Aemete, from Teutonic a, privative, and maitan, cut or bite off, i.e.
Avw,uaXla, unevenness, derived from a y -, privative, and ouaXbs, even), a deviation from the common rule.
A-, privative, and ywvia, an angle), the term given to the imaginary lines on the earth's surface connecting points at which the magnetic needle points to the geographical north and south.
A-, privative, and KaTaXap43 u'av, to seize), a term used in Scepticism to denote incomprehensibility.
&TOµos, from a-, privative, and TEµvEw, to cut) until the middle of the 19th century, when a differentiation was established.
A-, privative, and O€6, God), literally a system of belief which denies the existence of God.
It-, privative, and g pyov, work; hence meaning "inert"), a gaseous constituent of atmospheric air.
A-, privative, and 06Aj, right of seizure), a place of refuge.
Plato proceeds to explain by his principle of difference both privative and negative predicates, and also the possibility of false predication.
A-, privative, xpcopa, colour), in optics,, the property of transmitting white light, without decomposing it into the colours of the spectrum; "achromatic lenses" are lenses which possess this property.
A-, privative, ari^yï¿½a, a point).
A number of Latinisms, unexampled in the rest of Paul's epistles, occur within the pastorals; whole families of new words, especially composite words (often compounded with a-privative, BEO-, KaXo -, 5 awcPpo -, 4cXo -), emerge with others, e.g.
Her name, the "Unalterable" (a- privative, and Tpbirav, to turn), indicates her function, that of rendering the decisions of her sisters irreversible or immutable.
Other suggested derivations are: (intensive) and pa0s, breast, " full-breasted "; a (privative) and ï¿½ to-o-w, touch, " not touching men "; maza, a Circassian word said to signify " moon," has suggested their connexion with the worship of a moongoddess, perhaps the Asiatic representative of Artemis.
Av-, privative, and aiï¿½a, blood), literally "want of blood," a word used as a generic term for various forms of disease characterized by a defective constitution of the blood.