agonadal a·go·nad·al (ā’gō-nād’l, ə-gō’nād’l)
Congenital or acquired absence of ovaries or testes.
of, relating to, or symptomatic of , especially paroxysmal distress, as the death throes. Historical Examples These are referred to sometimes as chin jerk, tracheal tug or agonal muscles of respiration. Warren Commission (6 of 26): Hearings Vol. VI (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy What do you mean by […]
. Historical Examples The woman Ipsukuk fell to weeping for a son lost long years agone in the ice, and the shaman made incantation and prophecy. The Faith of Men Jack London Because when my father have arrived at his house, he is agone. The Argonauts of North Liberty Bret Harte Gintlemen that came by […]
(in ancient Greece) a contest in which prizes were awarded in any of a number of events, as athletics, drama, music, poetry, and painting. (italics) Greek. (in ancient Greek drama) a formalized debate or argumentation, especially in comedy: usually following the proagon and preceding the parabasis. Literature. conflict, especially between the protagonist and the antagonist. […]
not forming an angle. Historical Examples The line passing through points where the needle points north, without declination, is the agonic line. Physics Willis Eugene Tower To the east of the agonic line the declination is westerly, and to the west it is easterly. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 3 Various agonic line, […]