Gnossus [nos-uh s] Examples noun
Related formsGnos·si·an, adjective Examples from the Web for gnossus Historical Examples of gnossus
The heifers of Gnossus and of Cydon 751 sighed to mate with him.
From Gnossus, whence the Greeks drew all their laws and science, came probably the Greek word gnosis, meaning knowledge.
This would be a most extraordinary oversight, as the scene is laid in Crete, in the town of Gnossus.
I come to thee a more constant lover; damsel of Gnossus, lay aside thy fear, the wife of Bacchus shalt thou be.