a chronicler of events, especially yearly ones; historian.
It is from this date that our notes on the history of the Library can begin to assume an annalistic form.
Annals of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, A.D. 1598-A.D. 1867 William Dunn Macray
Monk as he is, William discards the older ecclesiastical models and the annalistic form.
History of the English People, Volume I (of 8) John Richard Green
For an account differing from this annalistic version, see ZCP i. 465.
The Religion of the Ancient Celts J. A. MacCulloch
“one who keeps a chronicle of events by year,” 1610s, from French analiste; see annals + -ist.
a record of events, especially a yearly record, usually in chronological order. historical records generally: the annals of war. a periodical publication containing the formal reports of an organization or learned field. a record of events of a particular year: an annal of the year 753. a single record or entry in a historical chronicle: […]
a former kingdom and French protectorate along the E coast of French Indochina: now part of Vietnam. Historical Examples The Buddhism of Annam is often described as corrupt and decadent. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3 (of 3) Charles Eliot There are four Pangerans, Annam being the most daring of the whole. The […]
of or relating to , its people, or their language. a native of . former name of the language Vietnamese. Historical Examples Annamese Buddhism is only a colourless copy of Chinese Foism and has no great hold of the people. The Races of Man Joseph Deniker Though fond of ease the Annamese are more industrious […]
of or relating to , its people, or their language. a native of . former name of the language Vietnamese. a native or inhabitant of . Formerly Annamese, Annamite. the language of , of uncertain linguistic affiliation. of or relating to or its inhabitants. Historical Examples I could have kissed the annamite who was stationed […]