in astronomy, the study of the oscillations of the stars, cf. helioseismology
Asteroseismology is a promising new technique for measuring the fundamental parameters in stars.
lack or loss of strength; weakness. Historical Examples In that disease the vast majority of cases die by asthenia, or else by sudden failure of the heart. Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why Martha M. Allen Attacks of syncope appear, and in fatal cases—which are not common—death results from asthenia. A System […]
of, relating to, or characterized by ; weak. (of a physical type) having a slight build or slender body structure. Compare (def 5), (def 1). a person of the asthenic type. Historical Examples By the asthenic and emaciated general condition and the peculiar puffy, spongy state of the gums. Essentials of Diseases of the Skin […]
noun a fear of weakness Word Origin Greek a- ‘without’ + thenos ‘strength’
a fatigue or tiring of the eyes, usually characterized by discomfort, dimness of vision, and headache, caused by overuse of the visual organs, dysfunction of the ocular muscles, and incorrect refraction. Historical Examples Despite all reasons then for the supposition the asthenopia was certainly not of a muscular nature. Schweigger on Squint C. Schweigger The […]