amn esia, 1
various nursery words.
mother. amor, to love.
around. by, abaft, abut.
old woman, ancestor (nursery word)
to pour, draw water.
a mother, especially in a convent; spiritual mother
a tie, knot; a girdle or truss used in ruptures
ama, hama (Greek)
water bucket, pail.
(and liturgically, in which wine for the eucharist was mixed)
a general term for books recording miscellaneous sayings, anecdotes, and gossip about a particular person or subject; the sayings and anecdotes themselves
(anecdote — things unpublished)
a word used in medical prescriptions in a distributive sense, as in Greek, to indicate an equal quantity of each: often written ãã, earlier and more correctly ãa, where the mark above the first a, according to general medieval practice, represented the omission of n.
ex ambulations through The Century Dictionary and Encyclopaedia (1906), entry for amnesia in Vol. 1 (of 10); The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo-European Roots (Revised and Edited by Calvert Watkins, Third Edition, 2011), and sundry other sources, with scant lexicographic or any other exactitude. This has been steeping too long.
all tagged amnesia
5 October 2016
tags: amnesia; am; an; anamnesis; anapaest; anecdotes; breathing; things unpublished