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Definition of colony:
- a designation of Philippi, in ( Acts 16:12 ) After the battle of Actium, Augustus assigned to his veterans those parts of Italy which had espoused the cause of Antony, and transported many of the expelled inhabitants to Philippi, Dyrrhachium and other cities. In this way Philippi was made a Roman colony with the " Jus Italicum." At first the colonists were all Roman citizens, and entitled to vote at Rome. [ E] indicates this entry was also found in Easton's Bible Dictionary
- The city of Philippi was a Roman colony ( Acts 16:12 ), i.e., a military settlement of Roman soldiers and citizens, planted there to keep in subjection a newly-conquered district. A colony was Rome in miniature, under Roman municipal law, but governed by military officers ( praetors and lictors), not by proconsuls. It had an independent internal government, the jus Italicum; i.e., the privileges of Italian citizens.
- one of the 13 British colonies that formed the original states of the United States
- a group of animals of the same type living together
- ( microbiology) a group of organisms grown from a single parent cell
- a body of people who settle far from home but maintain ties with their homeland; inhabitants remain nationals of their home state but are not literally under the home state's system of government
- a group of animals of the same living together
- A company of people transplanted from their mother country to a remote province or country, and remaining subject to the jurisdiction of the parent state; as, the British colonies in America.
- The district or country colonized; a settlement.
- A company of persons from the same country sojourning in a foreign city or land; as, the American colony in Paris.
- A number of animals or plants living or growing together, beyond their usual range.
- A cell family or group of common origin, mostly of unicellular organisms, esp. among the lower algae. They may adhere in chains or groups, or be held together by a gelatinous envelope.
- A community of social insects, as ants, bees, etc.
- A body of people who leave their native country and settle in another land, but remain subject to the mother country; the country settled; a group like a colony.
- One of a number of groups of bacteria growing on a culture medium, each one due to the multiplication of an individual germ.
- A body of persons who settle in another country, remaining subject to the parent state; the country so inhabited.
- A body of emigrants in a remote region under the control of the parent country; the region so occupied; any association of individuals, as a swarm of bees.
- A body of people who leave home and go and settle in a new country subject to the parent one; the settlement so formed; a body of animals living, or of plants growing, together.
- A body of persons sent out from their native country to a distant district, or a new country, in order to settle and cultivate it; the country thus settled or planted.
- Any collection of organisms living together, ants, bees; a group of animals or plants living together and somewhat isolated; a group of bacteria in a culture; term all the " persons" in a colonial Coelenterate.
- [ Latin] Any collection of organisms living together, appl. ants, bees; a group of animals or plants living together and somewhat isolated, or established in a new area; a coenobium; a group of bacteria or of other micro-organisms in a culture.