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Definition of the noun acus

What does acus mean as a name of something?

Acus is a genus of Terebridae.

Acus is a genus of Lepisosteidae, described by Catesby in 1771.

Acus is a genus of Terebridae, described by Gray in 1847.

Acus is a genus of Syngnathidae, described by Swainson in 1839.

Acus is a genus of Achilidae.

Acus is a genus of Syngnathidae, described by Swainson in 1839.

Acus is a genus of Belonidae, described by Müller in 1774.

Acus is a genus of Sphyraenidae, described by Plumier in Lacepède in 1803.

Acus is a genus of Syngnathidae, described by Valmont de Bomare in 1791.

Phrases with Acus

Phrases starting with the word Acus:

  1. Acus Fatua
  2. Acus Rushii
  3. Acus Acutula
  4. Acus Albidus
  5. Acus Bicolor
  6. Acus Eburnea
  7. Acus Felinus

Phrases ending with the word Acus:

  1. Raja Acus
  2. Aotea acus
  3. Fusus Acus
  4. Genus Acus
  5. Belone Acus
  6. Cliona Acus
  7. Gadila Acus
  8. Lecane acus
  9. Opalia acus
  10. Acestra acus
  11. Ascaris Acus
  12. Astasia acus
  13. Cadulus acus

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acus

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Google previewDictionarium Botanicum (1728)

Or, a Botanical Dictionary for the Use of the Curious in Husbandry and Gardening ... by Richard Bradley

Acus is the Chaff of any Corn. Acyiaca, is taken from the Greek dnu\oy, Acylum, the Name given to tie Acorn of the Holm-Oak, or ilex Aculeata. So Acylaca is the calPd the Holm-Oak, whose Leaves are strong and prickly, remaining always ...

Google previewThe Port Folio (1809)

by Joseph Dennie, Asbury Dickins

Ast acus is a composition the most* ingular in nature. The versatility of a mind full of original ideas and caprice, the ...

Google previewThe microscopy of drinking-water (1908)

by George Chandler Whipple

acus is an elongated form with tapering ends. It is longer than E. viridis, but 2 34 THE MICROSCOPY OF ...

Google previewHearing Before the Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law of the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives

there is an obvious need for empirical study of the administrative process, and ACUS is the institution best situated to generate and sponsor high quality research. The need for empirical research, particularly in the area of administrative law, ...

Google previewThe U.S. Justice System: An Encyclopedia [3 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia by Steven Harmon Wilson Ph.D.

The project was aimed as well at revitalizing the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS), an independent...

The ACUS was created by statute in 1964 at the recommendation of two temporary conferences convened during the ...

Google previewDictionary & Grammar of the Easter Island Language

Caso acusativo del pronombre personal de primera persona singular, a mi. Formado por la prep. de acus. ki, el art. a, y el pron. pers. áu. ki-a-áu. kiaia Caso acusativo del pron. pers. de tercera persona del ...

Google previewDictionary of Invertebrate Zoology --Paperback (2010)

by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott

acus, needle] Sharpened; needleshaped; sharp pointed. aculea n.; pl. -eae [L. dim. acus, ...

Google previewDictionary of Medical Vocabulary in English, 1375–1550 (2016)

Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri

acus. Forms: ac(c)us.

acus capitis/ossea...

Google previewGazophylacium latinitatis sive lexicon novum Latino-Germanicum (1668)

acus,f.4.ein Jabel. Acus ...

Google previewA New Pronouncing Dictionary of Medicine (1892)

Being a Voluminous and Exhaustive Hand-book of Medical and Scientific Terminology, with Phonetic Pronunciation, Accentuation, Etymology, Etc by John Marie Keating, Henry Hamilton, John Chalmers Da Costa, Frederick A. Packard

ACUS— ADDISON'S DISEASE. ADDITAMENTUM— ADENOID. 43 physiological, while those presented in a diseased condition are termed pathological or morbid. Reaction, according to a principle of dynamics, always equals action.

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Antiquities, and Elements of Archaeology, Classical and Mediaeval (1825)

In Two Volumes by Thomas Dudley Fosbroke

Acus Discriminalis, Crinalis, &c. indifferently Specula. The Acus discriminalis, made of metal or ivory, was used to divide the hair into two parts on the front of the head. The Acus crinalis, or comatoria, confined it, when woven or matted.

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Scrabble value of A1C3U1S1

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

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