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- n. The inability to remember names.
- n. The difficulty in finding the right word.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A genus of bivalve shells, allied to the oyster, so called from their unequal valves, of which the lower is perforated for attachment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as Terebratula.
- n. A genus of bivalve mollusks, typical of the family Anomiidœ, found attached to oysters and other shells.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. inability to name objects or to recognize written or spoken names of objects
- n. type genus of the family Anomiidae: saddle oysters
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They further postulate that a Greek word, '' anomia '',
He hamartia estin he anomia is a most exact definition of it.
Hebrew understanding of the state of anomia are represented in the Old Testament with very little effort to harmonize and unify them.
* Pas ho poiōn tēn hamartian kai tēn anomian poiei; kai hē hamartia estin hē anomia:  1
The term is translated in the Septuagint, anomia adikia, and occasionally ponos kopos.
But it bears no resemblance whatever to that lawlessness (anomia) with which Dr. Temple seems to be enamoured.
The violation of meristic law is [Greek: anomia] (iniquity).
• As Noah and as Lot, we will see the deliverance of God. iniquity•Strongs 458: anomia, an-om-ee´-ah; from
 Head injuries that harm the parietal lobe can also impair the ability to focus on one object at a time, write words (agraphia), and name objects (anomia).
Head injuries that harm the parietal lobe can also impair the ability to focus on one object at a time, write words ( '' agraphia ''), and name objects ( '' anomia '').
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