keen insight; shrewdness:
remarkable ac-men in business matters.
the ability to judge well; keen discernment; insight
1530s, from latin ac-men “a point, sting,” hence “mental sharpness, shrewdness,” from acuere “to sharpen” (see acuity).
noun any of the specific points on the body where a needle is inserted in acupuncture or pressure is applied in acupressure noun short for acupuncture point, a specific point on the surface of the body located on a meridian (line of energy flow) into which an acupuncture needle may be inserted for treatment see […]
- Acupuncture point
noun any of various places on the human body on a line of energy (called a meridian) into which an acupuncture needle can be inserted to exact a benefit; also called acupoint word origin 1932-34
a person, as a physician, chiropractor, or layperson, who practices . n. 1843, from acupuncture + -ist.
acurp american college of utilization review physicians
surgery. a needle, especially one used in a surgical operation. (def 1). historical examples for acus with an aspiration nor without is no word of the countrey. the princ-p-l navigations, voyages, traffiques, and discoveries of the english nation, volume xiv (of 16) richard hakluyt amongst these is the roman fibula, which instead of being made […]