a variant spelling of Aboukir Bay
(Abul Qasim Mansu or Hasan) 932–1020, Persian poet. Historical Examples Persia’s great epic poets, notably Firdausi in Shahnamah, have preserved many of the early traditions of this land. Oriental Women Edward Bagby Pollard In Firdausi in Exile there is a strong and manly note audible. Essays Arthur Christopher Benson Firdausi in Exile is a story […]
a symptom of mental disorder involving impairment or loss of volition. Historical Examples abulia is not just a comfortable laziness, but is attended by a sense of humiliation and inferiority. Psychology Robert S. Woodworth To shun competition and responsibility is characteristic of abulia. Psychology Robert S. Woodworth So they show a condition of perfect ‘abulia,’ […]
a symptom of mental disorder involving impairment or loss of volition. noun (psychiatry) a pathological inability to take decisions abulia a·bu·li·a or a·bou·li·a (ə-bōō’lē-ə, ə-byōō’-) n. Loss or impairment of the ability to make decisions or act independently. a·bu’lic (-lĭk) adj.
the title of the chief bishop of the Ethiopian Church. Historical Examples The Abuna quitted the court, plunged in the deepest distress, and a bloody war ensued, which shook the empire to its foundation. The Highlands of Ethiopia William Cornwallis Harris The head of the church is called the Abuna (‘our father’), and is consecrated […]