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adjective Etymology: Greek phreat-, phrear well; akin to Armenian ałbiwr spring, Old High German brunno — more at burn Date: circa 1890 1. of, relating to, or being ...
noun Etymology: Greek phreat-, phrear well + English -o- + -phyte Date: 1920 a deep-rooted plant that obtains its water from the water table or the layer of soil just above ...
adjective see phreatophyte
archaic variant of frenetic
adjective Etymology: New Latin phrenicus, from Greek phren-, phrēn Date: 1697 1. of or relating to the diaphragm 2. of or relating to the mind
adjective see phrenology
noun see phrenology
noun Etymology: Greek phren-, phrēn Date: 1805 the study of the conformation of the skull based on the belief that it is indicative of mental faculties and character • ...
archaic variant of frenzy
geographical name ancient country W central Asia Minor divided about 400 B.C. into Greater Phrygia (the inland region) & Lesser Phrygia (region along the Dardanelles)
noun Date: 15th century 1. a native or inhabitant of ancient Phrygia 2. the extinct Indo-European language of the Phrygians — see Indo-European languages table • ...
noun Date: circa 1866 any of various salts or esters of phthalic acid used especially as plasticizers and in solvents
phthalic acid
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, short for obsolete naphthalic acid, from naphthalene Date: 1857 any of three isomeric acids C8H6O4 obtained by oxidation ...
phthalic anhydride
noun Date: 1855 a crystalline cyclic acid anhydride C8H4O3 used especially in making alkyd resins
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary phthalic acid + -o- + cyanine Date: 1933 a bright greenish-blue crystalline compound C32H18N8; also any of several metal ...
noun Etymology: Middle English tisike, from Anglo-French, from Latin phthisicus suffering from tuberculosis, from Greek phthisikos, from phthisis Date: 14th century ...
adjective see phthisic
noun (plural phthises) Etymology: Latin, from Greek, from phthinein to waste away; akin to Sanskrit kṣiṇoti he destroys Date: 1526 a progressively wasting or consumptive ...
combining form Etymology: Greek phykos seaweed algae
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary phyco- + cyan- + 1-in Date: 1875 any of various bluish-green protein pigments in the cells of cyanobacteria
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary phyco- + erythr- + 1-in Date: circa 1868 any of the red protein pigments in the cells of red algae
adjective see phycology
noun see phycology
noun Date: circa 1847 the study or science of algae — called also algology • phycological adjective • phycologist noun
noun Etymology: ultimately from Greek phykos + mykēt-, mykēs fungus — more at myc- Date: circa 1900 any of a large class (Phycomycetes) of lower fungi that are in many ...
adjective see phycomycete
biographical name Duncan 1768-1854 American (Scottish-born) cabinetmaker
or phylo- combining form Etymology: Latin, from Greek, from phylē, phylon; akin to Greek phyein to bring forth — more at be tribe ; race ; phylum
noun (plural -teries) Etymology: Middle English philaterie, from Medieval Latin philaterium, alteration of Late Latin phylacterium, from Greek phylaktērion amulet, phylactery, ...

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