ancrod an·crod (ān’krŏd)
A proteinase obtained from the venom of the pit viper, which contains a fibrinogen-splitting enzyme and is used in the treatment of chronic peripheral vascular disease.
having the end of each limb divided and carved outward like the flukes of an anchor; moline: a cross ancré. Historical Examples In the operations along the ancre a German officer and eighty-two men were made prisoner. The Story of the Great War, Volume VI (of VIII) Various The difference between the nun and the […]
ancs Automated Nautical Charting System
- Ancus marcius
a king of Rome, during whose reign the first bridge across the Tiber was constructed. Historical Examples “You never did see Ancus Marcius, that’s all brag,” cried a voice that sounded full of irritation and even nervous exhaustion. The Possessed Fyodor Dostoevsky Numae Pompilii nepos Ancus Marcius erat, aequitate et religione avo similis. Selections from […]
a combining form meaning “hook,” “joint,” used in the formation of technical terms: ancylostomiasis. ancylo- pref. Variant of ankylo-.