The commander of a century (a military company of 100 men).
A gold coin used as currency in the U.S.S.R., worth ten rubles.
A line of militiamen or police enclosing an area.
A sail, yard, or rigging of the fore-topgallant mast on a ship.
An enlargement of the thyroid gland on the front and sides of the neck.
An oval track for horse races and chariot races.
A dwarf artificially created by an alchemist.
A traditional Arab headdress, made of a square of cloth folded into a triangle, and held on by a cord.
In the U.S.S.R., a comparatively wealthy peasant, viewed as an oppressor and class enemy.
A provincial governor of senatorial rank appointed by the emperor.
A subdivision of a legion, consisting of 60 or 120 men.
Nervous debility, exhaustion.
The moral obligation that those of high birth have to act generously.
A very hard rock with a purplish-red groundmass, or any igneous rock containing coarse crystals.
A garment with fringes, worn over the shoulders like a shawl by Jews.
A silver coin used as currency in ancient Greece, worth four drachmas.
A crosspiece separating a window or a door from the fanlight above it.
A drug used as a nerve sedative.
A small article of luggage, a traveling bag.
An article or dish of food.
A person devoted to some subject.