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Chorista

Definition of the noun Chorista

What does Chorista mean as a name of something?

Chorista is a genus of Choristidae, described by Klug in 1836.

Phrases with Chorista

Phrases starting with the word Chorista:

  1. Chorista luteola
  2. Chorista Australis

Phrases ending with the word Chorista:

  1. genus Chorista
  2. Aspelta Chorista
  3. Gnophos Chorista
  4. Zygaena Chorista
  5. Balataea Chorista
  6. Dasychira Chorista
  7. Lepanthes Chorista
  8. Bactrocera chorista
  9. Sericochroa Chorista
  10. Zygaena Algira Chorista
  11. Species Aspelta Chorista
  12. Species Gnophos Chorista
  13. Species Zygaena Chorista
  14. Species Balataea Chorista
  15. Species Dasychira Chorista
  16. Species Lepanthes Chorista

Other phrases containing the word Chorista:

  1. species Chorista luteola
  2. species Chorista australis

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Chorista

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Google previewHarley's Pediatric Ophthalmology (2005)

by Robison D. Harley, Leonard B. Nelson, Scott E. Olitsky

A chorista is a nontumorous anomaly composed of tissues which are not normally present at the involved site. The microscopic rests of ectopic lacrimal gland tissue that sometimes occur in the anterior chamber and deep orbit are examples of ...

Google previewRetina (2012)

by Stephen J. Ryan, David R. Hinton, SriniVas R. Sadda, Andrew P. Schachat, Peter Wiedemann, Charles P. Wilkinson

A chorista is a nontumorous anomaly and a choristoma is a tumorous malformation. The classic example of a choristoma is the limbal dermoid, a tumor composed of dermal elements that are not normally present in the bulbar conjunctiva or ...

Google previewDictionary of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1988)

by Christoph Zink

chorista (Gr. choristos separate, sequestrated): syn. germ dispersion, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Entomology (2008)

by John L. Capinera

Artona chorista Jordan is recorded as a major pest of large cardamon plantations in India. Eggs are laid on the underside of leaves in batches of over 300 and hatch after about two weeks. The young larvae skeletonize the leaves, while mature ...

Google previewSaunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary (2011)

by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood

chorista defective development due to, or marked by, ...

Google previewA Basic Church Dictionary (2001)

Morning and Evening Prayer* Chorister (Medieval Latin - chorista) A member of a choir*, especially a choir-boy or girl. Decani (Latin - decem - ten) That part of the choir* which sits in ...

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1985)

by Robert E. Lewis

[From ML chorista, cor-, quer- & AL querestarius ; cp.

Google previewAn English Dictionary, etc (1732)

by Elisha COLES (Lexicographer.)

Chorista. one o jhe Chair. Chord,suhten e,hyp0tenuse. a straight line subtendzng an areh of a circle. - Choriambick, G. a shot of say'st/labia , the two mid lemqfl' short, the other two long. Chorion, the outermofl tum'rle that imurapnhehfrth.

Google previewA Compleat English Dictionary (1788)

Oder Vollständiges Englisch-deutsches Wörterbuch, Anfänglich Von Nathan Bailey Herausgegeben; Jetzt Aber Fast Ganz Umgearbeitet, Vermehret und Verbessert Von Anton Ernst Klausing, ... by Nathan Bailey

Quérister, choriste, chorista, ein Chorsänger. Quérk, finesse, fubtilité, chicane, pointille, techn2, evasio, eine Finte, Spitzfindigkeit, (in Rechtshändeln). - Quérkned, erstickt, s. Stifled. QLérn, moulinet, mola trulatilis, eine Handmühle. - - Quérry ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1889) by Eminent Writers, English and Foreign (1889)

With Illustrations and Woodcuts by Sir George Grove

Fagutto chorista. Trombone. The foregoing synopsis gives but a slight indication of the' value of the ' Prattica di Musica,' which supplies information on every important subject connected with the music of the 16th century : information in many ...

Google previewThe Concise Oxford Dictionary (2011)

The Classic First Edition by H. W. Fowler, F. G. Fowler, David Crystal

chorista. (CHOIR, -IST, 8: cf. BARRISTERH ehoro'graphy (k-). n. Describing, description, of districts (more limited than geography, less than topography). Hence or cogn. chordGRAPHER n., 0h0POGRA'PIIIG(AL) aa., choroa'phiealLY2 ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1848)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

Chorista, ko-ris'ta, s. {chorios, dancing, Gr.) A genus of Neuropterous insects, natives of New Holland. Chorister, kor'ris-tur, s. A singer in a choir. Chorium, ko're -um, ». {chorion, skin, leather, Gr.) The dermis, or outer layer of the skin. Ciiorizema ...

Google previewThe Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English (1919)

by Francis George Fowler

L choriSta (CHOIR, -1ST, & cf. BARRISTER)] ohoPO*{rpaphy (Ы, n. Describing, description, of districts (more limited than geography , lees than topography). Hence or cog n. onoro'- GKAPHKR П., OhoPOORA'PHIC(AL) ПЛ., ChoPO- ...

Google previewChambers Pocket Dictionary (1992)

[MidE queristre, from quer, choir, influenced by Lat chorista, singer in a choir] chortle v (intr) to give a half-suppressed, amused or triumphant laugh. [Word invented by Lewis Carroll in Through the Looking-glass, combining snort and chuckle] ...

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Scrabble value of C3H4O1R1I1S1T1A1

The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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