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perse

 (pûrs)
adj.
Dark grayish blue or purple.

[Middle English pers, from Old French, from Medieval Latin persus, back-formation from Latin Persicus, Persian, from Greek Persikos, a Persian, from Persēs, a Persian, from Old Persian Pārsa, of Median origin; akin to Old Persian Parthava-, Parthian.]

perse

(pɜːs)
n
(Colours)
a. a dark greyish-blue colour
b. (as adjective): perse cloth.
[C14: from Old French, from Medieval Latin persus, perhaps changed from Latin Persicus Persian]

Perse

(pɜːs; French pɛrs)
n
(Biography) Saint-John (ˈsɪndʒən), real name Alexis Saint-Léger. 1887–1975, French poet, born in Guadeloupe. His works include Anabase (1922) and Chronique (1960). Nobel prize for literature 1960

per se

(pɜr ˈseɪ, ˈsi, pər)
adv.
by, of, for, or in itself; intrinsically.
[1565–75; < Latin per sē by itself, translation of Greek kath' autó]

Perse

(pɛrs, pɜrs)

n.
St.-John (ˈsɪn dʒən) St.-John Perse.
References in classic literature ?
Either in Cyme or Ascra, two sons, Hesiod and Perses, were born to the settler, and these, after his death, divided the farm between them.
Again, Hesiod's story of his relations with his brother Perses have been treated with scepticism (see Murray, "Anc.
299 PERSE DION GENOS to PERSE, DION GENOS, was thought to have been Dius) was a native of Cyme in Aeolis, where he was a seafaring trader and, perhaps, also a farmer.
Thence we sailed sadly on, glad to have escaped death, though we had lost our comrades, and came to the Aeaean island, where Circe lives--a great and cunning goddess who is own sister to the magician Aeetes--for they are both children of the sun by Perse, who is daughter to Oceanus.
Le nom le plus AaAaAeA@videmment signifiant, et celui qui suscite une atten du lecteur, est sans aucun doute celui de Bagoas, dans les AaAaAeAethiopiqu (8, 2, 3), puisqu'il dAaAaAeA@signe, de faAaAaAeAoon gAaAaAeA@nAaAaAeA@rique, si l'on Pline l'Ancien, les eunuques perses tout-puissants.
After centuries of resource depletion on Earth, salvation has come in the form of Perses, a resource-rich planet coaxed into orbit from its collision course with Earth.
Selon un document d'Arts et culture, [beaucoup moins que] le mugham d'Azerbaidjan reflete les multiples rencontres caucasiennes, perses et turques aghouz qui ont forme le creuset de la culture azerie [beaucoup plus grand que].
Nectanebo 1er fut l'un des derniers pharaons egyptiens a regner avant la conquete du pays par les Perses, puis par les Grecs qui fonderent la dynastie des Ptolemees avant que l'Egypte soit integree a l'empire romain.
date a laquelle l'ile fut integree a l'empire perse jusqu'en 499, soit jusqu'a ce que les royaumes chypriotes participent a la revolte des cites grecques d'Ionie contre les Perses.
In Hesiod she is the daughter of the Titan Perses and the nymph Asteria and has power over heaven, earth, and sea; hence, she bestows wealth and all the blessings of daily life.
Apparently by bribery of the judges, Perses was awarded Hesiod's sheep, but the diligent Hesiod accumulated another fortune while Perses lost all he had and was forced to beg further help from the poet.
Nous en avons releve deux qui prouvent a quel point les mots arabes, perses ou turcs sont si presents en langue francaise: [beaucoup moins que]Ainsi le mot la madrague qui est une technique de peche spectaculaire apportee par les marins arabes a Marseille mazrabah, est le nom de la priorite dans le Var de Brigitte Bardo, elle qui n'aime pas trop les arabes, mais le pire c'est que Bardo vient aussi de l'arabe: berd'aa qui veut dire petit mulet.