the placing of ants among the feathers, done by certain birds apparently to kill parasites.
He wished to send her his “anting anting” (his good luck charm), and some little money he had saved before the war began.
Bamboo Tales Ira L. Reeves
A belief in the invulnerability (anting) of certain persons was a common superstition.
Philippine Progress Prior to 1898 Various
The Chinese were given until noon on October 13 to give up the anting gate.
General Gordon Seton Churchill
The anting gate was the point selected, the Chinese being given until the 12th for a peaceful surrender.
Historic Tales, Vol. 12 (of 15) Charles Morris
Their faith in what they call their anting anting16 is unbreakable.
The Katipunan J. Brecknock Watson (AKA Francis St. Clair)
the placing or rubbing of ants by birds on their feathers. The body fluids of the ants are thought to repel parasites
antinion antinion an·tin·i·on (ān-tĭn’ē-ən) n. The space between the eyebrows.
the region of maximum amplitude between two adjacent in a standing wave. noun (physics) a point at which the amplitude of one of the two kinds of displacement in a standing wave has maximum value. Generally the other kind of displacement has its minimum value at this point See also standing wave Compare node n. […]
a person who maintains that Christians are freed from the moral law by virtue of grace as set forth in the gospel. Contemporary Examples Success in our politics often requires a voracious, antinomian egotism, a sense that rules are for others. Palin Has Really Gone Rogue Michelle Goldberg July 1, 2009 Historical Examples They call […]
a person who maintains that Christians are freed from the moral law by virtue of grace as set forth in the gospel. Historical Examples To attempt to reach the standing by my state is legalism; to refuse to judge my state by the standing is antinomianism. The Assembly of God C. (Charles) H. (Henry) Mackintosh […]