absence, loss, or impairment of the power of voluntary movement.
he called all conditions with marked inactivity and apathy “akinetic psychoses” and said that some recovered, some did not.
benign stupors august hoch
akinesia a·ki·ne·sia (ā’kĭ-nē’zhə, -kī-) or a·ki·ne·sis (-sĭs)
a slowness or loss of normal motor function resulting in impaired muscle movement.
a’ki·ne’sic (-zĭk, -sĭk) or a’ki·net’ic (-nět’ĭk) adj.
- Akinetic mutism
a state of apparent alertness with normal eye movements but no speech or other voluntary motion, usually due to a stroke. akinetic mutism n. a syndrome characterized by the inability to speak, loss of voluntary movement, and apparent loss of emotional feeling. it is related to lesions of the upper brain stem.
noun (pl) akiraho a small new zealand shrub, olearia paniculata, with white flowers
one of the ancient kingdoms of mesopotamia, the northern division of babylonia. also called agade. a city in and the capital of this kingdom, one of the three cities of nimrod’s kingdom. gen. 10:10. . historical examples this was centuries before sargon of akkad followed in his footsteps. history of egypt, chalda, syria, babylonia, and […]
the eastern semitic language, now extinct, of -ssyria and babylonia, written with a cuneiform script. one of the akkadian people. obsolete, . of or belonging to . of or relating to the eastern semitic language called akkadian. obsolete, . historical examples by a long process of research, mr. brown finds his word in ancient ‘akkadian.’ […]
former name of . historical examples schildtberger here parted from his companions, and went with some merchants to akkerman in wallachia. a general history and collection of voyages and travels, vol. i robert kerr noun the former name (until 1946) of belgorod-dnestrovski