You searched for: “containing
contain (verb), contains; contained; containing
This entry is located in the following unit: ten-, tent-, tin-, -tain, -tainment, -tenance, -tinence (page 1)
More possibly related word entries
Units related to: “containing
(Greek: containing, or derived from keratin, a highly insoluble scleroprotein that is the main constituent of horny tissues, the nails, and the organic matrix of tooth enamel; derived from Greek kera[s], kerat[os], "horn")
(Greek > Latin: volatile petroleum derivative; containing, or derived from the coal-tar derivative naphthol)
(Latin: poppy; used in extended senses to mean "pertaining to, containing, or derived from opium")
(Greek > Latin: a suffix; a place for; abounding in or connected with something; a place containing or related to that which is specified by the root)
(Greek: choledochos, from chole, "bile" + dechomai, "to receive"; the common bile duct or tube; conveying bile; containing bile, which is a yellow-green fluid that is made by the liver, stored in the gallbladder, and passes through the common bile duct into the first section of the small intestine or duodenum where it helps to digest fat)
(Latin: yeast; substance containing enzymes that break down carbohydrates; from the Latin root of fervere, "to boil, to seethe")
(Latin: iron; pertaining to, or containing iron)
(Latin: from -icalis, a suffix that forms adjectives from nouns; of or having to do with; having the nature of; constituting or being; containing or made up of; made by or caused by; like, characteristic of; art or system of thought; chemical terms)
(Greek: water, yellowish fluid; connected with, or containing, lymph, a transparent fluid that is derived from body tissue and conveyed to the bloodstream by the lymphatic vessels)
(Greek: lipoid substance (containing or resembling fat) sheathing certain nerve fibers; lipoid substance found in body tissue)
Word Entries containing the term: “containing
Latin quotations containing fugit elements.

Eheu fugaces labuntur anni. "Alas, the fleeting years glide by." As seen in Horace's Odes.


Fugit hora. "The hour flies." or "Time flies." As seen in Ovid.


Fugit irreparabile tempus. "We cannot stop time in its tracks." or "Irrecoverable time flies away." Tempus fugit is a shortened version of this proverb (or motto), as seen in Vergil.


Fugite fures omnes. "Fly (Flee) all you thieves."

This entry is located in the following unit: fug-, -fuge, -fugit (page 1)