an assumed or false name.
an person or publication.
a less common word for pseudonym
an anonymous person or publication
1812, “nameless person,” from French anonyme, from Latin anonymus, from Greek anonymos “without a name” (see anonymous). Meaning “fictitious name” is recorded from 1866.
any mosquito of the genus Anopheles, certain species of which are vectors of the parasite causing malaria in humans, distinguished from other mosquitoes by the absence of breathing tubes in the larvae and by the head-downward stance of the adult while resting or feeding. Contemporary Examples In contrast to the veteran anopheles, the Aedes mosquito […]
anophthalmia anophthalmia an·oph·thal·mi·a (ān’ŏf-thāl’mē-ə, -ŏp-) n. Complete absence of tissues of the eyes.
absence of sight, especially when due to a structural defect in or absence of an eye.
a manuscript, parchment, or book having writing on only one side of the leaves.