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Aragonese
Aragonese Ar`a*go*nese, a. Of or pertaining to Aragon, in Spain, or to its inhabitants. -- n. sing. & pl. A native or natives of Aragon, in Spain.
Aragonite
Aragonite A*rag"o*nite, n. [From Aragon, in Spain.] (Min.) A mineral identical in composition with calcite or carbonate of lime, but differing from it in its crystalline form and some of its physical characters.
kabaragoya
Water monitor Wa"ter mon"i*tor (Zo["o]l.) A very large lizard (Varanaus salvator) native of India. It frequents the borders of streams and swims actively. It becomes five or six feet long. Called also two-banded monitor, and kabaragoya. The name is also applied to other aquatic monitors.
Myrsiphyllum asparagoides
Smilax Smi"lax, n. [L., bindweed, Gr. ???.] (Bot.) (a) A genus of perennial climbing plants, usually with a prickly woody stem; green brier, or cat brier. The rootstocks of certain species are the source of the medicine called sarsaparilla. (b) A delicate trailing plant (Myrsiphyllum asparagoides) much used for decoration. It is a native of the Cape of Good Hope.
Paragoge
Paragoge Par`a*go"ge, n. [L., fr. Gr. ?, from ? to lead beside, protract; ? beside + ? to lead.] 1. (Gram.) The addition of a letter or syllable to the end of a word, as withouten for without. 2. (Med.) Coaptation. [Obs.] --Dunglison.
Paragogic
Paragogic Par`a*gog"ic, Paragogical Par`a*gog"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. paragogique.] Of, pertaining to, or constituting, a paragoge; added to the end of, or serving to lengthen, a word. Paragogic letters, in the Semitic languages, letters which are added to the ordinary forms of words, to express additional emphasis, or some change in the sense.
Paragogic letters
Paragogic Par`a*gog"ic, Paragogical Par`a*gog"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. paragogique.] Of, pertaining to, or constituting, a paragoge; added to the end of, or serving to lengthen, a word. Paragogic letters, in the Semitic languages, letters which are added to the ordinary forms of words, to express additional emphasis, or some change in the sense.
Paragogical
Paragogic Par`a*gog"ic, Paragogical Par`a*gog"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. paragogique.] Of, pertaining to, or constituting, a paragoge; added to the end of, or serving to lengthen, a word. Paragogic letters, in the Semitic languages, letters which are added to the ordinary forms of words, to express additional emphasis, or some change in the sense.
Paragon
Paragon Par"a*gon, v. t. [Cf. OF. paragonner, F. parangonner.] 1. To compare; to parallel; to put in rivalry or emulation with. [Obs.] --Sir P. Sidney. 2. To compare with; to equal; to rival. [R.] --Spenser. In arms anon to paragon the morn, The morn new rising. --Glover. 3. To serve as a model for; to surpass. [Obs.] He hath achieved a maid That paragons description and wild fame. --Shak.
Paragon
Paragon Par"a*gon, v. i. To be equal; to hold comparison. [R.] Few or none could . . . paragon with her. --Shelton.
Paragonite
Paragonite Pa*rag"o*nite, n. [From Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to mislead.] (Min.) A kind of mica related to muscovite, but containing soda instead of potash. It is characteristic of the paragonite schist of the Alps.
Unparagoned
Unparagoned Un*par"a*goned, a. Having no paragon or equal; matchless; peerless. [R.] Your unparagoned mistress is dead. --Shak.

Meaning of Arago from wikipedia

- François Jean Arago (Catalan: Domènec Francesc Joan Aragó), known simply as François Arago (French: [fʁɑ̃swa aʁaɡo]; Catalan: Francesc Aragó, IPA: [fɾənˈsɛsk...
- Arago may refer to: Aragó, a family name of the kings of the Aragonese Crown Étienne Arago (1802–1892), French journalist, theater director, and politician;...
- Play media In optics, the Arago spot, Poisson spot, or Fresnel spot is a bright point that appears at the center of a circular object's shadow due to...
- Jacques Étienne Victor Arago (6 March 1790 – 27 November 1855) was a French writer, artist and explorer, author of a Voyage Round the World. Jacques was...
- Arago was the name of a number of ships and may refer to: Arago (1854), a schooner in service in the Coast Survey/Coast and Geodetic Survey from 1854...
- Arago – City of London Police's Special Crimes Investigator (AR∀GO -ロンドン市警特殊犯罪捜査官-, Arago -Rondon Shikei Tokushu Hanzai Sōsa-kan-) is a ****anese manga...
- Marie Arago, born Marie-Anne Roig (3 November 1755 – 5 September 1845) was a French woman, wife of François Bonaventure Arago and mother of François,...
- Arago's rotations is an observable magnetic phenomenon that involves the interactions between a magnetized needle and a moving metal disk. The effect...
- Perpignan, the youngest of the four Arago brothers. His parents were François Bonaventure Arago (1754–1814) and Marie Arago (1755–1845). He entered the École...
- François Arago, whose name now appears on the plaques or medallions tracing the route of the meridian through Paris (see below). Biot and Arago published...
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