10 HINDI BOOKS RELATING TO «अध:शयन»
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Hindī śabdakośa - Page 918
अ-नाहीं नीध--, अकथ, अकथनीय, अवयव, अकाल, अव., अकर्तव्य, अकर्मक, अकर्मण्य, अव-कित, अकलियत, अवधि, ... अय-पतन, अध-शयन, अध', अध..., अधम अगोगति, अगोगमन, अगोदृमे, अधेयल, अगोमुख, अलावा, अलिखित, ...
Stedman's Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions ... - Page 31
[G. adiabatos, impassable, fr, a priv. + diabainó to go through] ad-i-ad-o-cho-ki-ne-si-a (à-di'ā-dó-kö-kin-è' Zē-ă) SYN adiadochokinesis. ad-i-ad-o-cho-ki-ne-sis (à-di'ā-dó-kö-kin-è' sis) Inability to perform rapid alternating movements, a sign of ...
Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 2005
A Dictionary of the English Language, containing the ... - Page 404
Symp-to-máti-cal-ly, ad. by symptoms. Syn'a-gögue, n. (Gr.sun, ago) a place where the Jews meet for worship. Syn-a-lépha, n. (Gr.sun, aleipho) a contraction of syllables by suppressing a vowel or diphthong at the end of a word. Syn'ar-chy, n.
Alexander REID (LL.D.), 1844
The Treasury of Knowledge and Library Reference - Page 389
syn]. Svc'ouhantrv, s. malignant tale-beariug Syllable, Syilablcal.a. relating to ey (Tables Syllab'ically, ad. in a svllabicalmanner Syllabica'tion, s. the dividing of words into syllables Syllable,*, aa much of a word as is uttered by the help of one ...
A dictionary of the English language - Page 404
Symp-to-m&t'i-cal-ly, ad. by symptoms. Syn'a-gogue, n. (Gr. sun, ago) a place where the Jews meet for worship. Syn-a-le'pha, n. (Gr. sun, ateipho) a contraction of syllables by suppressing a vowel or diphthong at the end of a word. Syn'ar-chy ...
A Dictionary of the English Language, Containing the ... - Page 404
Symp'tom, n. (Gr run, ptoma) a sign. Bymp-to-mat'it. Symp-to-mat'i cal, a. indicating the existence of something else. By mp- to-mat 'i-cal-ly, ad. by symptoms. Byn-ec-doch'i-cal-lv, ad. by synecdoche. Syn-er-giafic, a. (Gr. sun, nyw) cooperating.
A Comprehensive Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary - Page 302
Sym-bSl'jc, Sym-bbTi-cal, a. typical ; emblemat- Sym-bSl'j-cal-ly, ad. by representation. [leal. ... Syn'a-gogue, (sln'a-g5g) 71. an assembly of the Jews for worship ; a Jewish house of worship, Syn-a-le'pha, 71. a contraction of a syllable.
Joseph Emerson Worcester, 1830
Walker Remodelled: Smart's Pronouncing Dictionary of the ... - Page 573
Syn'-eo-docV-i-cal, a. ; Syn'- ec-docA"-i-cal-ly, ad. SyN-EC'-PHO-Ne"-SIS, S. A sounding in connection, that is, two vowels as if they were one: — See Syneeresis, Synalepha, and uresis, which amount to the same thing. Sv/N'-E-Py, s. Union of ...
A High School Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language
Syn-od'ie, >o. done Syn-od'ie-al, > synod, yn-od'ie-al-ly, ad. by a synod, b yn'o-nyra, n. a word which j has the same signification. p Syn-on'y-mist, n. one who ex- j plains synonymous words, j Syn-on'y-mize, v. t. to express . the same meaning ...
Noah Webster, William Greenleaf Webster, 1853
Walker Remodelled. A New Critical Pronouncing Dictionary ...
To Syn'-co-pate, v. a. To contract by syncope; in music, to divide notes and unite them diversely. Syn'-co-pa”-tion, 89: s. ... Expressing the same thing ; conveying the same idea: Synon'ymal is disused. ym-on-y-mous-ly, ad. In a synonymous ...
Benjamin Humphrey Smart, 1836