Definitions for "Apis"
Keywords:  ptah, bull, memphis, egyptian, god
a breed of bull associated with the god of Memphis, Ptah. Apis, himself becomes the mortuary god, but was originally a symbol of fertility.
Holy bull, sacred to the god Osiris, worshipped especially in Thebes.
Egyptian god who is manifested in a bull, one of which Cambyses was supposed to have killed
Keywords:  honeybee, bee, genus, mellifica, musca
A genus of insects of the order Hymenoptera, including the common honeybee (Apis mellifica) and other related species. See Honeybee.
Various types of swelling and inflammation, such as animal bites and stings, also measles and mumps, sore throats, sore red eyes and fevers. The remedy comes from the honey bee, and the symptom pattern mimcs the bee's sting. Apis is an important quick-acting remedy where there is inflammation, and especially oedema - swelling with excessive fluid in the body tissues.
type genus of the Apidae: honeybees
Apis in Greek mythology was the king of Apia a ruler in the long line of rulers of Sicyon. Historically, he was most often alleged to have been killed by Aetolus.
Apis (Greek: ), was an ancient seaport town (Polyb. Exc. Leg. 115) on the north coast of Africa, about 18 km west of Paraetonium, sometimes reckoned to Egypt, and sometimes to Marmarica.
Keywords:  asylum, instructions, policy
Asylum Policy Instructions
Australian Passport Information Service Website
Asia Pacific Information Society
a set of programming interfaces that allow independent service vendors creating telecommunication services
Application Programming Interfaces.
Advanced Passenger Information System