questions may be
 194 b.ce.
 156 b.c.e
 Roman provincies (after 7 b.c.e.)
 LMAURI
 Rusaddir
 GAETAE Names
 USITANIA,BETICA
 TARRACONENSIS
 BANIURAEMAURUS
 Limits
<p><a href="http://land-of-maps.tumblr.com/post/148928451480/pre-roman-peoples-and-languages-of-iberia-3307-x" class="tumblr_blog">land-of-maps</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of Iberia [3307 x 2339]<br/><a href="http://landofmaps.com/">CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!</a></p></blockquote>

land-of-maps: Pre-Roman Peoples and Languages of Iberia [3307 x 2339]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!