[koh-nuh nt] /ˈkoʊ nənt/
James Bryant, 1893–1978, U.S. chemist and educator: president of Harvard University 1933–53.
conarium co·nar·i·um (kō-nâr’ē-əm) n. See pineal body.
[koh-ney-shuh n] /koʊˈneɪ ʃən/ noun, Psychology. 1. the part of mental life having to do with striving, including desire and volition. /kəʊˈneɪʃən/ noun 1. the element in psychological processes that tends towards activity or change and appears as desire, volition, and striving n. in philosophical use from 1836, from Latin conationem (nominative conatio) “an endeavoring, […]
[koh-ney-tuh s] /koʊˈneɪ təs/ noun, plural conatus. 1. an effort or striving. 2. a force or tendency simulating a human effort. 3. (in the philosophy of Spinoza) the force in every animate creature toward the preservation of its existence. /kəʊˈneɪtəs/ noun (pl) -tus 1. an effort or striving of natural impulse 2. (esp in the […]
[kon bree-oh, kohn; Italian kawn bree-aw] /kɒn ˈbri oʊ, koʊn; Italian kɔn ˈbri ɔ/ adverb 1. with vigor; vivaciously (used as a musical direction). /kɒn ˈbriːəʊ/ adjective, adverb 1. (music) (to be performed) with liveliness or spirit, as in the phrase allegro con brio