being without clothing or covering; nude:
naked children swimming in the lake.
without adequate clothing:
a naked little beggar.
bare of any covering, overlying matter, vegetation, foliage, or the like:
bare, stripped, or destitute (usually followed by of):
The trees were suddenly naked of leaves.
without the customary covering, container, or protection:
a naked sword; a naked flame.
without carpets, hangings, or furnishings, as rooms or walls.
(of the eye, sight, etc.) unassisted by a microscope, telescope, or other instrument:
visible to the naked eye.
defenseless; unprotected; exposed:
naked to invaders.
plain; simple; unadorned:
the naked realities of the matter.
not accompanied or supplemented by anything else:
a naked outline of the facts.
exposed to view or plainly revealed:
the naked threat in the letter; a naked vein of coal.
the naked truth.
Law. unsupported, as by authority or consideration:
a naked promise.
(of seeds) not enclosed in an ovary.
(of flowers) without a calyx or perianth.
(of stalks, branches, etc.) without leaves.
(of stalks, leaves, etc.) without hairs or pubescence.
Zoology. having no covering of hair, feathers, shell, etc.
having the body completely unclothed; undressed Compare bare1
having no covering; bare; exposed: a naked flame
with no qualification or concealment; stark; plain: the naked facts
unaided by any optical instrument, such as a telescope or microscope (esp in the phrase the naked eye)
with no defence, protection, or shield
(usually foll by of) stripped or destitute: naked of weapons
(of the seeds of gymnosperms) not enclosed in a pericarp
(of flowers) lacking a perianth
(of stems) lacking leaves and other appendages
(of animals) lacking hair, feathers, scales, etc
unsupported by authority or financial or other consideration: a naked contract
lacking some essential condition to render valid; incomplete
Zoology Lacking outer covering such as scales, fur, feathers, or a shell.
Lacking a pericarp, as the seeds of the pine.
Lacking a perianth, as the flowers of spurge.
Unprotected by scales, as a bud.
Having no leaves, as a branch or stem.
Having no covering of fine, hairlike structures, as a stalk or leaf; glabrous.
This word denotes (1) absolute nakedness (Gen. 2:25; Job 1:21; Eccl. 5:15; Micah 1:8; Amos 2:16); (2) being poorly clad (Isa. 58:7; James 2:15). It denotes also (3) the state of one who has laid aside his loose outer garment (Lat. nudus), and appears clothed only in a long tunic or under robe worn next the skin (1 Sam. 19:24; Isa. 47:3; comp. Mark 14:52; John 21:7). It is used figuratively, meaning “being discovered” or “made manifest” (Job 26:6; Heb. 4:13). In Ex. 32:25 the expression “the people were naked” (A.V.) is more correctly rendered in the Revised Version “the people were broken loose”, i.e., had fallen into a state of lawlessness and insubordination. In 2 Chr. 28:19 the words “he made Judah naked” (A.V.), but Revised Version “he had dealt wantonly in Judah,” mean “he had permitted Judah to break loose from all the restraints of religion.”
adjective 1. pertaining to, containing, or consisting of semen. 2. Botany. of or relating to seed. 3. having possibilities of future development. 4. highly original and influencing the development of future events: a seminal artist; seminal ideas. adjective 1. potentially capable of development 2. highly original, influential, and important 3. rudimentary or unformed 4. of […]
- Seminal colliculus
seminal colliculus n. An elevated portion of the urethral crest upon which the two ejaculatory ducts and the prostatic utricle open.
- Seminal duct
seminal duct n. Any of the ducts conveying semen outward from the epididymis to the urethra, the vas deferens, the duct of the seminal vesicles, or the ejaculatory duct. Also called gonaduct.
noun 1. the fluid component of semen, excluding the sperm. seminal fluid n. Semen, especially the fluid part of semen without the spermatozoa.