anephric a·neph·ric (ā-něf’rĭk, ə-něf’-)
. Historical Examples The words arren (male) and aner (man) also contain a similar allusion to the same principle of the upward flux (te ano rhon). Cratylus Plato determiner, pronoun, noun a Scottish word for one a boy. (1.) A Canaanitish chief who joined his forces with those of Abraham in pursuit of Chedorlaomer (Gen. […]
anergasia anergasia an·er·ga·si·a (ān’ər-gā’zē-ə, -zhə) n. Absence of psychic activity as the result of organic brain disease. an’er·gas’tic (-gās’tĭk) adj.
Pathology. deficiency of energy. Immunology. lack of immunity to an antigen. Historical Examples Sex is important in determining the nature of the stupor, for he found the anergic type following mania in females only. Benign Stupors August Hoch He is certainly wrong in denying “negativism” to his anergic type. Benign Stupors August Hoch noun lack […]
Pathology. deficiency of energy. Immunology. lack of immunity to an antigen. noun lack of energy (immunol) diminution or lack of immunity to an antigen anergy an·er·gy (ān’ər-jē) n. Absence of sensitivity to substances that would normally elicit an antigenic response. an·er’gic (ā-nûr’jĭk, ān’ər-) adj.