Translation: from latin

ămĭas

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  • Amias — m English: rare, and of uncertain origin, possibly from the surname Amias, which is a local name for someone from Amiens in France. However, both surname and given name are rare. The ending ias is found in biblical names (e.g. TOBIAS (SEE… …   First names dictionary

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  • Amias, Ven. John — • Cloth merchant, widower, priest, martyred 1589 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Amias Paulet — Sir Amias Paulet (1532 – September 26, 1588) was the son of Hugh Paulet and Philippa Pollard. His name is sometimes spelt Amyas .In 1559 he was made Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Jersey, one of the Channel Islands, his father being… …   Wikipedia

  • John Amias — (d. 1589) was a Roman Catholic priest who was martyred in England. He was beatified by Pope Pius XI in 1929.LifeThere is some doubt about his early life and his real name. One story is that he was indeed John Amias or Amyas, born at Wakefield in… …   Wikipedia

  • Ven. John Amias —     Ven. John Amias     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ven. John Amias     An English Martyr; b. at Wakefield; d. at York, 16 March, 1589. He exercised the trade of a cloth merchant in Wakefield until the death of his wife, when he divided his… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Apartment Gite Des Amias Saulxures S.Moselote — (Saulxures sur Moselotte,Франция) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель …   Каталог отелей

  • Jean Hotman, Marquis de Villers-St-Paul — (1552 January 26, 1636) was a French diplomat. The eldest son of the famous jurist and author François Hotman. He was born in Lausanne because his family was in exile during the Wars of Religion in France. His father, although heir to an estate,… …   Wikipedia

  • Forde Abbey — is a former Cistercian monastery in Dorset, England, now run as a visitor attraction.HistoryOriginsIn 1136 Richard de Brioniis founded a Cistercian monastery at Brightley in Devon. Unfortunately, the land was too barren for an agricultural… …   Wikipedia

  • Samuel Maverick (colonist) — Samuel Maverick (c. 1602 c. 1670) was a 17th century English colonist in what is now Massachusetts, the United States. Arriving ahead of the famed Winthrop fleet, Maverick became one of the earliest settlers, one of the largest landowners and one …   Wikipedia

  • Mary I of Scotland — Infobox British Royalty|Scottish|monarch name = Mary I title = Queen of Scots; Queen consort of France caption = Portrait by François Clouet s school, c. 1560 reign = 14 December 1542 ndash; 24 July 1567 coronation = 9 September 1543 predecessor …   Wikipedia

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