American Society of Investigative Pathology
There were at least two classes of priests who dealt in the occult—the bar, or seers, and the asip, or wizards.
Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria Lewis Spence
a district in SW Saudi Arabia. Historical Examples Asir might suit the naturalist or explorer who could adapt himself to his environment and respect local prejudice. Pan-Islam George Wyman Bury What we call a heathen is one who worships the old gods–the Asir. King Alfred’s Viking Charles W. Whistler There are those among you who […]
a suffix occurring in scientific, especially medical, words from Greek: psoriasis. Historical Examples Trich′ia, a folding inward of the eyelashes; Trichī′asis, a kidney disease: a morbid swelling of the breasts: trichia. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z and supplements) Various suffix a variant of -iasis 1. Application Software Installation Server. 2. Ada […]
asitn American Society of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology
to put a question to; inquire of: I asked him but he didn’t answer. to request information about: to ask the way. to try to get by using words; request: to ask advice; to ask a favor. to solicit from; request of: Could I ask you a favor? Ask her for advice. to demand; expect: […]