Xerxes


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Kserkses
Kserks
Xerxész
Kserkses
Ксеркс

Xerxes

[ˈzɜːksiːz] NJerjes

Xerxes

[ˈzɜːksiːz] nSerse m
References in classic literature ?
So, if great things to small may be compar'd, XERXES, the Libertie of GREECE to yoke, From SUSA his MEMNONIAN Palace high Came to the Sea, and over HELLESPONT Bridging his way, EUROPE with ASIA joyn'd, And scourg'd with many a stroak th' indignant waves.
XERXES principal Daniel Gohari noted, "Xerxes and Infinity are proud to be working together again to deliver this premier office space and to be revitalizing 587 Fifth Avenue to a standard that will attract and serve Class A tenants.
Finally, BEAUCHAMP XERXES was held up way off the pace at Kempton last time - finishing best of all.