a manuscript, parchment, or book having writing on only one side of the leaves.
anoplasty anoplasty a·no·plas·ty (ā’nə-plās’tē) n. Reconstructive surgery on the anus.
a hooded pullover jacket originally made of fur and worn in the arctic, now made of any weather-resistant fabric. a jacket patterned after this, made of any weather-resistant material and worn widely. Historical Examples Above the timiak, an outer vest (anorak) is worn, now for the most part made of cotton. Eskimo Life Fridtjof Nansen […]
anorchia anorchia an·or·chi·a (ā-nôr’kē-ə) or an·or·chism (ā-nôr’kĭz’əm) n. Congenital absence of the testes.
of, relating to, or associated with the anus and rectum. anorectal a·no·rec·tal (ā’nō-rěk’təl) adj. Relating to the anus and the rectum.
Also, anorectous. having no appetite. causing a loss of appetite. an anorectic substance, as a drug; anorexiant. adj. “characterized by lack of appetite,” 1832, medical Latin, from Greek anorektos “without appetite” (see anorexia). As a noun, attested from 1913. anorectic an·o·rec·tic (ān’ə-rěk’tĭk) or an·o·ret·ic (-rět’ĭk) adj. Marked by loss of appetite. Suppressing or causing loss […]