Hartmannella Hart·man·nel·la (härt’mə-něl’ə)
A free-living ameba commonly found in soil, sewage, and water and known to invade invertebrates such as snails, and oysters; it is considered to be a causative agent of primary amebic meningoencephalitis.
/ˈhɑːtnəl/ noun 1. Sir Norman. 1901–79, English couturier
- Hartnup disease
Hartnup disease Hart·nup disease (härt’nəp) n. A congenital metabolic disorder characterized by aminoaciduria, a pellagralike, light-sensitive skin rash, and a temporary cerebellar ataxia. Also called Hartnup syndrome, H disease.
[hahrts-hawrn] /ˈhɑrtsˌhɔrn/ noun 1. the antler of a hart, formerly used as a source of ammonia. 2. ammonium carbonate. /ˈhɑːtsˌhɔːn/ noun 1. an obsolete name for sal volatile (sense 2) n. “ammonium carbonate,” Old English heortes hornes, from hart + horn (n.). So called because a main early source of ammonia was the antlers of […]
elevated, (1 Chr. 4:8), a descendant of Judah.