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Zastrugi "Zas*tru"gi", n. pl.; sing. . [Russ. zastruga furrow made on the shore by water.] Grooves or furrows formed in snow by the action of the wind, and running parallel More…
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-gen "-gen" [(1) From Gr. -gen-, from the same root as ge`nos race, stock (see ). (2) From Gr. suffix -genh`s born. Cf. F. -g[`e]ne.] 1. A suffix used in scientific words in the More…
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-genous "-ge*nous" [-gen + -ous.] A suffix signifying producing, yielding; as, alkaligenous; endogenous.
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-gerous "-ger*ous" [L. -ger, fr. gerere to bear, carry. See .] A suffix signifying bearing, producing; as, calcigerous; dentigerous.
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Nuraghe "Nu*ra"ghe", n.; It. pl. . Also Nuragh "Nu"ragh", etc.[It. dial. (Sardinia) nuraghe).] One of the prehistoric towerlike structures found in Sardinia. More…
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Martyrology "Mar`tyr*ol"o*gy", n.; pl. . [Martyr + -logy.] A history or account of martyrs; a register of martyrs. -Bp. Stillingfleet.
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Lethargy "Leth"ar*gy" (-j[y^]), n.; pl. (-j[i^]z). [F. l['e]thargie, L. lethargia, Gr. lhqargi`a, fr. lh`qargos forgetful, fr. lh`qh forgetfulness. See .] 1. Morbid More…
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Archipelago "Ar`chi*pel"a*go", n.; pl. or . [It. arcipelago, properly, chief sea; Gr. pref ? + ? sea, perh. akin to ? blow, and expressing the beating of the waves. See More…
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Archipelago "Ar`chi*pel"a*go", n.; pl. or . [It. arcipelago, properly, chief sea; Gr. pref ? + ? sea, perh. akin to ? blow, and expressing the beating of the waves. See More…
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-gram "-gram" [Gr. ? a thing drawn or written, a letter, fr. gra`fein to draw, write. See {Graphic.}] A suffix indicating something drawn or written, a drawing, writing; - as, More…
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-graph "-graph" (-gr[.a]f) [From Gr. gra`fein to write. See .] A suffix signifying something written, a writing; also, a writer; as autograph, crystograph, telegraph, photograph. More…
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-graphy "-gra*phy" [Gr. ?, fr. ? write. See .] A suffix denoting the art of writing or describing; also, the writing or description itself; a treatise; as, calligraphy, More…
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-grave "-grave" A final syllable signifying a ruler, as in landgrave, margrave. See {Margrave.}
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