posted March 17, 2012 11:26 PM
Originally posted by athenegoddess:
I don't know much about this but has anyone ever thought about this before?
In what way?
Well first off one would not Lexigram all three together.
Also Sirius is not the star's only name.
So what name would one Lexigram? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sirius
Osiris does not have much to work with Lexigram wise,
and nor does Isis.
Lexigram words found with the name
SIRS SIR OR SO IS SI I
and these obscure words.
siris - large spreading Old World tree having large leaves and globose clusters of greenish-yellow flowers and long seed pods that clatter in the wind
Albizia lebbeck, Albizzia lebbeck, siris tree
albizia, albizzia - any of numerous trees of the genus Albizia
chief town and capital, nomos (department) of Serrai, Macedonia, northern Greece. Serrai is situated on the east bank of the fertile agricultural valley of the Struma River. The town was fortified by Byzantine emperors in their efforts to command the Rupel Pass into Bulgaria. Unsuccessfully besieged by Bulgarians in the 10th century, it was held by the Serbs (1345-71), who lost it to the Turks (1368), who in turn lost it to Bulgaria in 1913. Serrai later passed into Greek territory, but the Bulgarians occupied it again during both World Wars I and II. In the late 20th century the town became a prosperous service centre for a labour-intensive manufacturing area built with foreign capital attracted by government incentives. Pop. (1981) 46,317.
noun \ˈsrē, ˈshrē\
Definition of SRI
—used as a conventional title of respect when addressing or speaking of a distinguished Indian
Variants of SRI
sri also shri
Origin of SRI
Sanskrit śrī, literally, beauty, majesty; akin to Greek kreiōn ruler, master
First Known Use: 1799
A flat, colored, ring-shaped membrane behind the cornea of the eye, with an adjustable circular opening (pupil) in the center.
(of an aperture, typically that of a lens) Open or close in the manner of an iris or iris diaphragm.
flag - orris
soriplural of so·rus (Noun)
A cluster of spore-producing receptacles on the underside of a fern frond.
A gamete-producing or fruiting body in certain algae and fungi.
An organization, the International Organization for Standardization, that sets standards in many businesses and technologies, including computing and communications.
The term ISO is not an abbreviation, but instead derives from the Greek word SOS, meaning equal.
A priestess of Hera who was loved by Zeus. Trying to protect her from the jealousy of Hera, Zeus turned Io into a heifer.
One of the Galilean moons of Jupiter, the fifth closest satellite to the planet.
A bone (used chiefly in Latin names of bones, e.g., os trapezium).
An opening or entrance to a passage, esp. one at either end of the cervix of the uterus.
a grinning expression produced by spasm of the facial muscles, typical of tetanus in humans. The term is also applied to dogs with tetanus in which the lips are drawn back by muscle spasms.
Sui (swā , dynasty of China that ruled from 581 to 618. This short-lived dynasty reunified China in 589 after 400 years of division and laid the foundation for further consolidation under the T'ang dynasty. The Sui emperors, Yang Chien (reigned 581–604) and his son Yang Kuang (reigned 604–618), extended the empire, reorganized and centralized the state bureaucracy, and formulated a legal code. The Grand Canal, built to link the two great rivers of China—the Huang He and the Chang—enabled the central government to draw on the rich resources of the lower Chang valley and greatly facilitated the integration of the nation. The Great Wall
was refortified, and Chang'an, Luoyang, and Yangzhou were reconstructed. Faced with internal rebellion, Yang Kuang ended his campaigns to conquer the Korean kingdom of Koguryo (612–14). After his defeat by the Eastern Turks (615), he fled to S China, where he was assassinated (618).
SIRS SIR UR US IS SI I
See definitions above for these words:
SIRIS IRIS SRIS SRI
Noun 1. Sur - a port in southern Lebanon on the Mediterranean SeaSur - a port in southern Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea; formerly a major Phoenician seaport famous for silks
Lebanese Republic, Lebanon - an Asian republic at east end of Mediterranean
There were other "words"
but were either slang or not true words, but acronyms and or abbreviations.
therefore I am immortal