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Archebiosis
Archebiosis Ar`che*bi*o"sis, n. [Pref. arche- = archi- + Gr. bi`wsis, bi`os, life.] The origination of living matter from non-living. See Abiogenesis. --Bastian.
Arched
Arch Arch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Arched; p. pr. & vb. n. Arching.] 1. To cover with an arch or arches. 2. To form or bend into the shape of an arch. The horse arched his neck. --Charlesworth.
Arched
Arched Arched, a. Made with an arch or curve; covered with an arch; as, an arched door.
arched
Concaved Con"caved, a. (Her.) Bowed in the form of an arch; -- called also arched.
Archegonial
Archegonial Ar`che*go"ni*al, a. Relating to the archegonium.
Archegonium
Archegonium Ar`che*go"ni*um, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? the first of a race.] (Bot.) The pistillidium or female organ in the higher cryptogamic plants, corresponding to the pistil in flowering plants.
Archegony
Archegony Ar*cheg"o*ny, n. [See Archegonium.] (Biol.) Spontaneous generation; abiogenesis.
Archelogy
Archelogy Ar*chel"o*gy, n. [Gr. ? an element or first principle + -logy.] The science of, or a treatise on, first principles. --Fleming.
Archemora rigida
Cowbane Cow"bane` (kou"b[=a]n`), n. (Bot.) A poisonous umbelliferous plant; in England, the Cicuta virosa; in the United States, the Cicuta maculata and the Archemora rigida. See Water hemlock.
Archencephala
Archencephala Ar`chen*ceph"a*la, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. pref. ? + ? the brain.] (Zo["o]l.) The division that includes man alone. --R. Owen.
Archenemy
Archenemy Arch`en"e*my, n. [Pref. arch- + enemy.] A principal enemy. Specifically, Satan, the grand adversary of mankind. --Milton.
Archenteric
Archenteric Arch`en*ter"ic, a. (Biol.) Relating to the archenteron; as, archenteric invagination.
Archenteron
Archenteron Arch`en"ter*on, n. [Pref. arch- + Gr. ? intestine.] (Biol.) The primitive enteron or undifferentiated digestive sac of a gastrula or other embryo. See Illust. under Invagination.
Archeological
Archeology Ar`che*ol"o*gy, n., Archeological Ar`che*o*log`ic*al, a. Same as Arch[ae]ology, etc.
Archeology
Archeology Ar`che*ol"o*gy, n., Archeological Ar`che*o*log`ic*al, a. Same as Arch[ae]ology, etc.
Archer
Archer Arch"er, n. [archier, F. archer, LL. arcarius, fr. L. arcus bow. See Arc, Arch, n.] A bowman, one skilled in the use of the bow and arrow.
Archer fish
Archer fish Arch"er fish` (Zo["o]l.) A small fish (Toxotes jaculator), of the East Indies; -- so called from its ejecting drops of water from its mouth at its prey. The name is also applied to Ch[ae]todon rostratus.
Archeress
Archeress Arch"er*ess, n. A female archer. --Markham.
Archership
Archership Arch"er*ship, n. The art or skill of an archer.
Archery
Archery Arch"er*y, n. [OE. archerie.] 1. The use of the bow and arrows in battle, hunting, etc.; the art, practice, or skill of shooting with a bow and arrows. 2. Archers, or bowmen, collectively. Let all our archery fall off In wings of shot a-both sides of the van. --Webster (1607).
Arches
Arches Arch"es, pl. of Arch, n. Court of arches, or Arches Court (Eng. Law), the court of appeal of the Archbishop of Canterbury, whereof the judge, who sits as deputy to the archbishop, is called the Dean of the Arches, because he anciently held his court in the church of St. Mary-le-Bow (de arcubus). It is now held in Westminster. --Mozley & W.
Arches Court
Arches Arch"es, pl. of Arch, n. Court of arches, or Arches Court (Eng. Law), the court of appeal of the Archbishop of Canterbury, whereof the judge, who sits as deputy to the archbishop, is called the Dean of the Arches, because he anciently held his court in the church of St. Mary-le-Bow (de arcubus). It is now held in Westminster. --Mozley & W.
Archetypal
Archetypal Ar"che*ty`pal, a. Of or pertaining to an archetype; consisting a model (real or ideal) or pattern; original. ``One archetypal mind.' --Gudworth. Note: Among Platonists, the archetypal world is the world as it existed as an idea of God before the creation.
Archetypally
Archetypally Ar"che*ty`pal*ly, adv. With reference to the archetype; originally. ``Parts archetypally distinct.' --Dana.
Archetypical
Archetypical Ar`che*typ"ic*al, a. Relating to an archetype; archetypal.
Branchial arches
Branchial Bran"chi*al, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to branchi[ae] or gills. Branchial arches, the bony or cartilaginous arches which support the gills on each side of the throat of fishes and amphibians. See Illustration in Appendix. Branchial clefts, the openings between the branchial arches through which water passes.
Clearstarched
Clearstarch Clear"starch`, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Clearstarched; p. pr. & vb. n. Clearstraching.] To stiffen with starch, and then make clear by clapping with the hands; as, to clearstarch muslin.
Clearstarcher
Clearstarcher Clear"starch`er, n. One who clearstarches.
Countermarched
Countermarch Coun`ter*march" (koun`t?r-m?rch"), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Countermarched (-m?rcht"); p. pr. & vb. n. Countermarching.] (Mil.) To march back, or to march in reversed order. The two armies marched and countermarched, drew near and receded. --Macaulay.
Court of arches
Arches Arch"es, pl. of Arch, n. Court of arches, or Arches Court (Eng. Law), the court of appeal of the Archbishop of Canterbury, whereof the judge, who sits as deputy to the archbishop, is called the Dean of the Arches, because he anciently held his court in the church of St. Mary-le-Bow (de arcubus). It is now held in Westminster. --Mozley & W.

Meaning of Arche from wikipedia

- Arche (/ˈɑːrki/; Ancient Gr****: ἀρχή. Sometimes also transcribed as arkhé) is a Gr**** word with primary senses "beginning", "origin" or "source of action"...
- La Grande Arche de la Défense (French: [la ɡʁɑ̃d aʁʃ də la defɑ̃s]; "The Great Arch of the Defense"), also called La Grande Arche de la Fraternité...
- Arche is the beginning or the first principle of the world in the ancient Gr**** philosophy. Arche may also refer to: Arche (mythology), a Muse Arche (moon)...
- "Arche-writing" (French: archi-écriture) is a term used by French philosopher Jacques Derrida in his attempt to re-orient the relationship between speech...
- ArcheAge is an MMORPG developed by Korean developer Jake Song (former developer of Lineage) and his development company, XL Games. The game was released...
- Arche (stylized as ARCHE, Gr**** for "the origin") is the ninth studio album by ****anese metal band Dir En Grey, released on December 10, 2014. It was preceded...
- Arche (Ancient Gr****: Ἀρχή) in ancient Gr**** religion was the muse of origins and beginnings. She was one of the five later identified (Boeotian) muses...
- Archai may refer to: the plural of Arche, the beginning or the first principle of the world in the ancient Gr**** philosophy Archai (journal), a philosophy...
- Arche /ˈɑːrkiː/, also known as Jupiter XLIII, is a moon of Jupiter. It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott...
- L'Arche is an international private voluntary organization that works for the creation and growth of homes, programs, and support networks with people...
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