Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In anatomy, a fiber, in general: used in a few Latin anatomical phrases: as, fibræ arciformes, the arciform fibers (which see, under arciform); fibra primitiva, the primitive fiber or axis-cylinder of a nerve.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • El color claro de malla de fibra de vidrio aumenta en este sentido, la profundidad de la generación de la coloración y la vitalidad.

    The Glass House in Africa

  • Cada pieza es individualmente marcada e identificada, producido por un equipo de escultores de fibra de vidrio.

    Wall Mounted Desk Office

  • Não tenho fibra para discutir esses conceito “chatos”.

    Global Voices in English » Mozambique: House of the Flying Azagaias

  • Como la mayoría de los que sufren de la gota tienen sobre peso, las cerezas enteras con su fibra son más eficaces que el jugo de cereza.

    En Espanol: Gout, Gota

  • Houve uma altura em que as personagens dos comics eram consideradas um perigo para a fibra moral da juventude.

    Leituras

  • Fiber-optical analog of the event horizon E enfim, o mundo não acabou, apesar de cientistas terem, alegadamente, gerado um buraco negro em circuitos de fibra óptica.

    Leituras

  • He uses fibra, loose wads of fiber, also available at the hardware store, to apply it by hand.

    sealing saltillo tiles

  • Thank you! mattel fibra ottica chai favor aquage aprins hauoli overfill protection device compare prices shipping goods overseas bradley smoker temperature gum disease heart disease cookie delivery holiday sugar send flowers cookies to the uk same day delivery manufactures cooks essentials pc400 pressure cooker silver prescut silverplate camp cast iron cookware owl artist camp grill salt and pepper pot legoexplore - 2006-08-18 21: 40: 36

    Sunday, Update on pics

  • B N H, Banco Nacional da habitacao: Utilizacao de fibras vegetais no fibro-ciment e no fibro-ciment e no concreto-fibra.

    3. Technical rationale

  • The ends of the liver hight fibra, for they are straight and passing as tongs, and beclip the stomach, and give heat to digestion of meat: and they hight fibra, because the necromancers brought them to the altars of their god Phoebus and offered them there, and then they had answers.

    Mediaeval Lore from Bartholomew Anglicus

Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.