[klis-ter] /ˈklɪs tər/
(med) a former name for an enema
from French clystère (Old French clistre, 13c.) or directly from Latin clyster, from Greek klyster, from klyzein “to wash out” (see cloaca).
clyster clys·ter (klĭs’tər)
also Clytemnestra, wife and murderess of Agamemnon, from Greek Klytaimnestra, from klytos “celebrated, heard of” (see loud) + mnester “wooer, suitor,” literally “willing to mind, mindful of,” related to mnasthai “to remember,” from PIE root *men- “to think” (see mind (n.)).
[klahy-tuh m-nes-truh] /ˌklaɪ təmˈnɛs trə/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the daughter of Tyndareus and Leda, the wife of Agamemnon, and the mother of Orestes, Electra, and Iphigenia. She killed Agamemnon and was herself killed, along with her lover, Aegisthus, by Orestes. /ˌklaɪtɪmˈnɛstrə/ noun 1. (Greek myth) the wife of Agamemnon, whom she killed on his […]
[klish-ee-uh s] /ˈklɪʃ i əs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. (in the Iliad) a brother of Priam killed by Hercules. 2. a companion of Jason. 3. one of the Gigantes.
1. centimeter; centimeters. Symbol, Chemistry. 1. . 1. Christian male. 2. Common Market. 1. (of capital stocks) call of more. Roman Catholic Church. 1. Congregation of the Mission. 1. church missionary. 2. common meter. 3. corresponding member. 4. . symbol 1. centimetre abbreviation 1. Cameroon Chemical symbol 1. curium abbreviation 1. Member of the Order […]