1. an island in the Aegean Sea in the Saronic Gulf
  2. small medusa
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How To Use Aegina In A Sentence

  • One of these was, that he called Aegina "the eyesore of the Peiraeus," and that "he saw war coming upon Athens from Peloponnesus. Plutarch's Lives, Volume I
  • Corinthians seized66 on the heights of Geraneia, and thence made a descent with their allies into the Megarian territory, thinking that the Athenians, who had so large a force absent in Aegina and in Egypt, would be unable to assist the Megarians; or, if they did; would be obliged to raise the siege of Aegina. The History of the Peloponnesian War
  • Arrival at the isle Anaphe: the dream of Euphemus, which is interpreted by Jason: arrival at Aegina and at Pagasae, the end of the voyage (1694 – 1781). The Argonautica
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  • These figures do not include trips to the Argosaronic islands such as Aegina and Poros. Kathimerini English Edition : Print Edition : 26/6/09
  • After them came the sons of Aeacus, not both together, nor from the same spot; for they settled far from Aegina in exile, when in their folly they had slain their brother Phocus. The Argonautica
  • Natalya Bessmertnova is delicate as the long-suffering Phrygia, cruelly separated from her husband, ill-used by Crassus and mocked by Aegina, finding Spartacus again only to lose him in the final battle with the superior Roman forces.
  • For now have I come to the glorious end of your toils; for no adventure befell you as ye came home from Aegina, and no tempest of winds opposed you; but quietly did ye skirt the The Argonautica
  • Euphemus, which is interpreted by Jason: arrival at Aegina and at Pagasae, the end of the voyage (1694 – 1781). The Argonautica
  • And thence they steadily left behind long leagues of sea and stayed on the beach of Aegina; and at once they contended in innocent strife about the fetching of water, who first should draw it and reach the ship. The Argonautica
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