Hartnup disease Hart·nup disease (härt’nəp)
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.
[hair-uh m-skair-uh m, har-uh m-skar-uh m] /ˈhɛər əmˈskɛər əm, ˈhær əmˈskær əm/ adjective 1. reckless; rash; irresponsible: He had a harum-scarum youth. 2. disorganized; uncontrolled. adverb 3. recklessly; wildly: He ran harum-scarum all over the place. noun 4. a reckless person. 5. reckless or unpredictable behavior or action. /ˈhɛərəmˈskɛərəm/ adjective, adverb 1. in a reckless […]
- Harun al-Rashid
[hah-roon ahl-rah-sheed; Arabic hah-roon ahr-rah-sheed] /hɑˈrun ɑl rɑˈʃid; Arabic hɑˈrun ˌɑr rɑˈʃid/ noun 1. a.d. 764?–809, caliph of Baghdad 786–809: one of the greatest Abbasids, he was made almost a legendary hero in the Arabian Nights. /hæˈruːn ˈælræˈʃiːd/ noun 1. ?763–809 ad, Abbasid caliph of Islam (786–809), whose court at Baghdad was idealized in the […]