any meson composed of a charmed quark and a charmed antiquark.
noun (pl) -nia
(physics) an elementary particle that contains an antiquark and a charm quark
a repository for dead bodies. of, like, or fit for a charnel; deathlike; sepulchral. noun short for charnel house adjective ghastly; sepulchral; deathly adj. late 14c., from Old French charnel (12c.) “fleshly,” from Late Latin carnale “graveyard,” properly neuter of adjective carnalis (see carnal). As an adjective from 1813. The Late Latin word was glossed […]
a house or place in which the bodies or bones of the dead are deposited. noun (esp formerly) a building or vault where corpses or bones are deposited
noun Sir John. 1911–82, British surgeon noted for his invention of an artificial hip joint and his development of hip-replacement surgery Charnley Charn·ley (chärn’lē), Sir John. 1911-1982. British orthopedic surgeon who pioneered total hip replacement surgery. He also developed the technique of arthrodesis for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis in the knee and hip.
one of a breed of large white or cream-colored beef cattle, originally of France, often used in crossbreeding. noun a breed of large white beef cattle that originated in France