a city in central Brazil.
On September 7, witness’ wife came on from anapolis and he invited thirty or forty friends to supper in honor of her arrival.
Homestead Arthur G. Burgoyne
a small process of a vertebra, especially of a lumbar or thoracic vertebra. anapophysis an·a·poph·y·sis (ān’ə-pŏf’ĭ-sĭs) n. An accessory process of a vertebra, especially in the thoracic or lumbar vertebrae.
of or relating to an .
belonging or pertaining to the Anapsida, a subclass of reptiles, extinct except for the turtles, characterized by having no opening in the temporal region of the skull. a reptile of the subclass Anapsida. anapsid (ə-nāp’sĭd) A reptile having a skull with no temporal openings. The earliest reptiles, the cotylosaurs, were anapsids, as are modern turtles. […]
(of languages) tending to become uninflected, in accordance with a theory that languages evolve from uninflected to inflected and back.