zosteriform zos·ter·i·form (zŏ-stěr’ə-fôrm’) or zos·ter·oid (zŏs’tə-roid’)
Resembling herpes zoster.
zot zone of transport
(sometimes lowercase) one of a former body of infantry in the French army, composed originally of Algerians, distinguished for their dash, hardiness, and picturesque Oriental uniform. a member of any body of soldiers adopting a similar dress and drill, especially a soldier serving in any of certain volunteer regiments in the American Civil War. Historical […]
noun the French name for Zug Historical Examples This taking refuge (to “zoug,” as it is called) is common in Morocco. Mogreb-el-Acksa R. B. Cunninghame Graham
a style of dance music that originated in Guadeloupe and Martinique, featuring Caribbean rhythms over a disco beat and played with electric guitars and synthesizers. noun a style of dance music that combines African and Latin American rhythms and uses electronic instruments and modern studio technology n. Creole French, “party,” from zouker “engage in unrestrained […]