Definitions :

An anagram can be a word of any size from the mother word : That sentence is a beautiful definition of the anagram.
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An anagram can be a word of any size using only those letters from its mother word. 
An anagram does not have to use all the words of the mother word to be an anagram.

perfect anagrams :: defined as using all the letters of a word or name to make another name or word or meaningful phrase or revealing, using all the letters of the name, phrase or word, adding none, omitting none.

The below definitions are from the American Heritage on CD unless otherwise noted.
Source definitions have been editied and html encoded for clarity of reading on the net.

abundant : From the Latin abundare, meaning to overflow, overflowing.
  1 : plentiful; in great quantity; fully sufficient;  as, an abundant supply.
  2 : abounding (in something)
  Synonyms : ample, copious, exuberant, luxuriant, plentiful, plenteous

adust adj. 1. Burned; scorched.
  2. Archaic : Browned by the sun; sunburned.
  3. Archaic Melancholy in appearance; gloomy.

afford : afforded, affording, affords
1. To have the financial means for; be able to meet the cost of.
2. To be able to spare or give up.
3. To be able to do or bear without disadvantage or risk to oneself.
4. To make available; provide.
[Middle English aforthen from Old English geforthian to carry out ge- perfective pref.; See yclept forthian to further( from forth forth, forward).]

anadem  n. Archaic 1. A wreath or garland for the head.
[Latin anadma from Greek from anadein to bind up ana- ana- dein to bind]

analog : "Analog living is time-based, tied to linear continuity: past, present and future. Digital living consists of ones and zeros:
     there is the form (1) and the void (0): always this moment and no other." By, Daniel Jacob

anomie  or anomy  n. 1. Social instability caused by steady erosion of standards and values. 2. Alienation and purposelessness experienced by a person or a class as a result of a lack of standards and values. 3. Personal disorganization resulting in unsocial behavior. [French from Greek anomia lawlessness from anomos lawless a- without; See a- 1 nomos law; See nem-  in Indo-European Roots.]

anonym  n. 1. An anonymous person. 2. A pseudonym. [French anonyme from Late Latin an½nymus anonymous; See anonymous ]

archaic ( ar-kA ik) also archaical : adj. Abbr. arch. 1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a much earlier, often more primitive period: an archaic bronze statuette. 2. No longer current or applicable; antiquated: archaic laws. 3. Of, relating to, or characteristic of words and language that were once common but are now used chiefly to suggest an earlier style or period. [Greek arkhaikos old-fashioned from arkhaios ancient from arkh beginning from arkhein to begin] archaically adv.

Ate : (Ay' tay) n. Greek Mythology 1. The goddess of criminal rashness and consequent punishment.
   Explanation = Everything is put in the charge of an angel, even the Word, hates.  This Goddess handles and heals the hates.

atelier : noun
1. A workshop or studio, especially for an artist or a designer.
   [French from Old French astelier carpenter's shop from astele splinter from Late Latin astella alteration of
     Latin astula, diminutive of assis board]

Aton  also Aten  n. Mythology
1. An Egyptian god of the sun, regarded during the reign of Akhenaton as the only god.

autopsy : noun : plural is autopsies : 1. Examination of a cadaver to determine or confirm the cause of death.
Also Called necropsy. Also Called postmortem. Also Called postmortem examination.
2. A critical assessment or examination after the fact : a post-election campaign autopsy.
[From the Greek autopsia a seeing for oneself auto- opsis sight]
autopsic or autopsical, adjective :: autopsist, noun

ballyhoo : n. pl. ballyhoos 1. Sensational or clamorous advertising. 2. Noisy shouting or uproar.
v. tr. bal·ly·hooed bal·ly·hoo·ing bal·ly·hoos 1. To advertise by sensational methods. [Origin unknown]
Notes: The origin of ballyhoo has been the subject of much speculation. This spelling has actually
graced four different words: ballyhoo, “ sensational advertising ”; ballyhoo, a spelling of balao, a kind
of fish; ballyhoo, a part of the name ballyhoo bird, about which more later; and ballyhoo, a sailor's
epithet for a disliked ship. This last ballyhoo (first recorded in 1836) was thought to be related to, or the
same as, the word ballahou, from Spanish balahú, “ a type of schooner common in the Antilles. ” First
recorded in 1867, ballahou, besides being a term for a specific kind of ship, was also used
contemptuously of inferior ships. But the connection between these sailing terms or the name of the fish
and our word ballyhoo, first recorded in 1901, has not been established. There may, however, be a tie
between ballyhoo and the creature called a ballyhoo bird. According to a July 1880 article in Harper's,
the bird had four wings and two heads and could whistle through one bill while singing through the
other. Anyone who has ever hunted a snipe will know what hunting ballyhoo birds was like.
Source : American Heritage Dictionary on CD

["When people vote to Impeach it is important.  It reminds Americans that the Constitution provides
  the means for removing an Imperial President and officials who commit high crimes."

The administration's crimes, including its lies and deceptions, are becoming increasingly
exposed in the public discourse and media. Pressure is growing for Congressional hearings
on the Administration's lies and deliberate manipulation of "intelligence data" related to the
much ballyhooed connection between Iraq and Al' Qaeda and the patently false claim
about the "grave and imminent threat" posed by Iraq's alleged Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Under these circumstances it is all the more important to expand the grassroots VotetoImpeach campaign.]

BILLS : definition #8. Law A document presented to a court and containing a formal statement of a case, complaint, or petition.

birkie ( bur' kee) Scots n.
1. A man, especially one who is spirited and energetic.
1. Lively; spirited; cocky.

blithe  adj. blither blithest
1. Carefree and lighthearted.
2. Lacking or showing a lack of due concern; casual :
    He poke with blithe ignorance of the true situation.
See note at jolly.
[Middle English from Old English blithe]
blithely adv.
blitheness n.
blithe : blithely : with synonyms.
1. (adj.) Extremely happy; overjoyed:
   ; exuberant
   ; cheerful
   ; cheery
   ; ecstatic
   ; elated
   ; exultant
   ; glad
   ; happy
   ; high
   ; delighted
   ; joyful
   ; joyous
   ; jubilant
   ; rapturous

blueprint  n.
1. A photographic reproduction, as of architectural plans or technical drawings, rendered as white lines on a blue background. Also Called cyanotype .
2. A detailed plan of action. See note at plan .
v. tr. blue;print;ed blue;print;ing blue;prints
1. To make a blueprint of.
2. To lay a plan for.

bosh  Informal n. 1. Nonsense. interj. 1. Used to express disbelief or annoyance.
[Turkish boÍ empty]

bunyip ( buhn' yip) n. Australian
1. An imaginary monster inhabiting swamps and lagoons.
2. An imposter; a fake.
[Wemba (Aboriginal language of southwestern Australia) banib]

burin ( byoor' in : bur' in) n.
1. A steel cutting tool with a sharp beveled point, used in engraving or carving stone.
2. The style or technique of an engraver's work.
3. Archaeology An early flint tool with a head like a chisel.
[French probably from obsolete Italian burino of Germanic origin]

CANON is an established principle. (Religions errantly identify their beliefs as canons.)

canny  adj. cannier, canniest
1. Careful and shrewd, especially where one's own interests are concerned.
2. Cautious in spending money; frugal.
3. Scots
a. Steady, restrained, and gentle.
b. Snug and quiet.
 cannily adv. canniness n.

captious adj.
1. Marked by a disposition to find and point out trivial faults.
2. Intended to entrap or confuse, as in an argument: a captious question.
[Middle English capcious from Old French captieux from Latin captiosus from captio seizure, sophism from captus, past participle of capere to seize]
captiously : adv.  captiousness n.

captor n.
1. One that takes another as a captive.
[Late Latin captor hunter from Latin capere to seize]

ceding   to yield, to grant.

cense  v. tr. censed, censing, censes 1. To perfume with incense. 2. To burn incense to.

celestial (sill ess chee ull) : adjective
1. Of or relating to the sky or the heavens: Planets are celestial bodies
2. Of or relating to heaven; divine: celestial beings.
3. Supremely good; sublime: celestial happiness.
4. Celestial  Of or relating to the Chinese people, or to one of the former Chinese Empires.
noun.  1. A heavenly being; a god or angel.
adverb  celestially

cion  : noun : 1. Variant of  scion. scion  n. 1. A descendant or an heir.

coign  : noun : 2. A keystone.

condign : adjective : 1. Deserved; worthy

cone : noun : 4. Physiology One of the photoreceptors in the retina of the eye that
is responsible for daylight and color vision. These photoreceptors are most densely
concentrated in the fovea centralis, creating the area of greatest visual acuity.

con 1 : advverb : 1. In opposition or disagreement; against: debated the issue pro and con.
  noun : 1. An argument or opinion against something. 2. One that holds an opposing opinion or view.

con 2   v. tr. conned con;ning cons 1. To study, peruse, or examine carefully. 2. To learn or commit to memory. [Middle English connen to know.]

con 4  Slang v. tr. conned conning cons 1. To swindle (a victim) by first winning his or her confidence; dupe.
n. 1. A swindle.
adj. 1. Of, relating to, or involving a swindle or a fraud: a con artist; a con job. [Short for confidence ]

corntainers : also : corn-tainers : new name word created by Wild Oats for organic/recycleable containers.
A more accurate name is NatureWorks PLA, polyactic acid, produced by Cargill Dow LLC, in Blair Nebraska,
this product was first used by Coca-Cola at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah. This product also requires 20 to 50
percent less energy to produce. Cargill is based in Minnetonka, Minn. Source : 20040325rgb1

corporate : press the link to the Star Arts of CORPORATE

corpus : noun, plural : corpora : Abbr. cor.
1. A large collection of writings of a specific kind or on a specific subject.
2. The principal or capital, as distinguished from the interest or income, as of a fund or estate.
3. Anatomy a. The main part of a bodily structure or organ. b. A distinct bodily mass or organ having a specific function.
4. Music The overall length of a violin.

cur : n.
1. A dog considered to be inferior or undesirable; a mongrel.
2. A base or cowardly person.

deign : verb : deigned, deigning, deigns; v. intr. 1. To think it appropriate to one's dignity; condescend:
v. tr. 1. To condescend to give or grant; vouchsafe.

dene n. Chiefly British
1. A sandy tract or dune by the seashore.
[Possibly East Frisian dune, a sand dune akin to dune ]

dingo  n. pl. dingoes 1. A wild dog (Canis dingo)  of Australia, having a reddish-brown or yellowish-brown coat.
[Dharuk (Aboriginal language of southeast Australia) diÕgu]

dharna  also dhurna  n.
1. A fast conducted at the door of an offender, especially a debtor, in India
as a means of obtaining compliance with a demand for justice, such as payment of a debt.
[Hindi dharna from Prakrit dharaña.]
 dhurna n. 1. Variant of  dharna.

diadem  n.
1. A crown worn as a sign of royalty.
2. Royal power or dignity.
v. tr. diademed, diademing, diadems
1. To adorn with or as if with a diadem.
[Middle English diademe from Old French from Latin diadma from Greek band from diadein to bind around dia- dia- dein d-to bind]

digital : adjective : operating on the basis of the 0 and the 1 as the only two datums of data.
    "Digital living consists of ones and zeros: there is the form (1) and the void (0): always this moment and no other." - Daniel Jacob
      Daniel's web site :

Dione  n. 1. Greek Mythology : The mother of Aphrodite by Zeus. 2. The satellite of Saturn that is 11th in distance from the planet.
dowry ( dou'r) n. pl. dowries 1. Money or property brought by a bride to her husband at marriage. Also Called dower . 2. A sum of money required of a postulant at a convent. 3. A natural endowment or gift; a talent. 4. Archaic See dower .

dogie  also dogy  n. pl. dogies Western U.S. 1. A stray or motherless calf. [Origin unknown]
Notes: In the language of the American West, a motherless calf is known as a dogie.  In Western Words  Ramon F. Adams gives one possible etymology for dogie,  whose origin is unknown. During the 1880's, when a series of harsh winters left large numbers of orphaned calves, the little calves, weaned too early, were unable to digest coarse range grass, and their swollen bellies 'very much resembled a batch of sourdough carried in a sack.' Such a calf was referred to as dough-guts.  The term, altered to dogie  according to Adams, 'has been used ever since throughout cattleland to refer to a pot-gutted orphan calf.' Another possibility is that dogie  is an alteration of Spanish dogal,  'lariat.'   
  dogy  n. Western U.S. 1. Variant of  dogie .

drought ( drout) also drouth ( drouth) noun
1. A long period of abnormally low rainfall, especially one that adversely affects growing or living conditions.
2. A prolonged dearth or shortage.
  droughty adj.

ecumenist noun name : ecumenism noun name :
1. A movement promoting unity among Christian churches or denominations.
2. A movement promoting worldwide unity among religions through greater cooperation and improved understanding.

electranet : word used by Al Gore to describe the homes and businesses selling and buying
     electricity on the grid, using solar and wind and other non-polluting energy generators. [Sept 2006]

ESS is the female ESSence.
  ESS is the feminine creative energy of All That Is.
   ESS is the goddESS ESSence.
    We are onenESS within onenESS.

egis  n. 1. Variant of : aegis : aegis means, protection, under the care of, divine protection
1. Protection : a child whose welfare is now under the aegis of the courts.
2. Sponsorship; patronage: 'saints sit in nations in Love's aegis.' Kathy Uno
3. Greek Mythology The shield or breastplate of Zeus, later an attribute of Athena, carrying at its center the head of Medusa.
    [Latin from Greek aigis]

emancipate verb transitive : emancipated,  emancipating, emancipates
1. To free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate.
2. Law To release (a child) from the control of parents or a guardian.
emancipative or emancipatory : adjective; emancipator : noun : name

ERACISM : We define eracism at the Star Art of AMERICANS

Eris n. Greek Mythology 1. The goddess of discord.

Eros  n. Eros is one more sacred name for Love/God/Goddess, some say Ra, some say Ma, some say Jah,
there are many sacred names for Our One sOurce, Love.  Eros is God of Love, others like name, The Great Spirit ...
there are many names for Eros, such as Oden or Odin, Wakan Tanka, Sol, Amen-RA, on and on.  The word Eros has
been relegated by the lexicons to come from mythology and so not real, and in psychiatry, source of all that is is relegated to just sex.

eros : Eros is Love, source of all that is.

fado ( fA' thoo or f ahth' O) nour : plural : fados : Music 1. A sad Portuguese folksong. [Portuguese from Latin fAtum, fate; See fate ]

Fata the Goddess of Fate : now you know why it is the Lady of the Fatima who brought dire prophecy to the three children.

fate : 'you set the feats, and this sets the fates.' - ku
   'the feat is the father of the fate.'  - ku
  'Goddess is the Mother of the Three Fates.' - ku :: Link will give you our internal search page   Search a feat, create a fate.

fay (fAy) v. tr. intr. fayed, faying, fays 1. To join or fit closely or tightly.

fen : n. 1. Low, flat, swampy land; a bog or marsh. [Middle English from Old English fenn]

fend ( fend) v. fended fending fends v. tr.
1. To ward off. Often used with off : fend off an attack.
2. Archaic To defend.
v. intr.
1. To make an effort to resist: fend against the cold.
2. To attempt to manage without assistance: The children had to fend for themselves
while their parents worked. [Middle English fenden short for defenden to defend]

fere ( fir) n. Archaic
1. A companion.
2. A spouse.
[Middle English from Old English gefra.]

fernery : n. pl. ferneries
1. A place or container in which ferns are grown.
2. A bed or collection of ferns.

fey adj. 1. a. Having or displaying an otherworldly, magical, or fairylike aspect or quality
b. Having visionary power; clairvoyant.
c. Appearing touched or crazy, as if under a spell.
2. Scots a. Fated to die soon.
b. Full of the sense of approaching death.
[Middle English feie fated to die from Old English faege]
feyly adv. feyness n. Notes: The history of the words fey and fay illustrates a rather fey coincidence. Our word fay, 'fairy, elf,' the descendant of Middle English faie, 'a person or place possessed of magical properties,' and first recorded around 1390, goes back to Old French fae, 'fairy,' the same word that has given us fairy. Fae in turn comes from Vulgar Latin Fata, 'the goddess of fate,' from Latin fatum, 'fate.' If fay goes back to fate, so does fey in a manner of speaking, for its Old English ancestor faege meant 'fated to die.' The sense we are more familiar with, 'magical or fairylike in quality, ' seems to have arisen partly because of the resemblance in sound between fay and fey.

fora : noun 1. A plural of  forum : forum : pl. forums also fora
1. a. The public square or marketplace of an ancient Roman city that was the assembly place for judicial activity and public business.
b. A public meeting place for open discussion.
c. A medium of open discussion or voicing of ideas, such as a newspaper or a radio or television program.
2. A public meeting or presentation involving a discussion usually among experts and often including audience participation.
3. A court of law; a tribunal.

ford n.
1. A shallow place in a body of water, such as a river, where one can cross by walking or riding on an animal or in a vehicle.
v. tr. forded fording fords
1. To cross (a body of water) at a ford.
fordable : adj.

forefend v. 1. Variant of  forfend . forfend  also forefend ; v. tr. forfended, forfending, forfends
1. a. To keep or ward off; avert. b. Archaic To forbid.
2. To defend or protect.
[Middle English forfenden for- for- fenden to ward off; See fend ]

forehand adj.
1. Made or done with the hand moving palm forward: a hard forehand on her head
2. Obsolete Taking place, done, or given beforehand; prior.
1. A forehand stroke, as in tennis.
2. The part of a horse in front of the rider.
1. With a forehand stroke or motion.

foreran v. 1. Past tense of  forerun :  forerun : v. tr. foreran, forerun, forerunning, foreruns
1. To run before.
2. To precede as an indication of what is to follow; foreshadow.
3. To prevent from arriving or occurring; forestall.

Fortuna noun Roman Mythology 1. Goddess Fortuna : The Goddess of Fortune.

genic  adj. 1. Of, relating to, produced by, or being genes or a gene. genically adv.

geoid  n. 1. The hypothetical surface of the earth that coincides everywhere with mean sea level. [German from Greek geoeids earthlike g earth -oeid s -oid]

gie  v. Scots 1. Variant of  give .

Hafun ha-foon') Cape Hafun
1. A promontory of northeast Somalia on the Indian Ocean. It is the easternmost point of Africa.

hared : haring, hares v. intr. 1. To move hurriedly, as if hunting a swift quarry:

HELOT: Slave

HENT: To grasp physically, or to apprehend and understand.

hie : hied, hieing, hying, hies v. intr. 1. To go quickly; hasten.
[Middle English hien from Old English higian, to strive, exert oneself]

impresario n. pl. impresarios
1. One who sponsors or produces entertainment, especially the director of an opera company.
2. A manager; a producer.
[Italian from impresa undertaking, from feminine past participle of imprendere to undertake from Vulgar Latin *imprendere ; See emprise]

intimate 2 ( in ta mAt) v. tr. intimated, intimating, intimates
            1. To make known subtly and indirectly; hint. See note at suggest in American Heritage CD.
            2. To announce; proclaim.
             [Latin intimAre, intimAt, to make known, from intimus : innermost]
            intimater : noun
            intimation : noun
            This word was entered while burnishing MEDITATION on the web site on 20060221.      
            This word is within the Star Arts of MEDITATON, unshowing on the Star Arts as of this day.
            This word is a key of keys within one’s meditations.  Intimus, in Latin, is innermost in English. Intimus : Innermost : Good word.

This is meditation.  OM : IN MEDITATION I INTIMATE I AM AN I AM : OM

INDRA : (iN dra) n. Hinduism 1. A principal Vedic deity associated with rain and thunder.

LITHE: Flexible

Mahakala : the name of Shiva as divine destructor.

malison  n. Archaic 1. A curse.

mansard n.
d1. A roof having two slopes on all four sides, with the lower slope almost vertical and the upper almost horizontal.
2. The upper story formed by the lower slope of a mansard roof.
[French mansarde after François Mansart  (1598-1666), French architect]
mansarded adj.
    This word, MANSARDED is one example of additional words
    that can be looked at by an investigator as a possible clue of some kind.

meme n. word coined by Richard Dawkins for, an idea that replicates itself.

Militainment defined : militainment - a term created by Danny Schechter in the movie,
Weapons of Mass Distraction, to describe the fact of two wars being fought in Iraq under Bush 2 ...
One with weapons, and one with words in the media.
Source : Eugene Weekly Newspaper : page 31 20050217 Issue [Edited for clarity of sharing herein on 20060105]

mimesis : ( mi-mee'-sis : or, m-I-mee'-sis ) noun : 1. The imitation or representation of aspects of the sensible world,
especially human actions, in literature and art. 2. Biology Mimicry. 3. Medicine The appearance of symptoms of a dis -
ease not actually present. [Greek mim¶sis from mimeisthai to imitate from mimos, imitator, mime]

NADIR: (nA dir) n. 1. Astronomy:  A point on the celestial sphere directly below the observer,
diametrically opposite the zenith. 2. The lowest point: the nadir of their fortunes. [Middle English
from Medieval Latin from Arabic opposite (the zenith)]
NATO  abbr. 1. North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

NEON is a word for the light within. We are in the light. The light is in us.
(Used with poetic license.)

NOESIS is cognition, understanding.

nominal adj.
1. a. Of, resembling, relating to, or consisting of a name or names.
  . b. Assigned to or bearing a person's name: nominal shares.
2. Existing in name only.   [Other definitions of this word exist.]

nonce  n. 1.refers to the present time, and for the time being. For the occasion.

nous  noun
1. Philosophy
a. Reason and knowledge as opposed to sense perception.
b. The rational part of the individual human soul.
c. The principle of the cosmic mind or soul responsible for the rational order of the cosmos.
d. In Stoicism, the equivalent of Logos, the Word.
e. In Neo-Platonism, the image of the absolute good, containing the cosmos of intelligible beings.
2. Chiefly British Good sense; shrewdness.

NTH: Highest; utmost: delighted to the nth degree.

Odin  Mythology 1. The Norse god of wisdom, war, art, culture, and the dead and the supreme deity and creator of the cosmos and human beings.
ODIN :: one more sacred name for God, from the Norse.

onus  noun
1. A difficult or disagreeable responsibility or necessity; a burden or an obligation.
2. a. A stigma.
  . b. Blame.
3. The burden of proof: The onus was on the defense attorney. [Latin]

penury  n.
1. Extreme want or poverty; destitution.
2. Extreme dearth; barrenness or insufficiency.

perfect anagrams :: defined as using all the letters of a word or name to make another name or meaning or revealing from the first.

pipkin  n.
1. A small earthenware or metal cooking pot. [Possibly pip(e) cask -kin ]

pithy  adj. pithier, pithiest
1. Precisely meaningful; forceful and brief: a pithy comment.
2. Consisting of or resembling pith.
pithily adv.
pithiness n.

plink ( pl¹ngk) v. plinked, plinking plinks
v. tr.
1. To cause to make a soft, sharp, metallic sound; clink.
2. To shoot at casually.
v. intr. 1.
To make a soft, sharp, metallic sound.
2. To shoot casually at random targets. [Imitative]

plonk 1  v. n. adv. 1. Variant of  plunk .
 plonk 2 noun Chiefly British 1. Cheap or inferior wine.
[Short for earlier plink-plonk perhaps alteration of French vin blanc white wine vin wine( from Old French) ;See vinegar blanc white( from Old French)]

plunk  also plonk
v. plunked also plonked, plunking, plonking, plunks, plonks
v. tr. 1. To throw or place heavily or abruptly: plunked the money down on the counter.
2. Music To strum or pluck (a stringed instrument).
v. intr. 1. To drop or fall abruptly or heavily; plump: plunked into the armchair with a sigh of relief.
2. To emit a hollow, twanging sound.
noun 1. Informal A heavy blow or stroke.
2. A short, hollow, twanging sound.
adv. Informal 1. With a short, hollow thud.
2. Exactly; precisely: The dart landed plunk in the center of the target. [Imitative]
plunker n.
plunky adj.

puerile  adj.
1. Belonging to childhood; juvenile.
2. Immature; childish. See note at young .
[Latin puerilis from puer, child, boy; See pau-  in Indo-European Roots.]
puerilely adv.
puerility  or puerileness  n.

1. A heap of combustibles for burning a corpse as a funeral rite.
2. A pile of combustibles. [Latin pyra from Greek pura from pur fire; See p ¿r- in Indo-European Roots.]

 RA : : one more sacred name for Our One sOurce, from the Egyptians
RAMA n. One more name for Goddess/God/Love/Our One sOurce. 
RA is the male essence and MA is the female essence of the Creator, in Name.

sadhu  also saddhu ( sA' doo) noun Hinduism
1. An ascetic holy man. [From Sanskrit sAdhu- right, holy]

Sand ants : those who wage war in deserts.

Saud Abdul Aziz ibn . 1901?-1969
1. Saudi Arabian king (1953-1964) who was unable to deal with his country's economic problems and was replaced by his brother Faisal in 1964.

scend  also send  Nautical v. intr. scended, also sended, also scending, sendingscends sends
1. To heave upward on a wave or swell.
1. The rising movement of a ship on a wave or swell.
[Probably alteration( influenced by descend ) (or ascend ) of send.]
This word has been used with poetic license to represent ascending in awarenesses.

SEI is pronounced say, and they are WHALES To see the full Star Art of WHALES : Press the link : listen to the DOLPHINS

semilunar : also semilunate : adjective :
  1. Shaped like a half-moon; crescent-shaped.

shalom interj. 1. Used as a traditional Jewish greeting or farewell. [Hebrew  peace]

Shantou also  Swa;tow ( shan tou') 1. A city of southeast China on the South China Sea east-northeast of Hong Kong. It is a trade and industrial center with shipbuilding facilities. Population, 400,000.

SNAFU : Situation Normal All Fucked Up
Slang : noun : plural : snafus
1. A chaotic or confused situation.
adjective :
1. In a state of confusion or chaos.
verb intransitive : snafued snafuing snafus
1. To make confused or chaotic.
[ S(ituation) N(ormal), A(ll) F(ucked) U(p) ]

skugry: 16th-century spelling of the dialect word scuggery meaning 'secrecy' (the faint echo of 'skulduggery' is quite accidental!).
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SONE is sound. Pronounce it sone, as in zone, with an S : sone, zone, moan are how to say the sone.

sophistic  or sophistical  adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of sophists.
2. Apparently sound but really fallacious; specious:
3. sophistic refutations. sophistically adv.

sophist  n.
1. a. One skilled in elaborate and devious argumentation. b. A scholar or thinker.
2. Sophist a. A Greek philosopher of pre-Socratic times who inquired about and speculated on theology, metaphysics, mathematics, and the natural and biological sciences. b. A professional philosopher and teacher, especially one belonging to a group of fifth-century B.C.  Greek philosophers who specialized in dialectic, argumentation, and rhetoric and who were often known for their elaborate and specious arguments. [Middle English sophiste from Latin sophista from Greek sophists from sophizesthai to become wise from sophos clever]



specious  adj.
1. Having the ring of truth or plausibility but actually fallacious: a specious argument.
2. Deceptively attractive.
[Middle English attractive from Latin speci½sus from specis : appearance from specere to look at.]
speciously adv. speciosity  or speciousness n.
Usage  Note: A specious  argument is not simply a false one but one that has the ring of truth. Those aware of the specialized use of the word may therefore sense a certain contradiction in hearing an argument described as obviously specious or specious on the face of things; if the fallaciousness is apparent, the argument was probably not plausible-sounding to begin with.

spherical  also spheric, adjective
1. a. Having the shape of a sphere; globular.
    b. Having a shape approximating that of a sphere.
2. Of or relating to a sphere.
3. Of or relating to celestial bodies.
spherically, adverb
sphericalness noun

Star Arts : I define Star Arts as, the physical renderings of the eternal truths from within the names and words themsElves, with
   the anagrams of their letters creating lines of meaning using the art and science of the Lexigram. My name in pen is Kathy Uno

Sudan 1. A region of northern Africa south of the Sahara and north of the equator. It extends across the continent from the Atlantic coast to the mountains of Ethiopia. 2. A country of northeast Africa south of Egypt. Inhabited since prehistoric times, the region was conquered by Egypt in 1820-1822 and jointly administered by Great Britain and Egypt after 1899. Sudan achieved its independence in 1956. Khartoum is the capital and the largest city. Population, 20,564,364. Sudanese  adj. n.

sura ( soor' ah) noun Islam
1. Any of the 114 chapters or sections of the Koran.
[Arabic soorah from Hebrew sura; row, line]

Suwon 1. A city of northwest South Korea south of Seoul. It is a textile - manufacturing center. Population, 374,000.

syllabi n. 1. A plural of  syllabus .
 syllabus  n. pl. syllabuses or syllabi  1. An outline or a summary of the main points of a text, lecture, or course of study. 2. Law A short statement preceding a report on an adjudged case and containing a summary of the court's rulings on each point involved. [Medieval Latin probably alteration( influenced by Greek sullambanein to put together) ; See syllable of Latin sillybus parchment label from Greek sillubos]

telic  (tell' ik) adj. Directed or tending toward a goal or purpose; purposeful. [Greek telikos from telos, end.]

thymus : a gland called the thymus was strong within you,
controlling and inspiring your natural healing and gifts. When this word is
broken down, 'thy,' and 'mus,' which is short for 'muse,' or 'that which
inspires,' the gift of its presence is revealed. But then you stopped
listening to the inspiration it offered, and the thymus began shrinking. In
most adults it is difficult to find at all, for the energy that flowed to
and from it when you were a child has ceased.
(James Twyman - Sacred Heart Lessons)

treble ( treb' el) adj.
1. Triple: ' treble reason for loving as well as working while it is day '  George Eliot
2. Music Relating to or having the highest part, voice, or range.
3. High-pitched; shrill.
n. Music
1a : The highest part, voice, instrument, or range.
1b : A singer or player that performs this part.
 2 : A high, shrill sound or voice.
v. tr. intr. trebled trebling trebles
1. To make or become triple.
[Middle English from Old French from Medieval Latin triplum from Latin, neuter of triplus triple; See triple ]
trebleness n.
trebly ( treb' lee) adv.

ubiety  n.
1. The condition of being located in a particular place.
[Latin ubi, where; See ubiquity -ty ]

uneasy : adjective : uneasier :
   [ Ed. Note : A Lexigram Star Arts Short Line : uneasiest :::: i see it is set at sun as ess is as at easiest : ess see ease :
  i see ease : sun is in us : ires rest : sin rest ] A suneasiet (sun ee zee it ) is a sitting in ease in the breathings upon and with Mother Earth with no agenda beyond Love's knowings.
1. Lacking a sense of security; anxious or apprehensive:
2. Affording no ease or reassurance: an uneasy calm.
3. a. Awkward or unsure in manner; constrained: uneasy with strangers.
    b. Causing constraint or awkwardness: an uneasy silence.
4. Not conducive to rest: fell into a fitful, uneasy sleep.
unease : uneasiness : noun
uneasily : adverb

vatic  also vat;i;cal  adj.
1. Of or characteristic of a prophet; oracular.
[From Latin vates - seer]

vina  also vee;na  n. Music
1. A stringed instrument of India that has a long, fretted fingerboard with resonating gourds at each end.
[Hindi vina from Sanskrit]
capo 2 n. pl. capos 1. The head of a branch of an organized crime syndicate.
[Italian from Latin caput, head]

wee ( w) adj. we;er we;est
1. Very small; tiny. See note at small .
2. Very early: the wee hours of the day.
 noun. Scots
1. A short time; a little bit.
[Middle English wei, we a small amount, small from Old English wÆge, wg weight; See wegh-  in Indo-European Roots.]

Wodan alsoWoden n. Mythology 1. An Anglo-Saxon god identified with Odin.

Odin n. Mythology 1. The Norse god of wisdom, war, art, culture, and the dead and the supreme deity and creator of the cosmos and human beings. [Old Norse ] See wet :  wet - 1. Important derivatives are: Wednesday, fan, atmosphere : To blow, inspire, spiritually arouse.
I. Related to we -. 1. Lengthened-grade form wot-. a. WODEN, from Old English,  Woden, Woden; b. WEDNESDAY, from Old English  Wodnesdæg,  Woden's Day; c. ODIN , from Old Norse : Odin; d. WOTAN, from Old High German  Wuotan . a, b, c,  and d  all from Germanic  suffixed form :wodeno-, wodono-, raging, mad, inspired, hence 'spirit,' name of the chief Teutonic god Wodenaz; e. WOOD 2, from Old English  wod, mad, insane, from Germanic  wodaz. 2. Lengthened variant form wat-. VATIC, from Latin  vates, prophet, poet. 3. Variant form *wat- . WEDELN , from Old High German  wedil , fan, from Germanic  suffixed form *wath-ila- . 4. Suffixed variant form *wat-no- . FAN 1 , VAN 3, from Latin  vannus, a winnowing fan. 5. Oldest basic form awet- becoming awet- in suffixed form *awet-mo- . ATMOSPHERE, from Greek  atmos  ( *aetmos ), breath, vapor

Wotan ( vO' tän) noun Mythology
1. A German god identified with Odin.

wroth (rôth) adjective
1. Wrathful; angry.

Wuhan  1. A city of east-central China on the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang). It is the industrial, commercial, and transportation center of central China and the capital of Hubei province. Population, 3,400,000 (to over 7,000,000 depending on source and area covered by authority estimate.)

YIN : one more sacred name for Goddess Awarenesses and Energies, from the Chinese language.

yodh ( yood, yôd ) n. 1. The tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. See note at alphabet . [Hebrew yôd from yad hand]
   It has been said and written that the yod is the foot of God in the letters, as in from spirit to physical.

yon ( yahn) adv. adj.
1. Yonder.
pron. Regional
1. That one or those yonder.
YONI : our birthing source, the woman's sex.  Also, another sacred name for Goddess/Love/God, Our One sOurce, a name of SHAKTI,
    from the Sanskrit; Name of Al lah, also Allah, the Divine Woman long before the prophet;  also : abode, source.

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