(1.) One of the sons of Ham (Gen. 10:6). (2.) A land or people from among whom came a portion of the mercenary troops of Egypt, Jer. 46:9 (A.V., “Libyans,” but correctly, R.V., “Put”); Ezek. 27:10; 30:5 (A.V., “Libya;” R.V., “Put”); 38:5; Nahum 3:9.
Latin pro hac vice (for this purpose)
interjection an expression of appreciation for an attractive person Usage Note slang
1. a combining form meaning “seaweed,” “algae,” used in the formation of compound words: phycochrome. combining form 1. seaweed: phycology word-forming element in science meaning “seaweed, algae,” from Latinized comb. form of Greek phykos “seaweed, sea wrack.” phyco- pref. Seaweed; algae: phycomycete.
/ˌfaɪkəʊˈbaɪlɪn/ noun 1. (biology) any of a class of red or blue-green pigments found in the red algae and cyanobacteria phycobilin (fī’kō-bī’lĭn) Any of a class of water-soluble, mostly red, orange, and blue pigments found in cyanobacteria and red algae. Phycobilins absorb the blue and blue-green frequencies of light which penetrate deep water, and allow […]