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Meanings of Auricularis:

noun

Any of the three muscles that are attached to the external part of the ear and help to move the scalp or the external part of the ear itself

Meanings of Auriculas:

noun

An alpine primula from which a wide range of flowering cultivars have been developed. it has leaves that supposedly resemble bears' ears.

Usage examples:

Included at the show will be displays of daffodils and tulips, auriculas and primulas, bonsai and a…

Meanings of Auriculate:

adjective

Having one or more structures shaped like an ear or earlobe.

Usage examples:

Under favorable conditions each rosette produces one flowering stem up to 3 meters in height, with …

Meanings of Auriferous:

adjective

(of rocks or minerals) containing gold.

Usage examples:

Not all the quartz veins are auriferous

Meanings of Auriga:

proper noun

A large northern constellation (the charioteer), said to represent a man holding a whip.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the constellation auriga.

Usage examples:

The star theta aurigae

Meanings of Aurignacian:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the early stages of the upper palaeolithic culture in europe and the near east. it is dated in most places to about 34,000–29,000 years ago, and is associated with cro-magnon man.

Usage examples:

Most of the finds depict animals and date from the aurignacian period
noun

The early period of the upper palaeolithic culture in europe and the near east.

Usage examples:

They derived from the time period of the middle to late aurignacian of central europe

Meanings of Auriscope:

noun

Another term for otoscope.

Meanings of Aurochs:

noun

A large wild eurasian ox that was the ancestor of domestic cattle. it was probably exterminated in britain in the bronze age, and the last one was killed in poland in 1627.

Usage examples:

Artwork and human remains indicate that some 40,000 years ago, our ancestors shared this landscape …

Meanings of Aurora:

noun

A natural electrical phenomenon characterized by the appearance of streamers of reddish or greenish light in the sky, especially near the northern or southern magnetic pole. the effect is caused by the interaction of charged particles from the sun with atoms in the upper atmosphere. in northern and southern regions it is respectively called aurora borealis or northern lights and aurora australis or southern lights.

Usage examples:

The hubble space telescope has spotted auroras near the poles of both saturn and jupiter.
proper noun

Goddess of the dawn.

Meanings of Aurorae:

noun

A natural electrical phenomenon characterized by the appearance of streamers of reddish or greenish light in the sky, especially near the northern or southern magnetic pole. the effect is caused by the interaction of charged particles from the sun with atoms in the upper atmosphere. in northern and southern regions it is respectively called aurora borealis or northern lights and aurora australis or southern lights.

Usage examples:

The hubble space telescope has spotted auroras near the poles of both saturn and jupiter.
proper noun

Goddess of the dawn.

Meanings of Auroral:

adjective

Related to the light in the sky of an aurora (= a natural appearance of coloured light in the sky)

Usage examples:

An auroral display, the lights occur most often in areas known as auroral zones near the magnetic p…

Meanings of Auroras:

noun

A natural electrical phenomenon characterized by the appearance of streamers of reddish or greenish light in the sky, especially near the northern or southern magnetic pole. the effect is caused by the interaction of charged particles from the sun with atoms in the upper atmosphere. in northern and southern regions it is respectively called aurora borealis or northern lights and aurora australis or southern lights.

Usage examples:

The hubble space telescope has spotted auroras near the poles of both saturn and jupiter.
proper noun

Goddess of the dawn.

Meanings of Aus:

abbreviation

Australia (international vehicle registration).

Meanings of Auscultate:

verb

Examine a patient by listening to sounds from (the heart, lungs, or other organs), typically using a stethoscope.

Usage examples:

The lungs and heart should be auscultated for signs of congestive heart failure

Meanings of Auscultated:

verb

Examine a patient by listening to sounds from (the heart, lungs, or other organs), typically using a stethoscope.

Usage examples:

The lungs and heart should be auscultated for signs of congestive heart failure

Meanings of Auscultates:

verb

Examine a patient by listening to sounds from (the heart, lungs, or other organs), typically using a stethoscope.

Usage examples:

The lungs and heart should be auscultated for signs of congestive heart failure

Meanings of Auscultating:

verb

Examine a patient by listening to sounds from (the heart, lungs, or other organs), typically using a stethoscope.

Usage examples:

The lungs and heart should be auscultated for signs of congestive heart failure

Meanings of Auscultation:

noun

The action of listening to sounds from the heart, lungs, or other organs, typically with a stethoscope, as a part of medical diagnosis.

Usage examples:

The heart and lungs sounded normal on auscultation.

Meanings of Auscultations:

noun

The action of listening to sounds from the heart, lungs, or other organs, typically with a stethoscope, as a part of medical diagnosis.

Usage examples:

The heart and lungs sounded normal on auscultation.

Meanings of Auspice:

noun

A divine or prophetic token.

Usage examples:

Cultural genealogy, more so than ordinary genealogy, depends on a belief in the magical and usually…

Meanings of Auspices:

noun

A divine or prophetic token.

Usage examples:

Cultural genealogy, more so than ordinary genealogy, depends on a belief in the magical and usually…

Meanings of Auspicious:

adjective

Conducive to success; favourable.

Usage examples:

It was not the most auspicious moment to hold an election

Meanings of Auspiciously:

adverb

In a way that suggests a positive and successful future

Usage examples:

The day did not begin auspiciously., our holiday didn't start auspiciously - the flight was delayed…

Meanings of Aussie:

noun

A person from australia.

Usage examples:

He's an aussie and so he probably played cricket as a kid
adjective

Australian.

Usage examples:

He married an aussie girl and moved to australia in 1948

Meanings of Aussies:

noun

A person from australia.

Usage examples:

He's an aussie and so he probably played cricket as a kid
adjective

Australian.

Usage examples:

He married an aussie girl and moved to australia in 1948

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