adermia a·der·mi·a (ā-dûr’mē-ə, ə-dûr’-)
Congenital absence of skin.
adermogenesis adermogenesis a·der·mo·gen·e·sis (ā-dûr’mō-jěn’ĭ-sĭs, ə-dûr’-) n. Failure of or imperfection in the regeneration of the skin, especially in the repair of a cutaneous defect.
a suffix occurring in loanwords from Greek, the plural of 1 : Hyades; Pleiades. Historical Examples Pyl´ades at length yielded to Orestes, and consented to take the letter. The Student’s Mythology Catherine Ann White Oh, I tell yer it’s ‘ades let loose, or all Babel a busting down-stairs. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 102, […]
. the case. Historical Examples The extent to which they are also Caritive, adessive and the like has yet to be investigated. Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham
- Adeste fideles
adeste fideles “Adeste Fideles” [(ah-des-tay fi-day-lis)] The Latin version of “O Come, All Ye Faithful.” Contemporary Examples It dates to 1740s Britain and of course was written originally in Latin (“adeste fideles”). Yes, I Like Christmas Music. Stop Laughing. Michael Tomasky December 23, 2014 Historical Examples “adeste fideles, if you please,” said S——, rather taken […]