the ten leaders of the Sikh religion from its founder Guru Nanak to Guru Govind Singh, who ended the line of gurus by calling on Sikhs to rely on the holy text of the Granth to guide them
noun, plural teniae [tee-nee-ee] /ˈti niˌi/ (Show IPA) 1. taenia. noun, plural taeniae [tee-nee-ee] /ˈti niˌi/ (Show IPA) 1. Classical Antiquity. a headband or fillet. 2. Architecture. (on a Doric entablature) a fillet or band separating the frieze from the architrave. 3. Anatomy. a ribbonlike structure, as certain bands of white nerve fibers in the […]
- Tenia choroidea
tenia choroidea tenia cho·roi·de·a (kô-roi’dē-ə, kə-) n. The somewhat thickened line along which a choroid membrane is attached to the rim of a ventricle of the brain.
noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. taeniacide. noun, Pharmacology. 1. an agent that destroys tapeworms. noun 1. the US spelling of taeniacide noun 1. a substance, esp a drug, that kills tapeworms teniacide te·ni·a·cide (tē’nē-ə-sīd’) n. Variant of taeniacide. taeniacide tae·ni·a·cide or te·ni·a·cide (tē’nē-ə-sīd’) n. An agent that kills tapeworms.
- Tenia coli
tenia coli tenia co·li (kō’lī) n. Any of the three bands in which the longitudinal muscular fibers of the large intestine, except the rectum, are collected: the mesocolic band, located at the place corresponding to the mesenteric attachment; the free band, located opposite the mesocolic band; and the omental band, located at the place corresponding […]