free from limitations of time.
1870, from a- “not” + temporal. Related: Atemporally.
. a solar deity declared by Amenhotep IV to be the only god, represented as a solar disk with rays ending in human hands. Historical Examples He paced up and down, then halted and began to spout at Aten and the Keeper of Foodstuffs. The Fifth-Dimension Tube William Fitzgerald Jenkins “I—I ha’ not ‘Aten much […]
- Aten asteroid
one of a small group of asteroids whose orbits cross that of the earth and whose semimajor axes are smaller than that of the earth.
a synthetic beta blocker, C 14 H 22 N 2 O 3 , used in the management of hypertension, angina pectoris, and cardiac arrhythmias and, topically, in the treatment of glaucoma. Contemporary Examples The first was atenolol, a drug most commonly prescribed to treat high blood pressure. Presidents Can Have Migraines Dana Goldstein July 19, […]
noun a fear of ruin, ruins Word Origin Greek Ate ‘goddess of rash destructive deeds’