algovascular al·go·vas·cu·lar (āl’gō-vās’kyə-lər) or an·gi·o·vas·cu·lar (ān’jē-ō-)
Relating to the changes in the lumen of blood vessels in response to pain.
(formerly) an offset process employing an plate instead of a stone. Historical Examples The processes of zincography and of algraphy (aluminium printing) are essentially the same as lithography. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 6 Various
Nelson, 1909–81, U.S. novelist and short-story writer. noun Nelson. 1909–81, US novelist. His novels, mostly set in Chicago, include Never Come Morning (1942) and The Man with the Golden Arm (1949)
a Biblical tree, possibly the red sandalwood. II Chron. 2:8. Historical Examples No Jewish lexicon tells us of almug or algum trees; no Hebrew writer undertakes to describe them. Prehistoric Structures of Central America Martin Ingham Townsend (2 Chr. 2:8; 9:10,11), the same as almug (1 Kings 10:11).
a male given name, form of . variant of : coxalgy. Historical Examples Hold your tongue, Algy, you have had too much wine; you ought to go to bed. Hester, Volume 3 (of 3) Margaret Oliphant “I thought the Army was a place for gentlemen,” murmured Algy aghast. Uncle Sam’s Boys as Sergeants H. Irving […]