(Greek: a suffix; pertaining to; of the nature of, like; in chemistry, it denotes a higher valence of the element than is expressed by -ous)

anemographic (adjective), more anemographic, most anemographic
A reference to an instrument that records on paper the directions and forces of the wind during a normal condition or stormy weather.
A reference to the study of measuring and recording the directions and speeds or forces of winds, including their vertical components.
A reference to a genus of plants of the Ranunculus or Crowfoot family; the windflower. Some of the species are cultivated in gardens.
A directed reaction of a motile organism towards (positive) or away from (negative) wind or air currents.
A reference to the orientation response of something to an air current.
Exhibiting anencephaly; having no brain; brainless.
anephric (adjective) (not comparable)
Having no kidneys at birth: With sadness, Dr. Johnson told the parents that their anaphoric baby could not survive because its fetal kidneys failed to develop.
angelic (adjective), more angelic, most angelic
1. Having a sweet nature that is loving and kind: Marie has an angelic smile, which is adorable and beautiful.
2. Descriptive of the traditional depiction of messengers believed to have been sent from heaven: An angelic messenger seemed to appear to Trudy right after she regained consciousness from the anesthesia after her operation.
3. Resembling a saint or a kind person by not disturbing or annoying other people: Mother spoke to Fern's father and asked him to be angelic and to fix a fresh pot of tea.
Similar to or like an angel.
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1. Marked by the presence of dilated blood vessels.
2. A reference to or characterized by angiectasis.
A reference to angioblast.
Having or being fruit enclosed in a shell or husk.
1. Pertaining to angiogenesis; also called angiopoietic and vasculogenic.
2. Arising in the circulatory system.
angiographic (adjective), more angiographic, most angiographic
1. Radiography of vessels after the injection of a radiopaque contrast material; usually requires percutaneous insertion of a radiopaque catheter and positioning under fluoroscopic control.
2. A special kind of sphygmograph or instrument for recording on paper the movements of the pulse.
Relating to, causing, or regulating constriction or dilation of blood vessels.
Denoting a neuropathy affecting the vascular system.