the aggregate of equipment, methods, and techniques available to one for carrying out one’s duties:
The stethoscope is still an essential part of the physician’s armamentarium.
a fruitful source of devices or materials available or used for an undertaking:
The new arts center is an armamentarium for creative activity.
noun (pl) -iums, -ia (-ɪə)
the items that comprise the material and equipment used by a physician in his professional practice
1874, Latin, literally “little arsenal,” from armamentum (see armament). Englished as armamentary (1731).
armamentarium ar·ma·men·tar·i·um (är’mə-měn-târ’ē-əm)
n. pl. ar·ma·men·tar·i·ums or ar·ma·men·tar·i·a (-ē-ə)
The complete equipment of a physician or medical institution, including drugs, books, supplies, and instruments.
an ancient country in W Asia: now divided between Armenia, Turkey, and Iran. Also called, Armenian Republic. a republic in Transcaucasia, S of Georgia and W of Azerbaijan. About 11,500 sq. mi. (29,800 sq. km). Capital: Yerevan. a city in W central Colombia. Contemporary Examples An additional three were arrested in Armenia and four in […]
of or relating to , its inhabitants, or their language. a native of . the language of the Armenians, an Indo-European language written in a distinctive script dating from the 5th century. Abbreviation: Arm. Contemporary Examples Last September, Putin paid a visit to Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, three months before the Vilnius Summit. Putin’s Power […]
- Armenian church
a Monophysite church organized in 1899 in the U.S. Historical Examples The Armenian Church is thus the oldest national Christian church in the world. The Golden Maiden A. G. Seklemian noun the national Church of Armenia, founded in the early fourth century ad, the dogmas and liturgy of which are similar to those of the […]
- Armenian cracker bread
noun See lavosh