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ultrashort
/ul'treuh shawrt"/, adj. 1. extremely short. 2. (of a wavelength) smaller than 10 meters. [1925-30; ULTRA- + SHORT] * * *
ultrasimple
adj. * * *
ultraslick
adj. * * *
ultraslow
adj.; ultraslowly, adv. * * *
ultrasmall
adj. * * *
ultrasmart
adj. * * *
ultrasoft
adj.; ultrasoftly, adv.; ultrasoftness, n. * * *
ultrasonic
—ultrasonically, adv. /ul'treuh son"ik/, adj. of, pertaining to, or utilizing ultrasound. [1925-30; ULTRA- + SONIC] * * *
ultrasonically
See ultrasonic. * * *
ultrasonics
/ul'treuh son"iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of science that deals with the effects of sound waves above human perception. [1930-35; see ULTRASONIC, -ICS] * * ...
ultrasonogram
ul·tra·son·o·gram (ŭl'trə-sŏnʹə-grăm', -sōʹnə-) n. See sonogram. * * *
ultrasonograph
ul·tra·son·o·graph (ŭl'trə-sŏnʹə-grăf', -sōʹnə-) n. An apparatus for producing images obtained by ultrasonography.   [ultrasonic + -graph.] * * *
ultrasonographer
See ultrasonography. * * *
ultrasonographic
See ultrasonographer. * * *
ultrasonography
/ul'treuh seuh nog"reuh fee, -soh-/, n. a diagnostic imaging technique utilizing reflected high-frequency sound waves to delineate, measure, or examine internal body structures ...
ultrasophisticated
adj.; ultrasophisticatedly, adv. * * *
ultrasound
/ul"treuh sownd'/, n. 1. Physics. sound with a frequency greater than 20,000 Hz, approximately the upper limit of human hearing. 2. Med. the application of ultrasonic waves to ...
ultrastructure
—ultrastructural, adj. /ul"treuh struk'cheuhr/, n. Cell Biol. the structures of a cell that are revealed by electron microscopy. Also called fine structure. [1935-40; ULTRA- + ...
Ultrasuede
/ul"treuh swayd'/, Trademark. a brand of washable, synthetic, suedelike fabric. * * *
ultrathin
/ul'treuh thin"/, adj. extremely thin: an ultrathin wristwatch. [1945-50; ULTRA- + THIN] * * *
ultratropical
/ul'treuh trop"i keuhl/, adj. 1. outside the tropics. 2. hotter than the average or usual tropical climate. [1850-55; ULTRA- + TROPICAL] * * *
ultraviolent
adj.; ultraviolently, adv. * * *
ultraviolet
/ul'treuh vuy"euh lit/, adj. 1. beyond the violet in the spectrum, corresponding to light having wavelengths shorter than 4000 angstrom units. 2. pertaining to, producing, or ...
ultraviolet astronomy
Study of astronomical objects and phenomena by observing the ultraviolet radiation (UV radiation) they emit. It has yielded much information about chemical abundances and ...
ultraviolet filter
Photog. a filter used on a lens to absorb ultraviolet radiation that may impart an undesirable blue cast to a photograph. Also called UV filter. * * *
ultraviolet radiation
Portion of the electromagnetic spectrum extending from the violet end of visible light to the X-ray region. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation lies between wavelengths of about 400 ...
ultravioletastronomy
ultraviolet astronomy n. The branch of astronomy that deals with the origin and nature of emissions from extraterrestrial sources in the ultraviolet range of electromagnetic ...
ultravioletdropout
ultraviolet dropout n. 1. The disappearance of the image of an extremely distant galaxy when viewed through an ultraviolet filter, caused by the absorption of ultraviolet rays by ...
ultravioletlamp
ultraviolet lamp n. A lamp, especially a mercury-vapor lamp, that produces ultraviolet light. * * *
ultravirile
adj. * * *
ultravirus
/ul'treuh vuy"reuhs/, n., pl. ultraviruses. See filterable virus. [ULTRA- + VIRUS] * * *
ultrawide
adj. * * *
ulu
/ooh"looh/, n. a knife with a broad, nearly semicircular blade joined to a short haft at a right angle to the unsharpened side: a traditional tool of Eskimo women. [ < Inuit] * * ...
Ulúa
/ooh looh"ah/, n. a river in NW Honduras, flowing NE to the Caribbean Sea. ab. 200 mi. (320 km) long. * * *
Ulúa River
▪ river, Honduras Spanish  Río Ulúa,         river in northwestern Honduras. Its headstreams rise deep in the central highlands, draining much of northwestern ...
Ulūgh Beg
▪ Timurid ruler born 1394, Solṭānīyeh, Timurid Iran died Oct. 27, 1449, Samarkand, Timurid empire [now in Uzbekistan]       grandson of the Asian conqueror Timur ...
UlughMuztagh
U·lugh Muz·tagh (o͞o'lə məz-täʹ, -tägʹ) A mountain, 7,729 m (25,341 ft) high, of the Kunlun Mountains in western China. * * *
ululant
/ul"yeuh leuhnt, yoohl"-/, adj. howling; ululating. [1865-70; < L ululant- (s. of ululans), prp. of ululare. See ULULATE, -ANT] * * *
ululate
—ululation, n. /ul"yeuh layt', yoohl"-/, v.i., ululated, ululating. 1. to howl, as a dog or a wolf; hoot, as an owl. 2. to utter howling sounds, as in shrill, wordless ...
ululation
See ululant. * * *
Ulundi
▪ South Africa       town, northern KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. It lies on the north bank of the White Mfolozi (Umfolozi) River. The site was chosen by ...
Ulvang, Vegard
▪ Norwegian athlete byname  Vegard the Viking  born Oct. 10, 1963, Kirkenes, Nor.    Norwegian Nordic skier known both for his successful racing career and for his many ...
Ulverstone
▪ Tasmania, Australia       town, northern Tasmania, Australia. It lies near the mouth of the River Leven on Bass Strait. Surveyed by 1855 and named after Ulverston, ...
Ulyanovsk
/oohl yah"nawfsk, -nofsk/; Russ. /ooh lyah"neuhfsk/, n. a city in the W Russian Federation, on the Volga River: birthplace of Lenin. 625,000. Formerly, Simbirsk. * * * ▪ ...
Ulysses
/yooh lis"eez/; also Brit. /yooh"leuh seez'/, n. 1. Latin name for Odysseus. 2. (italics) a psychological novel (1922) by James Joyce. 3. a male given name. * * * ▪ ...
Ulysses S Grant
➡ Grant (III) * * *
Ulysses S. Grant: First Inaugural Address
▪ Primary Source       Thursday, March 4, 1869       Your suffrages having elected me to the office of President of the United States, I have, in conformity to ...
Ulysses S. Grant: Report on Conditions in the South
▪ Primary Source       In the fall of 1865 President Andrew Johnson sent several prominent men, including Carl Schurz, Harvey Watterson, and General Grant, to tour the ...
Ulysses S. Grant: Second Inaugural Address
▪ Primary Source       Tuesday, March 4, 1873       Under Providence I have been called a second time to act as Executive over this great nation. It has been my ...
Ulysses S. Grant: The Separation of Church and School
▪ Primary Source              Several church bodies, notably Catholics and Lutherans, developed extensive systems of parochial education in the latter half of the ...
Ulysses Simpson Grant
➡ Grant (III) * * *
um
/um, uonn, euhm, euhonn/, interj. (used as an expression of doubt, hesitation, deliberation, interest, etc.) * * *
Uman
▪ Ukraine       city, central Ukraine, on the Umanka River. It dates from the Middle Ages and was incorporated in 1795. For more than a century (1726–1832) it was ...
umangite
▪ mineral       a copper selenide (Cu3Se2) occurring only in small grains or fine granular aggregates with other copper minerals of the sulfide group. The mineral is ...
Umar
(as used in expressions) Umar ibn al KhaTTab Umar Tal al Hajj Umar ibn Said Tal Ghiyath al Din Abu al Fath Umar ibn Ibrahim al Neyshaburi al Khayyami * * *
Umar ibn Abī Rabīʿahʿ
▪ Arabian poet in full  ʿUmar ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Abī Rabīʿah al-Makhzūmī   born November 644, Mecca, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia] died 712/719, ...
Umar IIʿ
▪ Umayyad caliph in full  ʿUmar ibn ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz   born 682/683, Medina, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia] died February 720, near Aleppo, Syria       pious and ...
Umar Iʿ
▪ Muslim caliph in full  ʿumar Ibn Al-khaṭtāb   born c. AD 586, , Mecca, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia] died Nov. 3, 644, Medina, Arabia       the second Muslim ...
Umar Talʿ
▪ Tukulor leader Introduction in full  al-Ḥājj (“the Pilgrim”) ʿUmar ibn Saʿīd Tal , also spelled  el-Hadj Omar ibn Saʿīd Tal  born c. 1797, , Halvar, ...
Umarī, al-ʿ
▪ Syrian scholar in full Shihāb ad-Dīn Aḥmad ibn Faḍl Allāh al-ʿUmarī born June 12, 1301, Damascus died March 1, 1349, Damascus       scholar and writer whose ...
Umatilla
U·ma·til·la (yo͞o'mə-tĭlʹə) n. pl. Umatilla or U·ma·til·las 1. a. A Native American people of northeast Oregon. b. A member of this people. 2. The dialect of ...
Umayyad
/ooh muy"ad/, n. Omayyad. * * *
Umayyad dynasty
(661–750) First great Muslim dynasty. It was founded by Muāwiyah I, who triumphed over the Prophet Muhammad's son-in-law, Alī, to become the fifth caliph. He moved the ...
umbel
/um"beuhl/, n. Bot. an inflorescence in which a number of flower stalks or pedicels, nearly equal in length, spread from a common center. See illus. under ...
umbellate
—umbellar, umbellated, adj. —umbellately, adv. /um"beuh lit, -layt', um bel"it/, adj. having or forming an umbel or umbels. [1750-60; < NL umbellatus, equiv. to L umbell(a) ...
umbellately
See umbellate. * * *
umbellet
/um"beuh lit/, n. an umbellule. [1785-95; < L umbell(a) (see UMBEL) + -ET] * * *
umbellifer
um·bel·lif·er (ŭm-bĕlʹə-fər) n. An umbelliferous plant. * * *
umbelliferous
/um'beuh lif"euhr euhs/, adj. 1. bearing an umbel or umbels. 2. belonging to the Umbelliferae, the parsley family of plants. Cf. parsley family. [1655-65; < NL umbellifer ...
umbellule
—umbellulate /um bel"yeuh lit, -layt'/, adj. /um"beuhl yoohl', um bel"yoohl/, n. one of the secondary umbels in a compound umbel. [1785-95; < NL umbellula, equiv. to L ...
umber
/um"beuhr/, n. 1. an earth consisting chiefly of a hydrated oxide of iron and some oxide of manganese, used in its natural state as a brown pigment (raw umber) or, after heating, ...
Umberto
It. /oohm berdd"taw/, n. See Humbert I. * * * (as used in expressions) Boccioni Umberto Eco Umberto Umberto II Umberto I * * *
Umberto I
born March 14, 1844, Turin, Piedmont, Kingdom of Sardinia died July 29, 1900, Monza, Italy King of Italy (1878–1900) and duke of Savoy. The son of Victor Emmanuel II, he ...
Umberto II
born Sept. 15, 1904, Racconigi, Italy died March 18, 1983, Geneva, Switz. Prince of Savoy and briefly king of Italy (1946). Son of Victor Emmanuel III, he commanded an Italian ...
umbilical
—umbilically, adv. /um bil"i keuhl/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an umbilicus or umbilical cord. 2. joined together by or as if by an umbilical cord; ...
umbilical cord
1. Anat. a cord or funicle connecting the embryo or fetus with the placenta of the mother and transporting nourishment from the mother and wastes from the fetus. 2. any ...
umbilical hernia
Pathol. a hernia of the umbilicus. * * *
umbilicalcord
umbilical cord n. 1. a. Anatomy. The flexible cordlike structure connecting a fetus at the abdomen with the placenta and containing two umbilical arteries and one vein that ...
umbilicalhernia
umbilical hernia n. A usually self-correcting hernia of the intestines in which protrusion occurs through the abdominal wall in the region of the navel. * * *
umbilically
See umbilical. * * *
umbilicate
/um bil"i kit, -kayt'/, adj. 1. having the form of an umbilicus or navel. 2. having an umbilicus. Also, umbilicated. [1690-1700; < L umbilicatus, equiv. to umbilic(us) (see ...
umbilication
/um bil'i kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. a central navellike depression. 2. an umbilicate condition or formation. [1870-75; UMBILIC(US) + -ATION] * * *
umbilicus
/um bil"i keuhs, um'beuh luy"keuhs/, n., pl. umbilici /-bil"euh suy', -beuh luy"suy/. 1. Anat. the depression in the center of the surface of the abdomen indicating the point of ...
umbiliform
/um bil"euh fawrm'/, adj. having the form of an umbilicus. [UMBILI(CUS) + -FORM] * * *
umble pie
/um"beuhl/. See humble pie (def. 1). [1655-65] * * *
umbles
/um"beuhlz/, n.pl. numbles. [1400-50; late ME] * * *
umbo
/um"boh/, n., pl. umbones /um boh"neez/, umbos. 1. a boss on a shield, as one at the center of a circular shield. 2. any similar boss or protuberance. 3. Zool. the beak of a ...
umbonal
/um"beuh nl/, adj. 1. having the shape or appearance of an umbo; bosslike: an umbonal structure. 2. of, pertaining to, or near the umbo: the umbonal region. Also, umbonic /um ...
umbonate
/um"beuh nit, -nayt'/, adj. 1. having an umbo or projecting boss. 2. shaped like an umbo; having a rounded convex form: an umbonate fungus. [1820-30; < L umbon- (s. of umbo; see ...
umbonic
See umbonal. * * *
umbra
—umbral, adj. /um"breuh/, n., pl. umbras, umbrae /-bree/. 1. shade; shadow. 2. the invariable or characteristic accompaniment or companion of a person or thing. 3. Astron. a. ...
umbrage
/um"brij/, n. 1. offense; annoyance; displeasure: to feel umbrage at a social snub; to give umbrage to someone; to take umbrage at someone's rudeness. 2. the slightest indication ...
umbrageous
—umbrageously, adv. —umbrageousness, n. /um bray"jeuhs/, adj. 1. creating or providing shade; shady: an umbrageous tree. 2. apt to take offense. [1580-90; UMBRAGE + -OUS] * * ...
umbrageously
See umbrageous. * * *
umbral
See umbra. * * *
Umbral, Francisco
▪ 2008 Francisco Pérez Martínez        Spanish writer born May 11, 1935 , Madrid, Spain died Aug. 28, 2007, Madrid was known for his incisive wit and use of both ...
umbrella
—umbrellaless, adj. —umbrellalike, adj. /um brel"euh/, n. 1. a light, small, portable, usually circular cover for protection from rain or sun, consisting of a fabric held on ...
umbrella bird
any of several large trogons of the genus Cephalopterus, of Central and South America, as C. ornatus, having an umbrellalike crest above the head. Also, umbrellabird. [1840-50] * ...
umbrella leaf
☆ umbrella leaf n. a perennial plant (Diphylleia cymosa) of the barberry family, native to the S Appalachians and having one or two lobed, peltate leaves and a cyme of white ...
umbrella palm
an Australian feather palm, Hedyscepe canterburyana, characterized by the umbrellalike manner of growth of its leaves. [1790-1800] * * *
umbrella pine
1. a Japanese evergreen tree, Sciadopitys verticillata, having linear leaves growing in umbrellalike whorls, cultivated as an ornamental. 2. See stone pine (def. 1). Also called ...
umbrella plant
1. an African plant, Cyperus alternifolius, of the sedge family, that has several stems growing directly upward from a mass of roots and an umbrella-shaped cluster of leaves at ...
umbrella skirt
a full skirt with many gores that flare gradually from the waist to the hem. * * *
umbrella step
(in the game of giant steps) a step executed by extending one foot forward and whirling on the heel. Cf. baby step. * * *
umbrella tent
a small tent with a metal frame consisting of ribs that radiate from a single supporting pole. [1890-95] * * *
umbrella tree
1. an American magnolia, Magnolia tripetala, having large leaves in umbrellalike clusters. 2. any of various other trees resembling an umbrella. [1730-40, Amer.] * * *
umbrellabird
umbrella bird n. Any of several tropical American birds of the genus Cephalopterus, especially C. ornatus, having a retractile, umbrellalike black crest and a long, feathered ...
umbrelladome
umbrella dome n. See melon dome. * * *
umbrellaleaf
umbrella leaf n. A perennial herb (Diphylleia cymosa) of the southeast United States, having a broad, peltate basal leaf, a terminal cluster of white flowers, and small blue ...
umbrellaless
See umbrella. * * *
umbrellapalm
umbrella palm n. An Australian palm tree (Hedyscepe canterburyana) cultivated as an ornamental for its feathery, drooping leaves with silvery-blue sheaths. * * *
umbrellaplant
umbrella plant n. 1. A widely cultivated, ornamental, robust sedge (Cyperus alternifolius) native to Madagascar and Mauritius, having long triangular leafless stems, a terminal ...
umbrellatree
umbrella tree n. 1. Either of two trees, Magnolia fraseri or M. tripetala, of the southeast United States, having large leaves clustered in an umbrellalike form at the ends of ...
umbrette
/um bret"/, n. hammerhead (def. 3). [1880-85; < NL umbretta < F ombrette shade, shadow. See UMBRA, -ETTE] * * *
Umbri
▪ people English  Umbrians        ancient pre-Etruscan people who gradually concentrated in Umbria (in central Italy) in response to Etruscan and Gallic pressure. By ...
Umbria
/um"bree euh/; It. /oohm"brddee ah/, n. 1. an ancient district in central and N Italy. 2. a region in central Italy. 799,721; 3270 sq. mi. (8470 sq. km). * * * Region (pop., ...
Umbrian
/um"bree euhn/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to Umbria, its inhabitants, or their language. n. 2. a native or inhabitant of Umbria. 3. the extinct Italic language of the ancient ...
Umbrian language
Ancient Italic language spoken in central Italy in the last few centuries BC. Umbrian was related closely to Oscan and Volscian and more distantly to Latin. It was displaced by ...
Umbriel
/um"bree el'/, n. Astron. a moon of the planet Uranus. * * * ▪ astronomy  third nearest of the five major moons of Uranus and the one having the darkest and oldest surface ...
umbriferous
—umbriferously, adv. /um brif"euhr euhs/, adj. casting or making shade. [1610-20; < L umbrifer shade-bringing, shady (umbri-, comb. form of umbra shade + -fer -FER) + -OUS] * * ...
Umbrisol
▪ FAO soil group  one of the 30 soil groups in the classification system of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) (soil). Umbrisols are characterized by a surface layer ...
Umbundu
/euhm boon"dooh/, n. Mbundu (def. 2). * * *
Ume
/yuu"meuh/, n. a river in N Sweden, flowing SE from the W border to the Gulf of Bothnia. ab. 285 mi. (460 km) long. * * *
Umeå
/yuu"meuh oh'/, n. a city in NE Sweden, on the Gulf of Bothnia. 81,088. * * * ▪ Sweden       town and capital of Västerbotten län (county), northeastern Sweden. It ...
umeboshi
u·me·bo·shi (o͞o'mə-bōʹshē) n. A salty, tart condiment made from pickled Japanese plums.   [Japanese : ume, Japanese plum + hoshi, dried (from hosu, to dry).] * * *
Umehara Ryūzaburō
▪ Japanese painter born March 9, 1888, Kyōto, Japan died Jan. 16, 1986, Tokyo       Western-style Japanese painter whose vibrant colours, dynamic brushstrokes, and ...
Umeki, Miyoshi
▪ 2008 Nancy Umeki        Japanese-born actress born May 8, 1929, Otaru, Japan died Aug. 28, 2007, Licking, Mo. was a nightclub singer in Japan before moving in 1955 ...
Umfolozi Game Reserve
▪ reserve, South Africa       wild animal sanctuary in northern KwaZulu/Natal province, South Africa. The reserve lies southwest of the Hluhluwe Game Reserve, about 35 ...
umiak
/ooh"mee ak'/, n. an open Eskimo boat that consists of a wooden frame covered with skins and provided with several thwarts: used for transport of goods and passengers. [1760-70; ...
UMIST
➡ University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. * * *
umlaut
/oom"lowt/, Ling. n. 1. a mark (¨) used as a diacritic over a vowel, as ä, ö, ü, to indicate a vowel sound different from that of the letter without the diacritic, esp. as so ...
Umlazi
▪ South Africa       urban area, southeastern KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. It lies along the south bank of the Mlazi (Umlazi) River and adjoins the city of ...
Umm al-Qaywayn
▪ emirate, United Arab Emirates also spelled  Umm al-Qaiwain        constituent emirate of the United Arab Emirates, located on the Arabian Peninsula facing the ...
Umm Kulthūm
▪ Egyptian musician also spelled  Oum Kulthoum  or  Om Kalsoum  born May 4, 1904?, Tummāy al-Zahāyrah, Egypt died February 3, 1975, Cairo       Egyptian singer, ...
Umm Saʿīd
▪ Qatar also called  Musayʿīd        town and port situated in Qatar, on the east coast of the Qatar Peninsula, in the Persian Gulf. It was established in 1949 as a ...
ummah
/um"euh/, n. Islam. the Islamic community. Also, umma. [1880-85; < Ar: lit., nation] * * *
UmnakIsland
Um·nak Island (o͞omʹnăk') An island of southwest Alaska in the east-central Aleutian Islands. It is separated from Unalaska Island by Umnak Pass. * * *
Umniati River
▪ river, Zimbabwe       river, tributary of the Zambezi River in north-central Zimbabwe. It has its source in the Daramumbe Range on the main watershed north of Chivhu. ...
ump
/ump/, n., v.t., v.i., Slang. umpire. [shortened form] * * *
umph
/euhm, euhmf/; spelling pron. /umf/, interj., v.i., v.t. humph. * * *
umpirage
/um"puyeur ij, -peuhr ij/, n. 1. the office or authority of an umpire. 2. the decision of an umpire; arbitrament. [1480-90; UMPIRE + -AGE] * * *
umpire
/um"puyeur/, n., v., umpired, umpiring. n. 1. a person selected to rule on the plays in a game. 2. one selected to settle disputes about the application of settled rules or ...
Umpqua
Ump·qua (ŭmpʹkwô') A river, about 322 km (200 mi) long, of southwest Oregon rising in two branches and flowing north and west to the Pacific Ocean. * * *
umpteen
/ump"teen"/, adj. Informal. innumerable;many. Also, umpsteen /ump"steen"/, umteen. [1915-20; ump(ty), fanciful designation for an indeterminate number (with -ty as in twenty, ...
umpteenth
/ump"teenth"/, adj. Informal. of an indefinitely large number in succession: He was the umpteenth person to arrive. Also, umteenth /um"teenth"/. [1915-20; UMPTEEN + -TH2] * * *
umpty-umpth
/ump"tee umpth"/, adj. umpteenth. Also, umpty-ump /ump"tee ump"/. * * *
umrahʿ
▪ Islam       the “minor pilgrimage” undertaken by Muslims whenever they enter Mecca. It is also meritorious, though optional, for Muslims residing in Mecca. Its ...
UMT
universal military training. * * *
Umtali
/oom tah"lee/, n. former name of Mutare. * * *
Umtata
/oom tah"teuh/, n. a city in and the capital of Transkei, SE Africa. 24,805. * * * ▪ South Africa       town, Eastern Cape province, South Africa. It was the capital ...
Umuahia
▪ Nigeria       town, capital of Abia state, southern Nigeria. It lies along the railroad from Port Harcourt to Enugu. It is an agricultural market centre and (since ...
Umvukwe Range
▪ mountains, Zimbabwe       mountain range in northern Zimbabwe, extending about 100 miles (160 km) north from the Hunyani River and rising to a high point of 5,748 feet ...
UMW
United Mine Workers. Also, U.M.W. * * *
un
/euhn/, pron. Dial. one: young uns; He's a bad un. Also, 'un. * * *
UN
See United Nations (def. 1). Also, U.N. * * *
UN Peacekeeping Operations Active in 1993, Table
▪ Table (troop strengths vary and should be considered approximate) Location Acronym Troops Begun Palestine UNTSO 224 ...
UN Security Council
➡ United Nations Security Council * * *
un-
un-1 a prefix meaning "not," freely used as an English formative, giving negative or opposite force in adjectives and their derivative adverbs and nouns (unfair; unfairly; ...
un-American
—un-Americanism, n. /un'euh mer"i keuhn/, adj. not American; not characteristic of or proper to the U.S.; foreign or opposed to the characters, values, standards, goals, etc., ...
un-Australian
adj. * * *
un-Austrian
adj. * * *
un-Brahminical
adj. * * *
un-English
/un ing"glish/, adj. 1. not English; not characteristic of the English. 2. not conforming to standard, accepted, or native English language usage. * * *
un-Eucharistic
adj. * * *
un-Eucharistical
adj.; un-Eucharistically, adv. * * *
un-European
adj. * * *
un-French
adj. * * *
un-German
adj. * * *
un-Jesuitic
adj. * * *
un-Jesuitical
adj.; un-Jesuitically, adv. * * *
un-Latinized
adj. * * *
un-Negro
adj. * * *
un-Victorian
adj. * * *
Una
/ooh"neuh, yooh"-/, n. a female given name: from a Latin word meaning "one." * * * ▪ India       town, southwestern Himachal Pradesh (Himāchal Pradesh) state, northern ...
una corda
/ooh"neuh kawr"deuh/; It. /ooh"nah kawrdd"dah/ with the soft pedal depressed (a musical direction in piano playing). [1840-50; < It: lit., one string, since depressing the soft ...
una corda pedal.
See soft pedal (def. 1). * * *
Una, The
▪ American periodical       American publication, founded by Paulina W. Davis (Davis, Paulina Kellogg Wright) in 1853, that was widely recognized as the first periodical ...
unabandoned
adj. * * *
unabandoning
adj. * * *
unabased
adj. * * *
unabashable
adj. * * *
unabashed
adj. * * *
unabashedly
adv. * * *
unabasing
adj. * * *
unabatable
adj. * * *
unabated
—unabatedly, adv. /un'euh bay"tid/, adj. with undiminished force, power, or vigor. [1605-15; UN-1 + ABATED] * * *
unabatedly
See unabated. * * *
unabating
adj.; unabatingly, adv. * * *
unabbreviated
adj. * * *
unabdicated
adj. * * *
unabdicating
adj. * * *
unabdicative
adj. * * *
unabducted
adj. * * *
unabetted
adj. * * *
unabetting
adj. * * *
unabhorred
adj. * * *
unabhorrently
adv. * * *
unabiding
adj.; unabidingly, adv.; unabidingness, n. * * *
unabject
adj.; unabjectly, adv.; unabjectness, n. * * *
unabjective
adj. * * *
unabjuratory
adj. * * *
unabjured
adj. * * *
unablative
adj. * * *
unable
/un ay"beuhl/, adj. lacking the necessary power, competence, etc., to accomplish some specified act: He was unable to swim. [1350-1400; ME; see UN-1, ABLE] Syn. See incapable. * ...
unabnegated
adj. * * *
unabnegating
adj. * * *
unabolishable
adj. * * *
unabolished
adj. * * *
Unabomber
the name used especially by the press and the police to refer to a person in the US who for 17 years (1978–95) sent bombs to people in universities and airline companies who he ...
unaborted
adj. * * *
unabortive
adj.; unabortively, adv.; unabortiveness, n. * * *
unabraded
adj. * * *
unabrasive
adj.; unabrasively, adv. * * *
unabridged
/un'euh brijd"/, adj. 1. not abridged or shortened, as a book. n. 2. a dictionary that has not been reduced in size by omission of terms or definitions; the most comprehensive ...
unabrogable
adj. * * *
unabrogated
adj. * * *
unabrogative
adj. * * *
unabruptly
adv. * * *
unabscessed
adj. * * *
unabsolved
adj. * * *
unabsorbable
adj. * * *
unabsorbed
adj. * * *
unabsorbent
adj. * * *
unabsorbing
adj.; unabsorbingly, adv. * * *
unabsorptive
adj.; unabsorptiveness, n. * * *
unabstemious
adj.; unabstemiously, adv.; unabstemiousness, n. * * *
unabstentious
adj. * * *
unabstracted
adj.; unabstractedly, adv.; unabstractedness, n. * * *
unabstractive
adj.; unabstractively, adv. * * *
unabusable
adj. * * *
unabused
adj. * * *
unabusive
adj.; unabusively, adv.; unabusiveness, n. * * *
unabutting
adj. * * *
unacademic
adj. * * *
unacademical
adj.; unacademically, adv. * * *
unacceding
adj. * * *
unaccelerated
adj. * * *
unaccelerative
adj. * * *
unaccented
/un ak"sen tid, un'ak sen"-/, adj. not accented; unstressed. [1590-1600; UN-1 + ACCENT + -ED2] * * *
unaccentuated
adj. * * *
unacceptable
adj.; unacceptableness, n.; unacceptably, adv. * * *
unacceptably
See unacceptability. * * *
unacceptance
n. * * *
unacceptant
adj. * * *
unaccepted
adj. * * *
unaccessible
adj.; unaccessibly, adv. * * *
unaccessional
adj. * * *
unaccidental
adj.; unaccidentally, adv. * * *
unacclaimed
adj. * * *
unacclimated
adj. * * *
unacclimatized
adj. * * *
unacclivitous
adj.; unacclivitously, adv. * * *
unaccommodable
adj. * * *
unaccommodated
/un'euh kom"euh day'tid/, adj. 1. not accommodated; not adapted. 2. not having accommodations. 3. not furnished with something wanted or needed; not given satisfaction: customers ...
unaccommodating
adj.; unaccommodatingly, adv. * * *
unaccompanied
/un'euh kum"peuh need/, adj. 1. not accompanied; alone: The shipment arrived unaccompanied by an invoice. 2. Music. without an accompaniment: a sonata for unaccompanied ...
unaccomplished
/un'euh kom"plisht/, adj. 1. not accomplished; incomplete or not carried out: Many tasks remain unaccomplished. 2. without accomplishments; inexpert: an unaccomplished ...
unaccordable
adj. * * *
unaccordant
adj. * * *
unaccorded
adj. * * *


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