the movement of a body caused by thought or willpower without the application of a physical force
the ability to cause such movement
[tel el uh-mahr-nuh] /ˈtɛl ɛl əˈmɑr nə/ noun 1. Tell el Amarna. Tell el Amarna or Tell-el-Amarna, Tel el Amarna, Tel Amarna [tel el uh-mahr-nuh] /ˈtɛl ɛl əˈmɑr nə/ noun 1. a village in central Egypt, on the Nile: site of the ancient Egyptian city of Akhetaton; extensive excavations. Tell el Amarna /ˈtɛl ɛl əˈmɑːnə/ […]
noun education via a computer and telephone connection; also called distance learning ; also written tele-education
oppression. (1.) A porter of the temple in the time of Ezra (10:24). (2.) A town in the southern border of Judah (Josh. 15:24); probably the same as Telaim.
noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the son of Odysseus and Penelope who helped Odysseus to kill the suitors of Penelope. noun 1. (Greek myth) the son of Odysseus and Penelope, who helped his father slay his mother’s suitors