a king of Ormenium who refused to give his daughter Astydamia to Hercules and who was slain by Hercules.
This work being violently opposed, was speedily followed by “Amyntor,” or a defence of Milton’s life, containing—1.
Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers Charles Bradlaugh, A. Collins, and J. Watts
Oedipus and Amyntor and Theseus cursed their children, and their curses took effect.
The spurious gospels opened a fresh theological campaign, and produced his “Amyntor.”
Calamities and Quarrels of Authors Isaac Disraeli
amyoesthesia amyoesthesia a·my·o·es·the·sia (ā-mī’ō-ĭs-thē’zhə, ə-mī’-) or a·my·o·es·the·sis (-thē’sĭs) n. Inability to sense motion, weight, and balance.
amyoplasia amyoplasia a·my·o·pla·si·a (ā-mī’ō-plā’zē-ə, -zhə, ə-mī’-) n. The lack of muscle formation.
- Amyoplasia congenita
amyoplasia congenita amyoplasia congenita amyoplasia con·gen·i·ta (kən-jěn’ĭ-tə) n. See arthrogryposis.
- Amyotonia congenita
amyotonia congenita amyotonia congenita amyotonia con·gen·i·ta (kən-jěn’ĭ-tə) n. Any of several congenital diseases of children that are marked by general muscle hypotonia, usually in muscles that are functionally connected to the spinal nerves. Also called myatonia congenita, Oppenheim’s disease, Oppenheim’s syndrome.