Results for: Circe

In Stamp Collecting (Philately)

What is the value of a Russian stamp circ 1964?

Answer . Identify the exact stamp using a catalog. This could involve learning about perforations, watermarks and colors as well as condition. The catalog will provide a va (MORE)
In Business & Finance

What is the financial description of TD Circ 570s?

And the TD Circ 570 term that they made up? It's hard to imagine why they would use this particular term, but perhaps the closest term that makes any sense is Treasury Departm (MORE)
In Greek and Roman Mythologies

What is Circes Roman name?

Circe, the sorceress, is a character in the Odyssey. She has no equivalent in Roman mythology.
In Definitions

What does the root Circ mean?

Circ-|Circle|Circus|Large public entertainment in a CIRC ULAR Arena I'm Really Sure That This is The Definition.
In Word and Phrase Origins

What words have the Greek root Circ in them?

Circle,Circumference,Circumstance,Circus. Also, circumspect, circumnavigate, circumstantial, cirumferential, circuit, circuitous, circling.
In Books and Literature

What words begin with circ?

Circle . Circumvent . Circumference . Circumnavigate . Circumcise
In Greek and Roman Mythologies

Where is circes island?

Circe was said to live on the island of Aeaea, which has never been connected to an actual place. Some later (probably Roman) stories even say she destroyed the island and mov (MORE)
In Word Games

What are some words that start with the prefix circ?

circulation, circular, circumlocution, circumnavigate, circumcise, circle, circus, circuit, circuitous, circuitry, circulate, circulation, circulatory, circuline, circumambien (MORE)
In Acronyms & Abbreviations

What does the acronym CIRC stand for?

The acronym CIRC mainly stands for The China Insurance Regulatory Commission. However, it is also abbreviated for Civitan International Research Center, Community Information (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What kind of people believe in 'circe'?

Circe was a Greek mythological enchantress who turned men into into swine. She was not a Goddess, but a nymph with magical powers. Therefore, people who believe in Circe are e (MORE)