[ah-goos-teen de] /ˌɑ gusˈtin dɛ/ (Show IPA), 1783–1824, Mexican soldier and revolutionary: as Agustín I, emperor of Mexico 1822–23.
Agustín de (aɣusˈtin de). 1783–1824, Mexican nationalist and emperor (1822–23). He was forced to abdicate and later executed
noun a fear of being in the street Word Origin Greek agyia ‘street’
(used as an exclamation of pain, surprise, pity, complaint, dislike, joy, etc., according to the manner of utterance.) . in the year of the Hijra; since the Hijra (a.d. 622). occurring in a specific year of the Jewish calendar. Contemporary Examples ah: Making Same Love—a song about same-sex marriage—was obviously a big risk. There’s Something […]
agyria agyria a·gy·ri·a (ə-jī’rē-ə) n. Congenital malformation or absence of the convolutions of the cerebral cortex. Also called lissencephalia.
- Ah, wilderness!
a comedy (1933) by Eugene O’Neill.