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Definition of the noun NAMEA

What does NAMEA mean as a name of something?

Namea is a genus of Nemesiidae, described by Raven in 1984.

Phrases with Namea

Phrases starting with the word Namea:

  1. Namea Bunya
  2. Namea Jimna
  3. Namea Dahmsi
  4. Namea Olympus
  5. Namea Calcaria
  6. Namea Excavans
  7. Namea Nebulosa
  8. Namea Cucurbita
  9. Namea Salanitri
  10. Namea Saundersi
  11. Namea Callemonda
  12. Namea Dicalcaria
  13. Namea Capricornia
  14. Namea Brisbanensis
  15. Namea Flavomaculata

Phrase ending with the word Namea:

  1. genus Namea

Other phrases containing the word Namea:

  1. Species Namea Bunya
  2. Species Namea Jimna
  3. species Namea dahmsi
  4. Species Namea Olympus

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Google previewThe Elements of Social Science, Or, Physical, Sexual, and Natural Religion (1877)

An Exposition of the True Cause and Only Cure of the Three Primary Social Evils ; Poverty, Prostitution, and Celibacy by George R. Drysdale

Namea is a very frequent symptom in affections of the womb, and arises from the intimate sympathy between that organ and the stomach. In incipient pregnancy, nausea generally occurs, and shows the sympathy of the stomach with the ...

Google previewModelling in Ecological Economics (2004)

by John L. R. Proops, Paul Safonov

The NAMEA is a statistical information system, whose representation typically includes a conventional national accounting matrix, extended by three accounts ( sub-matrices) on the environment (represented in physical units): a substances ...

Google previewSustainable Development Indicators in Ecological Economics (2006)

by Philip A. Lawn

NAMEA is a hybrid system combining physical indicators with money values of environmental deterioration. It is an acronym for National Accounting Matrix including Environmental and Economic Accounts. This was developed in Statistics ...

Google previewdictionary of the bible (1872)

by dr. william smiths

The practice of the writers of the poet- Babylonian period in this respect varied : Ezra, Esther, and /echariah specify both the namea and the numerical order; Nehetniah only the former; Daniel and Ilaggai only the latter. The names of the ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh encyclopedia (1832)

by Sir David Brewster

•Cauaciiy Namea of the Subttances. ut' Slllll- nitiou. Oxalic Acid Table Continued. ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Stem Cell Research (2008)

by Clive N. Svendsen, Allison D. Ebert

nIh lIst of human emBryonIc stem cell lInes elIgIBle for use In federal research NAmea NumbeR oF Stem Cell lINeS eligible Available BresaGen, Inc., Athens, GA 4 3 Cell & Gene Therapy Institute (Pochon CHA University), Seoul, Korea 2 ...

Google previewHolman Illustrated Bible Dictionary (2003)

by Chad Brand, Archie England, Charles W. Draper

DULCIMER ApparentlyaGreek word usedto namea musicalinstrument inDan. 3: 10. Many think thebagpipes are meant here (NASB). NRSVtranslates “drum.” DUMAH Placename meaning “silence” or “permanent settlement.” 1. Sonof Ishmael ...

Google previewAdler's Philosophical Dictionary (1996)

125 Key Terms for the Philosopher's Lexicon by Mortimer J. Adler

Similarly the word “ball” is used equivocally by chance when it is usedto name afootballora basketball, andalsoused to namea festivity where an assemblage of persons will be found dancing.

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Human Geography (2009)

A 12-Volume Set

Popularbestiariesof the nonhuman world,bothancient and modern, are inhabited bya relatively small numberof organisms – lions, elephants, whales, and snakes, to namea few of the most common. These animals receive disproportionate ...

Google previewSaunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary (2011)

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

needles, balls, children's toys, bones, fish hooks andsocks,to namea few. g. habronemiasis see habronemiasis. g. hemorrhage caused by gastric ulcer orforeign body. May cause sudden death dueto ...

Google previewA Geographic Dictionary of Rhode Island (1894)

by Henry Gannett

Namea nf itbeeta. Edgewater Park; village in Burlington anil Beverly (nun ships, Burlington County, on Delawaro River, and on Araboy Division Pennsylvania R. R Burlington. Edinburg; village in West Windsor Township, Mercer County, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food Grains (2015)

by Colin W Wrigley, Harold Corke, Koushik Seetharaman, Jonathan Faubion

plus common names Taxonomic grouping Genus Species (accepted namea) English common names Class: Liliopsida Order: Cyperales Family: ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences ... (1905)

Containing Also an Addendum, Giving the Results of Subsequent Study, Research and Discovery to the Present Time, and a Self-pronouncing Dictionary by Albert Gallatin Mackey, Charles Thompson McClenachan

The nameA historical religious division. Free, noble. See Tatnai. An ear of corn. A Persian officer. Stream of water. Babylonia in its fullest extent. Stolkin, mentioned in A. A. S. R. A hallowed place. Not Srub. A dwarf tree. The ancient capital of ...

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Scrabble value of N1A1M3E1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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