[el-uh] /ˈɛl ə/
a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “all.”.
a suffix used as a formative in taxonomic names, especially genus names of bacteria:
chorella; pasteurella; salmonella.
fem. proper name, when not a diminutive of Eleanor it is from Old High German Alia, from al “all.”
diminutive word-forming element, from Latin -ella, fem. of -ellus.
A hardware design language from DRA Malvern. Implemented in ALGOL68-RS.
E-mail: . SPARC version (ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/packages/ELLA).
[“ELLA 2000: A Language for Electronic System Design”, J.D. Morison and A.S. Clarke, McGraw-Hill 1993].
[uh-laj-ik] /əˈlædʒ ɪk/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a yellow crystalline substance, C 14 H 6 O 8 , isolated from oak galls and tannins and used as a hemostatic. ellagic acid el·lag·ic acid (ĭ-lāj’ĭk) n. A yellow crystalline compound that is obtained from tannins and used as a hemostatic.
[e-lahs] /ɛˈlɑs/ noun 1. Modern Greek name of . [el-uh] /ˈɛl ə/ noun 1. a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “all.”. /ɛˈlas/ noun 1. transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Greece fem. proper name, when not a diminutive of Eleanor it is from Old High German Alia, from al “all.”
the oak or heap of Assyria, a territory in Asia of which Arioch was king (Gen. 14:1, 9). It is supposed that the old Chaldean town of Larsa was the metropolis of this kingdom, situated nearly half-way between Ur (now Mugheir) and Erech, on the left bank of the Euphrates. This town is represented by […]
1. a noun suffix occurring in loanwords from French, where it originally formed diminutives, now often with a derivative sense in which the diminutive force is lost (bagatelle; prunelle; rondelle); also in Anglicized forms of Latin words ending in -ella (organelle).