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Bilaminar
Bilaminar Bi*lam"i*nar, Bilaminate Bi*lam"i*nate, a. [Pref. bi- + laminar, laminate.] Formed of, or having, two lamin[ae], or thin plates.
Illuminary
Illuminary Il*lu"mi*na*ry, a. Illuminative.
Interlaminar
Interlamellar In`ter*lam"el*lar, Interlaminar In`ter*lam"i*nar, a. (Anat.) Between lammell[ae] or lamin[ae]; as, interlamellar spaces.
Laminar
Laminar Lam"i*nar, Laminal Lam"i*nal, a. [Cf. F. laminaire. See Lamina] In, or consisting of, thin plates or layers; having the form of a thin plate or lamina.
Laminaria digitata
Sea girdles Sea" gir"dles (Bot.) A kind of kelp (Laminaria digitata) with palmately cleft fronds; -- called also sea wand, seaware, and tangle.
Laminaria saccharina
Tangle Tan"gle, n. 1. [Cf. Icel. [thorn]["o]ngull. See Tang seaweed.] (Bot.) Any large blackish seaweed, especially the Laminaria saccharina. See Kelp. Coral and sea fan and tangle, the blooms and the palms of the ocean. --C. Kingsley. 2. [From Tangle, v.] A knot of threads, or other thing, united confusedly, or so interwoven as not to be easily disengaged; a snarl; as, hair or yarn in tangles; a tangle of vines and briers. Used also figuratively. 3. pl. An instrument consisting essentially of an iron bar to which are attached swabs, or bundles of frayed rope, or other similar substances, -- used to capture starfishes, sea urchins, and other similar creatures living at the bottom of the sea. Blue tangle. (Bot.)See Dangleberry. Tangle picker (Zo["o]l.), the turnstone. [Prov. Eng.]
Laminarian
Laminarian Lam`i*na"ri*an, a. Pertaining to seaweeds of the genus Laminaria, or to that zone of the sea (from two to ten fathoms in depth) where the seaweeds of this genus grow.
Laminarite
Laminarite Lam"i*na*rite, n. [See Lamina.] (Paleon.) A broad-leafed fossil alga.
Laminary
Laminary Lam"i*na*ry, a. Laminar.
Lapis calaminaris
Lapis La"pis, n.; pl. Lapides. [L.] A stone. Lapis calaminaris. [NL.] (Min.) Calamine. Lapis infernalis. [L.] Fused nitrate of silver; lunar caustic.
Luminaries
Luminary Lu"mi*na*ry, n.; pl. Luminaries, [F. luminaire, L. luminare a light or lamp, which was lighted in the churches, a luminary, fr. lumen, luminis, light, fr. lucere to be light, to shine, lux, lucis, light. See Light.] 1. Any body that gives light, especially one of the heavenly bodies. `` Radiant luminary.' --Skelton. Where the great luminary . . . Dispenses light from far. --Milton. 2. One who illustrates any subject, or enlightens mankind; as, Newton was a distinguished luminary.
Luminary
Luminary Lu"mi*na*ry, n.; pl. Luminaries, [F. luminaire, L. luminare a light or lamp, which was lighted in the churches, a luminary, fr. lumen, luminis, light, fr. lucere to be light, to shine, lux, lucis, light. See Light.] 1. Any body that gives light, especially one of the heavenly bodies. `` Radiant luminary.' --Skelton. Where the great luminary . . . Dispenses light from far. --Milton. 2. One who illustrates any subject, or enlightens mankind; as, Newton was a distinguished luminary.
Minaret
Minaret Min"a*ret, n. [Sp. minarete, Ar. man[=a]rat lamp, lantern, lighthouse, turret, fr. n[=a]r to shine.] (Arch.) A slender, lofty tower attached to a mosque and surrounded by one or more projecting balconies, from which the summon to prayer is cried by the muezzin.
Minargent
Minargent Min*ar"gent, n. [Prob. contr. from aluminium + L. argentum silver.] An alloy consisting of copper, nickel, tungsten, and aluminium; -- used by jewelers.
Preliminarily
Preliminarily Pre*lim"i*na*ri*ly, adv. In a preliminary manner.
Proseminary
Proseminary Pro*sem"i*na*ry, n. A seminary which prepares pupils for a higher institution. --T. Warton.
Seminar
Seminar Sem`i*nar", n. [G. See Seminary, n.] A group of students engaged, under the guidance of an instructor, in original research in a particular line of study, and in the exposition of the results by theses, lectures, etc.; -- called also seminary.
Seminaries
Seminary Sem"i*na*ry, n.; pl. Seminaries. [L. seminarium, fr. seminarius belonging to seed, fr. semon, seminis, seed. See Seminal.] 1. A piece of ground where seed is sown for producing plants for transplantation; a nursery; a seed plat. [Obs.] --Mortimer. But if you draw them [seedling] only for the thinning of your seminary, prick them into some empty beds. --Evelyn. 2. Hence, the place or original stock whence anything is brought or produced. [Obs.] --Woodward. 3. A place of education, as a scool of a high grade, an academy, college, or university. 4. Seminal state. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne. 5. Fig.: A seed bed; a source. [Obs.] --Harvey. 6. A Roman Catholic priest educated in a foreign seminary; a seminarist. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor.
Seminary
Seminary Sem"i*na*ry, a. [L. seminarius.] Belonging to seed; seminal. [R.]
Seminary
Seminary Sem"i*na*ry, n.; pl. Seminaries. [L. seminarium, fr. seminarius belonging to seed, fr. semon, seminis, seed. See Seminal.] 1. A piece of ground where seed is sown for producing plants for transplantation; a nursery; a seed plat. [Obs.] --Mortimer. But if you draw them [seedling] only for the thinning of your seminary, prick them into some empty beds. --Evelyn. 2. Hence, the place or original stock whence anything is brought or produced. [Obs.] --Woodward. 3. A place of education, as a scool of a high grade, an academy, college, or university. 4. Seminal state. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne. 5. Fig.: A seed bed; a source. [Obs.] --Harvey. 6. A Roman Catholic priest educated in a foreign seminary; a seminarist. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor.
seminary
Seminar Sem`i*nar", n. [G. See Seminary, n.] A group of students engaged, under the guidance of an instructor, in original research in a particular line of study, and in the exposition of the results by theses, lectures, etc.; -- called also seminary.
Triluminar
Triluminar Tri*lu"mi*nar, Triluminous Tri*lu"mi*nous, a. [Pref. tri- + L. lumen, luminis, light.] Having three lights [R.]
Unseminared
Unseminared Un*sem"i*nared, a. [See 1st Un-, and Semen.] Deprived of virility, or seminal energy; made a eunuch. [Obs.]

Meaning of Minar from wikipedia

- The Qutb Minar, also spelled as Qutub Minar and Qutab Minar, is a minaret and "victory tower" that forms part of the Qutb complex, a UNESCO World Heritage...
- Delhi Sultanate at Mehrauli in Delhi in India. Construction of the Qutub Minar "victory tower" in the complex, named after the religious figure Sufi Saint...
- Minaret (/ˌmɪnəˈrɛt, ˈmɪnəˌrɛt/; Persian: گل‌دسته‎ goldasteh, Azerbaijani: minarə, Turkish: minare, from Arabic: منارة‎ manarah) is a type of tower typically...
- Minar-e-****stan (Urdu: مینارِ پاکستان‎) is a national monument located in La****, ****stan. The tower was built between 1960 and 1968 on the site where...
- The Shaheed Minar (Bengali: শহীদ মিনার Shohid Minar lit. "Martyr Monument") is a national monument in Dhaka, Bangladesh, established to commemorate those...
- Hiran Minar (Urdu: ہرن مینار‎; or "The Deer Tower") is an early 17th-century Mughal era complex located in Sheikhupura, in the ****stani province of Punjab...
- The Kos Minars (translated: Mile Pillars) are medieval Indian milestones along the Grand Trunk Road in northern Indian subcontinent, that were introduced...
- The Chand Minar or the Tower of the Moon is a medieval tower in Daulatabad, India. The tower is located in the state of Maharashtra near the Daulatabad-...
- The Mini Qutub Minar (local: Chhota Qutub Minar, Mini Minar, Kaushal Minar, Hastsal ki Laat) is a minaret tower in Hastsal village in Uttam Nagar, West...
- Firoz Minar (also known as Firuz Minar) (English: Tower of Firoz/Firuz) is a five-store**** tower situated at Gaur, West Bengal, India. It was built by...
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