[el-ee-at-ik] /ˌɛl iˈæt ɪk/
of or relating to Elea.
noting or pertaining to a school of philosophy, founded by Parmenides, that investigated the phenomenal world, especially with reference to the phenomena of change.
a philosopher of the Eleatic school.
denoting or relating to a school of philosophy founded in Elea in Greece in the 6th century bc by Xenophanes, Parmenides, and Zeno. It held that one pure immutable Being is the only object of knowledge and that information obtained by the senses is illusory
a follower of this school
[el-ee-ey-zer] /ˌɛl iˈeɪ zər/ noun 1. a son of Aaron and his successor in the priesthood. Num. 20:28. God has helped. (1.) The third son of Aaron (Ex. 6:23). His wife, a daughter of Putiel, bore him Phinehas (Ex. 6:25). After the death of Nadab and Abihu (Lev. 10:12; Num. 3:4) he was appointed to […]
1. . 2. . 3. . 4. . electronics 1. electric 2. electricity electronic
[el-i-kam-peyn] /ˌɛl ɪ kæmˈpeɪn/ noun 1. a composite weed, Inula helenium, naturalized in North America, having large yellow flowers and aromatic leaves and root. /ˌɛlɪkæmˈpeɪn/ noun 1. a perennial flowering plant, Inula helenium, of Europe, Asia, and North America having large hairy leaves and narrow yellow petals: family Asteraceae (composites)
[ih-lekt] /ɪˈlɛkt/ verb (used with object) 1. to choose or select by vote, as for an office: to elect a mayor. Antonyms: reject. 2. to determine in favor of (a method, course of action, etc.). Antonyms: reject. 3. to pick out; choose: First-year students may elect French, Spanish, or German. 4. Theology. (of God) to […]