What is another word for salian?
[ sˈe͡ɪli͡ən], [ sˈeɪliən], [ s_ˈeɪ_l_iə_n]
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Synonyms for Salian:
n.• Salian Frank (noun)
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What is salian?
The Salian dynasty is a dynasty of rulers who ruled parts of Europe in the 10th and 11th centuries. The dynasty was named after the Salian Franks, a tribe who inhabited the Rhine and Meuse rivers in Western Europe. The Salian dynasty is noted for its numerous conflicts with the Holy Roman Emperor, as well as its numerous achievements in architecture and art.
Homophones for Salian:
- Sally Lunn, salon, solanum, scallion, sullen, salami, shallon, salmo, slimy, sloanea, scolion, sicilian, solon, selenium, schliemann, salem, Salim, slain, sexual union, sea lion, social lion, seal in, selma, slime, solo man, sea lane, sealyham, sauce-alone, sash line, slum, Shiah Islam, slam on, solan, selene, solomon, swollen, saline, salmon, slummy, saloon, slim, salomon, silene, salome, slam, salaam, salmi, sockeye salmon, salina, skyline, squall line, Schoolma'am, scalene, schoolman, slow lane, slalom, saxicoline, scullion, sea holm, solemn.
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