prostyle on both fronts.
(esp of a classical temple) having a set of columns at both ends but not at the sides
a temple of this kind
adjective another word for amphoteric
any of numerous worm lizards of the genus Amphisbaena. Classical Mythology. a serpent having a head at each end of its body and the ability to move forward or backward. Historical Examples The amphisbaena, supposed to have a head at each end and move either way. The Works of Lucian of Samosata, v. 4 Lucian […]
inhabitants of the tropics. n. 1620s, from Medieval Latin Amphiscii, from Greek amphiskioi “inhabitants of the tropics,” literally “throwing a shadow both ways,” from amphi- “on both sides” (see amphi-) + skia “shadow” (see shine (v.)). Inhabitants of torrid zones, so called because they are “people whose shadow is sometimes to the North, and sometimes […]
adjective (of a leaf) having stomata on both surfaces