[er-uh-sis-truh-tuh s] /ˌɛr əˈsɪs trə təs/
c300–250 b.c, Greek physician and physiologist.
Erasistratus Er·a·sis·tra·tus (ěr’ə-sĭs’trə-təs), fl. c. 250 b.c.
Greek physician and anatomist. Through observation and dissection he advanced the understanding of the brain, heart, and motor and sensory nerves.
[ih-raz-mee-uh n] /ɪˈræz mi ən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or like . noun 2. a follower of .
[ih-raz-muh s] /ɪˈræz məs/ noun 1. Desiderius [des-i-deer-ee-uh s] /ˌdɛs ɪˈdɪər i əs/ (Show IPA), 1466?–1536, Dutch humanist, scholar, theologian, and writer. 2. a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “beloved.”. /ɪˈræzməs/ noun 1. Desiderius (ˌdɛzɪˈdɪərɪəs), real name Gerhard Gerhards. ?1466–1536, Dutch humanist, the leading scholar of the Renaissance in northern Europe. He […]
[ih-rey-sher] /ɪˈreɪ ʃər/ noun 1. an act or instance of . 2. a place where something has been ; a spot or mark left after : You can’t sign a contract with so many erasures in it. /ɪˈreɪʒə/ noun 1. the act or an instance of erasing 2. the place or mark, as on a […]
[er-uh-toh] /ˈɛr əˌtoʊ/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the Muse of love poetry. /ˈɛrəˌtəʊ/ noun 1. (Greek myth) the Muse of love poetry muse who presided over lyric poetry, from Greek erastos “loved, beloved; lovely, charming,” verbal adjective of eran “to love, to be in love with” (see Eros).