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Ŭisang
▪ Korean Buddhist monk born 625, Korea died 702, Korea       Buddhist monk and founder of the Hwaŏm (Chinese: Hua-yen) sect of Korean Buddhism. He devoted himself to ...
Uisliu
/oosh"lyoo/, n. Uisnech. * * *
Uisnech
/oosh"neuhkh/, n. Irish Legend. the father of Naoise. Also called Uisliu. * * *
Uist
      either of two islands of the Outer Hebrides, both lying off the northwestern coast of Scotland. See North Uist; South Uist. * * *
UIT
unit investment trust. * * *
Uitenhage
▪ South Africa       town, Eastern Cape province, South Africa, near the Indian Ocean, northwest of Port Elizabeth. It was founded in 1804 by J.A. Uitenhage de Mist, a ...
uitlander
/uyt"lan'deuhr, oyt"-/; Du. /ueit"lahn'deuhrdd/, n. (often cap.) a foreigner, esp. a British settler in the Boer republics prior to the formation of the Union of South ...
Uitzilopochtli
/wee'tsee loh pohch"tlee/, n. Huitzilopochtli. * * *
Ujayli, 'Abd al-Salam al-
▪ 2007       Syrian author, physician, and politician (b. 1918/19, Al-Raqqah, Syria—d. April 5, 2006, Al-Raqqah), was a prolific and well-regarded writer primarily of ...
Uji
▪ Japan       city, Kyōto fu (urban prefecture), west-central Honshu, Japan. It lies along the Uji River in the southeastern corner of the Kyōto Basin. It developed ...
uji
▪ Japanese lineage group       any of the hereditary lineage groups that, until their official abolition in AD 604, formed the basic, decentralized ruling structure of ...
ujigami
▪ Shintō       in the Shintō religion of Japan, the tutelary deity of a village or geographic area. The meaning of ujigami has undergone considerable evolution over ...
Ujiji
/ooh jee"jee/, n. See under Kigoma-Ujiji. * * *
Ujjain
/ooh"juyn/, n. a city in W Madhya Pradesh, in W central India: one of the seven holy cities of India. 203,278. Also, Ujain. * * * ▪ India  city, western Madhya Pradesh ...
Ujpest
/ooy"pesht/, n. a suburb of Budapest, in N Hungary. 1,940,212. German, Neupest. * * *
Ujung Kulon National Park
▪ national park, Java, Indonesia English  Point Kulon National Park    national park on the island of Java, in Jawa Barat provinsi (province), Indonesia. It is best ...
Ujung Pandang
/ooh joong' pahn dahng"/ a seaport on SW Sulawesi (Celebes), in central Indonesia. 709,038. Formerly, Macassar, Makassar, Makasar. * * * formerly Macassar City (pop., 1995 ...
UjungPandang
U·jung Pan·dang or U·jung·pan·dang (o͞o-jo͝ong'pän-dängʹ) Formerly Ma·kas·sar or Ma·ka·sar (mə-kăsʹər). A city of central Indonesia on southwest Sulawesi ...
UK
UK abbrev. United Kingdom * * * UK abbr. United Kingdom. * * * ➡ United Kingdom. * * *
UK Film Council
an organization created by the British government in 2000 to develop the film industry in Britain by providing financial support for development and training. * * *
UK Sport
➡ lotteries * * *
UKAEA
➡ United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. * * *
ukase
/yooh kays", -kayz", yooh"kays, -kayz/, n. 1. (in czarist Russia) an edict or order of the czar having the force of law. 2. any order or proclamation by an absolute or arbitrary ...
uke
/yoohk/, n. Informal. ukulele. [by shortening] * * *
ukelele
u·ke·le·le (yo͞o'kə-lāʹlē, o͞o'kə-) n. Variant of ukulele. * * *
Ukemochi no Kami
▪ Shintō goddess       (Japanese: “Goddess Who Possesses Food”), in Shintō mythology, the goddess of food. She is also sometimes identified as Wakaukanome ...
Ukhta
▪ Russia also spelled  Uchta,         industrial city, Komi republic, northwestern Russia, on the Ukhta River. It was founded as the village of Chibyu in 1931 and ...
Ukiah
/yooh kuy"euh/, n. a town in NW California. 12,035. * * * ▪ California, United States       city, seat (1859) of Mendocino county, northwestern California, U.S. It ...
UKIP
(in full United Kingdom Independence Party) a British right-wing political party, created in 1983, which would like Britain to leave the EU. It has a number of elected members of ...
ukiyo-e
/yooh kee"oh ay'/; Japn. /oo kee"yaw e"/, n. a genre style of painting and printmaking developed in Japan from the 17th to the 19th centuries and marked by the depiction of the ...
Ukko
▪ Scandinavian deity       in Finnish folk religion, the god of thunder, one of the most important deities. The name Ukko is derived from ukkonen, “thunder,” but it ...
Ukr.
Ukraine. * * *
Ukraina
Russ. /ooh krddu yee"neuh/, n. Ukraine. * * *
Ukraine
/yooh krayn", -kruyn", yooh"krayn/, n. a republic in SE Europe: rich agricultural and industrial region. 50,684,635; 223,090 sq. mi. (603,700 sq. km). Cap.: Kiev. Russian, ...
Ukraine, flag of
▪ Flag History       horizontally divided blue-yellow national flag. Its width-to-length ratio is 2 to 3.       More than a thousand years ago a powerful state, ...
Ukrainian
/yooh kray"nee euhn, -kruy"-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to Ukraine, its people, or their language. n. 2. a native or inhabitant of Ukraine. 3. a Slavic language spoken in ...
Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
▪ Ukrainian religion also called  Ukrainian Catholic Church        largest of the Eastern Catholic (also known as Eastern rite (Eastern rite church) or Greek Catholic ...
Ukrainian language
formerly Ruthenian language Slavic language spoken by about 41 million people in Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, Russia, and in enclaves around the world. Only about three-quarters ...
Ukrainian literature
      the body of writings in the Ukrainian language. The earliest writings of the Ukrainians, works produced in Kievan Rus from the 11th to the 13th century, were ...
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic or the Ukraine a republic of the U.S.S.R.: now UKRAINE * * *
Ukrainka, Lesya
▪ Ukrainian poet pseudonym of  Larisa Petrovna Kosach-kvitka   born Feb. 13 [Feb. 25, New Style], 1871, Novograd-Volynsky, Ukraine, Russian Empire [now Novohrad-Volynskyy, ...
uks-en-
Bull, ox. a. ox, from Old English oxa, ox; b. aurochs, from Old High German ohso, ox. Both a and b from Germanic *uhsōn-.   [In Pokorny u̯egᵘ̯- 1118.] * * *
ukulele
/yooh'keuh lay"lee/; Hawaiian. /ooh'koo lay"lay/, n. a small, guitarlike musical instrument associated chiefly with Hawaiian music. Also, ukelele. [1895-1900, Amer.; < Hawaiian ...
UL
Underwriters' Laboratories (used esp. on labels for electrical appliances approved by this nonprofit safety-testing organization). * * *
Ulaanbaatar
U·laan·baa·tar (o͞oʹlän-bäʹtär') or U·lan Ba·tor (-tôr') The capital and largest city of Mongolia, in the north-central part of the country. It was founded as a ...
Ulam, Adam Bruno
▪ 2001       Polish-born American historian (b. April 8, 1922, Lwow, Pol. [now Lviv, Ukraine]—d. March 28, 2000, Cambridge, Mass.), as Gurney Professor of History and ...
ulan
/ooh"lahn, yooh"leuhn/, n. uhlan. * * *
Ulan Bator
/ooh"lahn bah"tawr/ a city in and the capital of the Mongolian People's Republic, in E central Asia: former holy city of Mongols. 418,000. Chinese, Kulun. Formerly, Urga. * * *
Ulan Ude
/ooh lahn" ooh de"/ a city in and the capital of the Buryat Autonomous Republic, in the SE Russian Federation in Asia, on the Selenga River. 353,000. Formerly, Verkhneudinsk. * * ...
Ulan-Ude
Ulan-Ude [o͞o län΄o͞o dā′] city in S Siberia, near Lake Baikal: pop. 366,000 * * * U·lan-U·de (o͞o'län-o͞o-dāʹ, o͞o-län'o͞o-dĕʹ) A city of southern Russia ...
UlanBator
U·lan Ba·tor (o͞oʹlän bäʹtôr') See Ulaanbaatar. * * *
Ulanova
/ooh lah"neuh veuh/, n. Galina (Sergeyevna) /geuh lee"neuh serr gay"euhv neuh/; Russ. /gu lyee"neuh syirdd gye"yiv neuh/, 1910-98, Soviet ballerina. * * *
Ulanova, Galina
▪ Russian ballerina in full  Galina Sergeyevna Ulanova  born December 26, 1909 [January 8, 1910, New Style], St. Petersburg, Russia died March 21, 1998, Moscow  first prima ...
Ulanova, Galina (Sergeyevna)
born Jan. 8, 1910, St. Petersburg, Russia died March 21, 1998, Moscow Russian ballet dancer, the first prima ballerina assoluta of the Soviet Union. She trained with Agrippina ...
Ulanova, Galina Sergeyevna
▪ 1999       Russian ballet dancer (b. Jan. 8, 1910, St. Petersburg, Russia—d. March 21, 1998, Moscow, Russia), was considered one of the greatest ballerinas of the ...
Ulanova,Galina
U·la·no·va (o͞o-läʹnə-və), Galina. 1910-1998. Russian-born dancer who was a prima ballerina with the Bolshoi Ballet from 1944 to 1962. * * *
Ulbricht
/ool"brddikht/, n. Walter /vahl"teuhrdd/, 1893-1973, German Communist leader: chairman of the East German Council of State 1960-73. * * *
Ulbricht, Walter
born June 30, 1893, Leipzig, Ger. died Aug. 1, 1973, East Berlin, E.Ger. German communist leader and head of East Germany (1960–73). He joined the German Communist Party ...
Ulbricht,Walter
Ul·bricht (o͝olʹbrĭkt, -brĭKHt), Walter. 1893-1973. German politician who was general secretary of East Germany's Socialist Unity Party (1953-1971) and chairman of the ...
ULCC
a supertanker with a deadweight capacity of over 250,000 tons. Cf. supertanker, VLCC. [u(ltra) l(arge) c(rude) c(arrier)] * * *
ulcer
/ul"seuhr/, n. 1. Pathol. a sore on the skin or a mucous membrane, accompanied by the disintegration of tissue, the formation of pus, etc. 2. See peptic ulcer. 3. any chronically ...
ulcerate
—ulceration, n. /ul"seuh rayt'/, v., ulcerated, ulcerating. v.i. 1. to form an ulcer; become ulcerous: His skin ulcerated after exposure to radioactive material. v.t. 2. to ...
ulceration
ul·cer·a·tion (ŭl'sə-rāʹshən) n. 1. Development of an ulcer. 2. An ulcer or an ulcerous condition. * * *
ulcerative
/ul"seuh ray'tiv, -seuhr euh tiv/, adj. 1. causing ulceration. 2. of the nature of or characterized by ulceration. [1565-75; < ML ulcerativus, equiv. to L ulcerat(us) (see ...
ulcerative colitis
Pathol. chronic ulceration in the large intestine, characterized by painful abdominal cramps and profuse diarrhea containing pus, blood, and mucus. * * * Inflammation of the ...
ulcerogenic
/ul'seuh roh jen"ik/, adj. Pathol. producing or inducing the formation of an ulcer. [1945-50; ULCER + -O- + -GENIC] * * *
ulcerous
—ulcerously, adv. —ulcerousness, n. /ul"seuhr euhs/, adj. 1. of the nature of an ulcer; characterized by the formation of ulcers. 2. affected with an ulcer or ...
ulcerously
See ulcerous. * * *
ulcerousness
See ulcerously. * * *
ule
/ooh"lay/, n. 1. caucho. 2. a tree that produces caucho. [1840-50; < MexSp (h)ule < Nahuatl olli caoutchouc] * * *
ulema
/ooh"leuh mah'/, n.pl. Islam. 'ulama'. * * *
ulexite
/yooh lek"suyt/, n. a mineral, hydrous sodium and calcium borate, NaCaB5O9·8H2O, occurring in arid regions in the form of white acicular crystals: a major source of ...
ULF
ULF abbr. ultralow frequency. * * *
Ulfilas
/ul"fi leuhs/, n. A.D. c311-c382, Christian bishop to the Goths: translated Bible into the Gothic language. Also, Ulfila /ul"fi leuh/, Wulfila. * * * ▪ bishop of the ...
Ulhasnagar
/ool'hahs nug"euhr/, n. a city in W Maharashtra, in W central India, NE of Bombay. 168,462. * * * ▪ India       city, northwestern Maharashtra (Mahārāshtra) state, ...
uli figure
▪ Papuan sculpture       wooden statue of a type carved in the villages of northern and central New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, that represents an ancestral or ...
uliginous
/yooh lij"euh neuhs/, adj. Bot. growing in swamps or muddy places. Also, uliginose /yooh lij"euh nohs'/. [1570-80; < L uliginosus full of moisture, wet, equiv. to uligin- (s. of ...
Ulithi Atoll
▪ atoll, Micronesia also called  Mackenzie Islands         coral atoll, Federated States of Micronesia, in the western Pacific Ocean. It comprises roughly 40 ...
Ull
▪ Norse mythology Old Norse  Ullr        in Norse mythology, the god of snowshoes, hunting, the bow, and the shield; he was a handsome stepson of the thunder god ...
Ulladulla
▪ New South Wales, Australia       town, southeastern New South Wales, southeastern Australia. It lies 40 miles (65 km) south of Jervis Bay. The town was established in ...
ullage
—ullaged, adj. /ul"ij/, n. 1. the amount by which the contents fall short of filling a container, as a cask or bottle. 2. the quantity of wine, liquor, or the like, remaining ...
ullaged
See ullage. * * *
Ullathorne, William Bernard
▪ British bishop born May 7, 1806, Pocklington, Yorkshire, Eng. died March 21, 1889, Oscott, Warwickshire       Roman Catholic missionary to Australia and first bishop ...
Ullmann, Liv
born Dec. 16, 1939, Tokyo, Japan Norwegian film actress. Raised mainly in Canada and the U.S., she returned to Norway and made her stage debut in Oslo. She became ...
Ullswater
one of the largest lakes of the English Lake District. It is 7.5 miles/12 kilometres long. * * * ▪ lake, England, United Kingdom   lake, in the administrative county of ...
ulluco
ul·lu·co (o͞o-yo͞oʹkō) n. pl. ul·lu·cos 1. A twining perennial herb (Ullucus tuberosus) native to the Andes bearing fleshy tubers. 2. The edible fleshy tuber of this ...
Ullŭng Island
▪ island, South Korea       volcanic island, North Kyŏngsang do (province), South Korea. It lies in the East Sea (Sea of Japan), 75 miles (120 km) off the northeastern ...
Ulm
/oolm/, n. a city in E Baden-Württemberg, in S Germany, on the Danube. 103,600. * * * ▪ Germany  city, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany. It lies on ...
Ulm, Battle of
(Sept. 25–Oct. 20, 1805) Major victory by France over Austria at Ulm, Bavaria. In August 1805 Austria joined the Anglo-Russian alliance against Napoleon and on September 11 ...
Ulmaceae
▪ plant family       the elm family of the nettle order (Urticales), with 15 genera of trees and shrubs, distributed primarily throughout temperate regions. Members of ...
ulmaceous
/ul may"sheuhs/, adj. belonging to the Ulmaceae, the elm family of plants. Cf. elm family. [1840-50; < NL Ulmace(ae) family name (Ulm(us) a genus (L: ELM) + -aceae -ACEAE) + ...
Ulmanis, Kārlis
born , Sept. 4, 1877, Berze, Latvia, Russian Empire died 1942 Latvian independence leader and premier of Latvia (1918, 1919–21, 1925–26, 1931–32, 1934–40). An ...
Ulmann, Doris
▪ American photographer born May 29, 1882, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 28, 1934, New York City  American photographer known for her portraits of people living in rural ...
ulna
—ulnar, adj. /ul"neuh/, n., pl. ulnae /-nee/, ulnas. 1. Anat. the bone of the forearm on the side opposite to the thumb. Cf. radius (def. 7). See diag. under skeleton. 2. a ...
ulnar
See ulna. * * *
ulno-
a combining form of ulna: ulnoradial. * * *
Ulothrix
▪ algae       genus of filamentous green algae found in marine and fresh waters. Each cell contains a distinct nucleus, a central vacuole, and a large, thin chloroplast ...
ulotrichous
/yooh lo"tri keuhs/, adj. belonging to a group of people having woolly or crisply curly hair. [1855-60; < NL Ulotrich(i) (pl.) formerly a name for a division of mankind ( < Gk ...
ulpan
/oohl"pahn, oohl pahn"/, n., pl. ulpanim /oohl'pah neem"/. an institute or school for intensive study of Hebrew, esp. by immigrants to Israel. [1945-50; < ModHeb: lit., ...
Ulpian
/ul"pee euhn/, n. (Domitius Ulpianus) died A.D. 288?, Roman jurist. * * * ▪ Roman jurist Latin in full  Domitius Ulpianus   born , Tyre, Phoenicia died AD ...
Ulrich
▪ duke of Württemberg born Feb. 8, 1487, Reichenweier, Alsace died Nov. 6, 1550, Tübingen, Württemberg       duke of Württemberg (1498–1519, 1534–50), a ...
Ulrich von Hutten
▪ German knight born April 21, 1488, near Fulda, Abbacy of Fulda died Aug. 29?, 1523, near Zürich  Franconian knight and Humanist, famed as a German patriot, satirist, and ...
Ulrich, Saint
▪ German bishop Ulrich also spelled Ulric born c. 890, , Augsburg, Alemannia died July 4, 973, Augsburg; canonized 993; feast day July 4       bishop and patron saint ...
Ulrika Eleonora
▪ queen of Sweden born Jan. 23, 1688, Stockholm died Nov. 24, 1741, Stockholm  Swedish queen whose short reign (1718–20) led to Sweden's Age of Freedom—a 52-year decline ...
Ulsan
/oohl"sahn"/, n. a city in SE South Korea. 157,088. * * * ▪ South Korea  city, Kyŏngsang-namdo (South Kyŏngsang Province), southeastern South Korea. At the eastern end of ...
ULSI
ULSI abbr. Electronics. ultra-large-scale integration. * * *
Ulster
—Ulsterite /ul"steuh ruyt'/. /ul"steuhr/, n. 1. a former province in Ireland, now comprising Northern Ireland and a part of the Republic of Ireland. 2. a province in N Republic ...
Ulster cycle
or Ulaid cycle In early Irish literature, a group of legends and tales dealing with the heroic age of the Ulaid, a people of northeast Ireland from whom the modern name Ulster ...
Ulster Defence Association
(abbr the UDA) an illegal Protestant military group in Ulster (= Northern Ireland). The group wants Ulster to remain a part of the United Kingdom, and uses violence to oppose the ...
Ulster Defence Regiment
(abbr the UDR) a branch of the British Army operating in Northern Ireland. It was formed in 1970 to help to control the violence there. In 1992 it became a part of the Royal ...
Ulster Democratic Unionist Party
a political party in Northern Ireland. It is supported mainly by Protestants, and wants Northern Ireland to remain a part of the United Kingdom. It is regarded as having more ...
Ulster Freedom Fighters
(abbr the UFF) an illegal Protestant military group in Ulster (= Northern Ireland), formed in 1973. The group wants Ulster to remain a part of the United Kingdom, and uses ...
Ulster Unionist Party
(abbr UUP) a political party in Northern Ireland, formed in 1905 and led since 1995 by David Trimble. It is one of the main political parties that wants Northern Ireland to ...
Ulster Volunteer Force
(abbr the UVF) a Protestant military group in Ulster (= Northern Ireland). The group wants Ulster to remain a part of the United Kingdom, and opposes the IRA. The present group ...
Ulster, Hugh de Lacy, earl of
▪ Anglo-Norman lord born c. 1176 died , before Dec. 26, 1242, Ulster, Ire.       one of the most powerful Anglo-Norman lords in Ulster (in Ireland) in the first half of ...
Ulster, Richard de Burgh, 2nd earl of
▪ Irish noble born 1259? died July 29, 1326, Athassel Monastery, near Cashel, County Tipperary, Ire.       one of the most powerful Irish nobles of the late 13th and ...
Ulsterman
/ul"steuhr meuhn/, n., pl. Ulstermen. a native or inhabitant of Ulster. [1835-45; ULSTER + MAN1] * * *
ult
ult abbrev. 1. ultimate 2. ultimately * * *
ult.
1. ultimate. 2. ultimately. 3. ultimo. * * *
ulterior
—ulteriorly, adv. /ul tear"ee euhr/, adj. 1. being beyond what is seen or avowed; intentionally kept concealed: ulterior motives. 2. coming at a subsequent time or stage; ...
ulteriorly
See ulterior. * * *
ultima
/ul"teuh meuh/, n. the last syllable of a word. [1860-65; < L, fem. of ultimus, superl. corresponding to ulterior ULTERIOR] * * *
ultima ratio regum
/ool"ti mah' rddah"tee oh' rdday"goom/; Eng. /ul"teuh meuh ray"shee oh' ree"geuhm/, Latin. the final argument of kings (a resort to arms): motto engraved on the cannon of Louis ...
ultima Thule
/ul"teuh meuh thooh"lee/; Lat. /ool"ti mah' tooh"le/ 1. (italics) Latin. the highest degree attainable. 2. the farthest point; the limit of any journey. 3. the point believed by ...
ultimacy
/ul"teuh meuh see/, n., pl. ultimacies. 1. the state or quality of being ultimate. 2. a basic or fundamental quality: to question the ultimacies of one's religious ...
ultimata
ul·ti·ma·ta (ŭl'tə-māʹtə, -mäʹtə) n. A plural of ultimatum. * * *
ultimate
—ultimately, adv. —ultimateness, n. /ul"teuh mit/, adj. 1. last; furthest or farthest; ending a process or series: the ultimate point in a journey; the ultimate style in ...
ultimate constituent
Grammar. an element of a construction that cannot be further divided into grammatical constituents: the morphemes of an utterance are usually considered to be its ultimate ...
ultimate strength
Engin. the quantity of the utmost tensile, compressive, or shearing stress that a given unit area of a certain material is expected to bear without failing. Also called ultimate ...
ultimately
ultimately [ul′tə mitlē] adv. finally; at last; in the end * * * ul·ti·mate·ly (ŭlʹtə-mĭt-lē) adv. At last; in the end; eventually. * * *
ultimaThule
ultima Thu·le (tho͞oʹlē) n. 1. The northernmost region of the habitable world as thought of by ancient geographers. 2. A distant territory or destination. 3. A remote goal ...
ultimatum
/ul'teuh may"teuhm, -mah"-/, n., pl. ultimatums, ultimata /-teuh/. 1. a final, uncompromising demand or set of terms issued by a party to a dispute, the rejection of which may ...
ultimo
/ul"teuh moh'/, adv. in or of the month preceding the current one: on the 12th ultimo. Abbr.: ult., ulto. Cf. instant (def. 11), proximo. [1575-85; < L ultimo (mense or die) in ...
ultimobranchial gland
▪ anatomy       in biology, any of the small bodies in the pharynx that develop behind the fifth pair of gill pouches in the vertebrate embryo. In mammals the ...
ultimogeniture
—ultimogenitary /ul'teuh moh jen"i ter'ee/, adj. /ul'teuh moh jen"i cheuhr, -choor'/, n. postremogeniture. [1880-85; < L ultim(us) (see ULTIMA) + (PRIM)OGENITURE] * * *
ultisol
/ul"teuh sawl', -sol'/, n. a weathered, red and yellow acidic soil of warm, humid areas that is agriculturally productive when treated with lime and organic ...
ulto.
ultimo. * * *
ultra
/ul"treuh/, adj. 1. going beyond what is usual or ordinary; excessive; extreme. n. 2. an extremist, as in politics, religion, fashion, etc. 3. (cap.) Mil. the British code name ...
ultra vires
/ul'treuh vuy"reez/, Law. beyond the legal power or authority of a corporation, corporate officer, etc. (opposed to intra vires). [1785-95; < L ultra vires lit., beyond ...
ultra-
a prefix occurring originally in loanwords from Latin, with the basic meaning "on the far side of, beyond." In relation to the base to which it is prefixed, ultra- has the senses ...
ultra-abysmal
adj. * * *
ultrabasic
/ul'treuh bay"sik/, adj. (of rocks) containing iron and magnesium, with little or no silica. Also, ultramafic. [1890-95; ULTRA- + BASIC] * * *
ultracareful
adj.; ultracarefully, adv. * * *
ultracasual
adj.; ultracasually, adv. ultracasualness, n. * * *
ultracautious
adj.; ultracautiously, adv.; ultracautiousness, n. * * *
ultracentrifugal
See ultracentrifuge. * * *
ultracentrifugally
See ultracentrifugal. * * *
ultracentrifugation
See ultracentrifugal. * * *
ultracentrifuge
—ultracentrifugal /ul'treuh sen trif"yeuh geuhl, -euh geuhl/, adj. —ultracentrifugally, adv. /ul'treuh sen"treuh fyoohj'/, n., v., ultracentrifuged, ultracentrifuging. ...
ultrachic
adj. * * *
ultracivilized
adj. * * *
ultraclean
/ul'treuh kleen"/, adj. extremely clean, esp. free of germs: an ultraclean laboratory. [1965-70; ULTRA- + CLEAN] * * *
ultracommercial
adj. * * *
ultracompact
adj. * * *
ultracompetent
adj. * * *
ultraconfident
adj. * * *
ultraconservatism
See ultraconservative. * * *
ultraconservative
—ultraconservatism, n. /ul'treuh keuhn serr"veuh tiv/, adj. 1. extremely conservative, esp. in politics. n. 2. an ultraconservative person or group. [ULTRA- + CONSERVATIVE] * * ...
ultracontemporary
adj., n., pl. ultracontemporaries. * * *
ultraconvenient
adj.; ultraconveniently, adv. * * *
ultracool
adj. * * *
ultracritical
—ultracritically, adv. /ul'treuh krit"i keuhl/, adj. hypercritical. [ULTRA- + CRITICAL] * * *
ultradense
adj. * * *
ultradian
/ul tray"dee euhn/, adj. of or pertaining to a biorhythm having a period of less than 24 hours. [1960-65; ULTRA- + L di(es) day + -AN] * * *
ultradistant
adj. * * *
ultradry
adj. * * *
ultraenergetic
adj. * * *
ultraexclusive
adj.; ultraexclusively, adv.; ultraexclusiveness, n. * * *
ultrafamiliar
adj. * * *
ultrafashionable
adj.; ultrafashionably, adv. * * *
ultrafast
/ul'treuh fast", -fahst"/, adj. extremely fast: ultrafast computers. [ULTRA- + FAST1] * * *
ultrafastidious
adj.; ultrafastidiously, adv.; ultrafastidiousness, n. * * *
ultrafeminine
adj. * * *
ultrafiche
/ul"treuh feesh'/, n. a form of microfiche with the images greatly reduced in size, generally by a factor of 100 or more. [1965-70; ULTRA- + (MICRO)FICHE] * * *
ultrafilter
—ultrafiltration /ul'treuh fil tray"sheuhn/, n. /ul'treuh fil"teuhr/, n. 1. Physical Chem. a filter for purifying sols, having a membrane with pores sufficiently small to ...
ultrafiltrate
/ul'treuh fil"trayt/, n. Physical Chem. a liquid that has been passed through an ultrafilter. [ULTRAFILT(E)R + -ATE1] * * *
ultrafiltration
ul·tra·fil·tra·tion (ŭl'trə-fĭl-trāʹshən) n. The filtration of a colloidal substance through a semipermeable medium that allows only the passage of small molecules. * ...
ultrafine
adj. * * *
ultraglamorous
adj. * * *
ultrahazardous
adj. * * *
ultraheavy
adj. * * *
ultrahigh
/ul'treuh huy"/, adj. extremely high: ultrahigh skyscrapers of 100 stories. [1945-50; ULTRA- + HIGH] * * *
ultrahigh frequency
—ultrahigh-frequency, adj. Radio. any frequency between 300 and 3000 megahertz. Abbr.: UHF, uhf [1935-40] * * *
ultrahighfrequency
ultrahigh frequency n. Abbr. UHF A band of radio frequencies from 300 to 3,000 megahertz. * * *
ultrahot
adj. * * *
ultrahuman
adj. * * *
ultraism
—ultraist, n., adj. —ultraistic, adj. /ul"treuh iz'euhm/, n. 1. extremism. 2. an extremist point of view or act. [1815-25; ULTRA- + -ISM] * * * ▪ literary ...
ultraist
See ultraism. * * *
ultralarge
adj. * * *
ultralarge crude carrier
Naut. See ULCC. [1980-85; ULTRA- + LARGE] * * *
ultraleft
/ul'treuh left"/, adj. 1. of or belonging to the extreme political Left; extremely liberal or radical. n. 2. the ultraleft, the aggregate of ultraleft persons or ...
ultraleftist
—ultraleftism, n. /ul'treuh lef"tist/, adj. 1. ultraleft. n. 2. a supporter or advocate of ultraleft causes, goals, etc. [1970-75; ULTRALEFT + -IST] * * *
ultraliberal
—ultraliberalism, n. /ul'treuh lib"euhr euhl, -lib"reuhl/, adj. 1. extremely liberal, esp. in politics. n. 2. an ultraliberal person or group. [1815-25; ULTRA- + LIBERAL] * * *
ultralight
adj. /ul'treuh luyt", ul"treuh luyt'/; n. /ul"treuh luyt'/, adj. 1. extremely lightweight in comparison with others of its kind: a car with an ultralight engine. n. 2. something ...
ultralow
adj. * * *
ultralowfrequency
ultra·low frequency (ŭl'trə-lōʹ) n. Abbr. ULF An electromagnetic wave whose frequency is less than 3,000 hertz. * * *
ultramafic
/ul'treuh maf"ik/, adj. Geol. ultrabasic. [1940-45; ULTRA- + MAFIC] * * *
ultramarathon
/ul'treuh mar"euh thon', -theuhn/, n. any footrace of 50 or more miles. [1975-80; ULTRA- + MARATHON] * * *
ultramarathoner
See ultramarathon. * * *
ultramarine
/ul'treuh meuh reen"/, adj. 1. of the color ultramarine. 2. beyond the sea. n. 3. a blue pigment consisting of powdered lapis lazuli. 4. a similar artificial blue pigment. 5. any ...
ultramasculine
adj. * * *
ultrametamorphism
—ultrametamorphic, adj. /ul'treuh met'euh mawr"fiz euhm/, n. Geol. metamorphism during which the temperature of a rock exceeds its melting point. [ULTRA- + METAMORPHISM] * * *
ultramicrobalance
/ul'treuh muy"kreuh bal'euhns/, n. Chem. a balance for weighing precisely, to a hundredth of a microgram or less, minute quantities of material. [ULTRA- + MICROBALANCE] * * *
ultramicrochemistry
—ultramicrochemist, n. —ultramicrochemical /ul'treuh muy'kroh kem"i keuhl/, adj. /ul'treuh muy'kroh kem"euh stree/, n. the branch of microchemistry dealing with minute ...
ultramicrofiche
/ul'treuh muy"kreuh feesh'/, n. ultrafiche. [1965-70; ULTRA- + MICROFICHE] * * *
ultramicrometer
/ul'treuh muy krom"i teuhr/, n. a micrometer calibrated to a very fine scale and capable of measuring extremely small magnitudes. [1925-30; ULTRA- + MICROMETER] * * *
ultramicroscope
—ultramicroscopic /ul'treuh muy'kreuh skop"ik/, ultramicroscopical, adj. /ul'treuh muy"kreuh skohp'/, n. an instrument that uses scattering phenomena to detect the position of ...
ultramicroscopic
ultramicroscopic [ul΄trəmī΄krə skäp′ik] adj. 1. too small to be seen with an ordinary microscope 2. of an ultramicroscope * * * ul·tra·mi·cro·scop·ic ...
ultramicroscopy
/ul'treuh muy kros"keuh pee, -muy"kreuh skoh'pee/, n. the use of the ultramicroscope. [ULTRA- + MICROSCOPY] * * *
ultramicrotome
/ul'treuh muy"kreuh tohm'/, n. Histol. a microtome capable of producing very fine slices of tissue or cellular specimens for electron microscopic examination. [1945-50; ULTRA- + ...
ultramicrotomy
See ultramicrotome. * * *
ultramilitant
adj. * * *
ultraminiature
/ul'treuh min"ee euh cheuhr, -choor', -min"euh cheuhr/, adj. subminiature. [1940-45; ULTRA- + MINIATURE] * * *
ultraminiaturization
See ultraminiaturize. * * *
ultraminiaturize
—ultraminiaturization, n. /ul'treuh min"ee euh cheuh ruyz', -min"euh cheuh-/, v.t., ultraminiaturized, ultraminiaturizing. to reduce to an ultraminiature size or scale. Also, ...
ultramodern
—ultramodernism, n. —ultramodernist, n. /ul'treuh mod"euhrn/, adj. very advanced in ideas, design, or techniques. [1835-45; ULTRA- + MODERN] * * *
ultramodernism
See ultramodern. * * *
ultramodernist
See ultramodernism. * * *
ultramodernistic
See ultramodernism. * * *
ultramontane
/ul'treuh mon tayn", -mon"tayn/, adj. 1. beyond the mountains. 2. of or pertaining to the area south of the Alps, esp. Italy. 3. Rom. Cath. Ch. a. of, pertaining to, or ...
ultramontanism
—ultramontanist, n. /ul'treuh mon"tn iz'euhm/, n. (sometimes cap.) the policy of the party in the Roman Catholic Church that favors increasing and enhancing the power and ...
ultramontanist
See ultramontanism. * * *
ultramundane
/ul'treuh mun dayn", -mun"dayn/, adj. 1. outside or beyond the earth or the orbits of the planets. 2. outside the sphere of physical existence. [1540-50; < L ultramundanus, ...
ultranational
See ultranationalism. * * *
ultranationalism
—ultranational, adj. /ul'treuh nash"euh nl iz'euhm/, n. extreme devotion to or advocacy of the interests of a nation, esp. regardless of the effect on any other ...
ultranationalist
—ultranationalistically, adv. /ul'treuh nash"euh nl ist/, n. 1. an advocate of ultranationalism. adj. 2. Also, ultranationalistic. of or pertaining to ultranationalism or ...
ultranationalistic
See ultranational. * * *
ultranet
/ul"treuh net'/, n. Math. a net in a topological space that is residually in every set or its complement in the space. [ULTRA- + NET1] * * *
ultraorthodox
adj. * * *
ultraparadoxical
adj.; ultraparadoxically, adv. * * *
ultrapatriotic
adj.; ultrapatrioticly, adv. * * *
ultrapowerful
adj. * * *
ultrapractical
adj. * * *
ultraprecise
adj. * * *
ultraprogressive
adj., n.; ultraprogressively, adv.; ultraprogressiveness, n. * * *
ultrapure
—ultrapurely, adv. —ultrapurity, n. /ul'treuh pyoor"/, adj. extremely pure, esp. without impurities: ultrapure silicon for semiconductors. [1960-65; ULTRA- + PURE] * * *
ultraradical
adj., n.; ultraradically, adv. * * *
ultrarapid
adj.; ultrarapidly, adv. * * *
ultrarare
adj.; ultrararely, adv. * * *
ultrararefied
adj. * * *
ultrarational
adj.; ultrarationally, adv. * * *
ultrarealism
n. * * *
ultrarealist
n. * * *
ultrarealistic
adj. * * *
ultrared
/ul'treuh red"/, n. (not in technical use) infrared. [1865-70; ULTRA- + RED1] * * *
ultrarefined
adj. * * *
ultrareliable
adj.; ultrareliablely, adv. * * *
ultrareligious
adj.; ultrareligiously adv.; ultrareligiousness, n. * * *
ultrarespectable
adj.; ultrarespectably, adv.; ultrarespectableness, n. * * *
ultrarevolutionary
adj., n., pl. ultrarevolutionaries. * * *
ultrarich
adj., n. * * *
ultraright
/ul'treuh ruyt"/, adj. 1. of or belonging to the extreme political Right; extremely conservative or reactionary. n. 2. the ultraright, the aggregate of ultraright persons or ...
ultrarightist
—ultrarightism, n. /ul'treuh ruy"tist/, adj. 1. ultraright. n. 2. a supporter or advocate of ultraright causes, goals, or the like. [1970-75; ULTRA- + RIGHTIST] * * *
ultraromantic
adj. * * *
ultraroyalist
n., adj. * * *
ultrasafe
adj. * * *
ultrasecret
adj.; ultrasecretly, adv. * * *
ultrasegregationist
n., adj. * * *
ultrasensitive
adj.; ultrasensitively, adv. * * *
ultraserious
adj.; ultraseriously, adv.; ultraseriousness, n. * * *
ultrasharp
adj. * * *


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