district of London, so called because it was laid out by four brothers of a family named Adam, from Greek adelphos “brother,” literally “from the same womb,” from copulative prefix a- “together with” + delphys “womb,” perhaps related to dolphin. The district was the site of a popular theater c.1882-1900, which gave its name to a style of performance.
Adelphous (stamens), joined in a fraternity (adelphia); see monadelphous, &c.
The Elements of Botany Asa Gray
a combining form meaning “having stamens growing together in bundles,” of the number specified by the initial element: monadelphous.
the failure of a legacy because the subject matter no longer belongs to the testator’s estate at death. Historical Examples In case of ademption of a particular article, the bequest is satisfied. Cyclopedia of Commerce, Accountancy, Business Administration, v. 3 Various noun (property law) the failure of a specific legacy, as by a testator disposing […]
a seaport in and the economic capital of the Republic of Yemen, in the S part: formerly the center of a British colony. Colony of. Also called State of Aden. a former British colony on the Gulf of Aden and a member of the former Federation of South Arabia. 75 sq. mi. (194 sq. km). […]
adenalgia adenalgia ad·e·nal·gia (ād’n-āl’jə) n. Pain in a gland. Also called adenodynia.
Konrad [kon-rad;; German kohn-raht] /ˈkɒn ræd;; German ˈkoʊn rɑt/ (Show IPA), 1876–1967, chancellor of the West German Federal Republic 1949–63. Contemporary Examples Adenauer was very conscious of the dangers of driving the old Nazi elites into a kind of revanchist underground. Out of the Ruins of the Second World War Lucas Wittmann October 26, 2013 […]