arthrodynia ar·thro·dyn·i·a (är’thrō-dĭn’ē-ə)
ar’thro·dyn’ic (-dĭn’ĭk) adj.
John Haynes [heynz] /heɪnz/ (Show IPA), 1879–1964, U.S. clergyman. Oliver Wendell [wen-dl] /ˈwɛn dl/ (Show IPA), 1809–94, U.S. poet, novelist, essayist, and physician. his son, Oliver Wendell, 1841–1935, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1902–32. Sherlock, a detective in many mystery stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Contemporary Examples At 25, Holmes […]
Alice, 1820–71, U.S. poet (sister of Phoebe Cary). (Arthur) Joyce (Lunel) [loon-l] /ˈlun l/ (Show IPA), 1888–1957, English novelist. Henry Francis, 1772–1844, British writer and translator. Phoebe, 1824–71, U.S. poet (sister of Alice Cary). a town in central North Carolina. a male given name. a female given name, form of . Contemporary Examples He’s no […]
Sir (Arthur) John, 1904–2000, English actor and director. Historical Examples Gielgud very kindly volunteered to make the attempt to ride for the waggons. The Matabele Campaign R. S. S. Baden-Powell noun Sir John. 1904–2000, English stage, film, and television actor and director
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Sir Arthur John, 1851–1941, English archaeologist. Dame Edith, 1888–1976, English actress. Herbert McLean [muh-kleyn] /məˈkleɪn/ (Show IPA), 1882–1971, U.S. embryologist and anatomist. Janet, born 1971, U.S. swimmer. Mary Ann, . Maurice, 1901–1989, U.S. actor and producer, born in England. Oliver, 1755–1819, U.S. inventor: constructed the first high-pressure steam engine in the U.S. 1801?. Robley Dunglison […]