For all your dictionary needs!
Spelling. Are you looking for a la or Zacla?
Header of ACLA


Definition of the noun ACLA

What does ACLA mean as a name of something?

Acla is a genus of Phalangopsidae, described by Hebard in 1928.

Acla is a subgenus of Heterogryllina, described by Hebard in 1928.


Acla was a Spanish colonial town founded by order of the Governor of Castilla de Oro, Pedrarias Dávila, in 1515. It was located on the central coastline of the modern-day Kuna Yala, to the northeast of Panamá. The town's name means bones of men in the indigenous language. The name comes from the large number of bones strewn about the nearby plains, which supposedly came from the conflicts between two indigenous brothers who fought to become chiefs of the region.

Phrases with Acla

  1. Acla Aptera
  2. Species Acla Aptera
  3. Genus Acla
  4. Acronicta Acla
  5. Species Acronicta Acla

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acla

Click on a title to look inside that book (if available):

Google previewHeterogeneous Information Exchange and Organizational Hubs (2013)

by H. Bestougeff, J. E. Dubois, B. Thuraisingham

The structure ACLA is a mixed between the structure of Aco and the structure of ABL. The inheritance from ABL allows the representation of reference attributes. The meta-type MClass refines the component Poo to introduce the behavioural ...

Google previewA Religious Encyclopaedia: Or Dictionary of Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology (1891)

Based on the Real-Encyklopädie of Herzog, Plitt, and Hauck by Philip Schaff, Samuel Macauley Jackson, David Schley Schaff

Besides these two kinds of Ada Martyr-um, the Calenllarium for liturgical, and the Passioncs for devotional purposes, there developed a new branch of ecclesiastical literature, the so~called Acla Sancloruna—more or less reliable works by ...

Google previewDorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary (2011)

by Dorland

Acla•di•um (e-kla0de-um) reclassified. acla•sia (e-kla0zhe) acla•sis (ak0le-sis) [a- 1 + Gr. klasis a breaking] pathologic continuity of structure, as in multiple exostoses. diaphyseal a. multiple exostoses. tarsoepiphyseal a. dysplasia epiphysealis ...

Google previewJablonski's Dictionary of Medical Acronyms & Abbreviations (2008)

by Stanley Jablonski

ACLA American ClinicalLaboratory Association ACLC Assessmentof Children'sLanguage Comprehension ACLD Association for ...

Google previewIrish-English/English-Irish Easy Reference Dictionary (2000)

by The Educational Company of Ireland

fealkach treachery п trêatúireacht, cealg, feall treacle n tn'acla tread u siúil treaSQn п tréatúìreacht, trêas treasonable adj Lréasach treasure n ciste, Stór, taísce treasure chest n amid send / mhaoine treasure hunt п tóraíocht taisce treaSurer n ...

Google previewThe Environment Encyclopedia and Directory 2001 (2001)

by Ed 3rd, Europa; internet; Pres: Andrés Hamilton Joseph; Vice-Pres : Daniel Tomasini; Programme Dir: Margarita Astralaga; f 1989; environmental education and promotion of sustainable agriculture and development. Asociación ...

Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Acla

Click on a label to prioritize search results according to that topic:

Photos about Acla

Click on an item to view that photo:


Videos about Acla

Click on an item to play that video:

Scrabble value of A1C3L1A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of ACLA

What do you get if you rearrange the letters?


What do you get if you reverse the order of the letters?

See also the index of semordnilaps!

Other anagrams

What do you get if you rearrange the letters in other ways?

See also the blanagrams of Acla!

Share this page


Go to the thesaurus of Acla to find many related words and phrases!

Privacy Policy | Cookies Policy
Keyword Tool | Romanian-English Dictionary