AmbrosianAmbrosian.html

Ambrosian: Of or pertaining to St. Ambrose as, the Ambrosian office, orritual, a formula of worship in the church of Milan, instituted bySt. Ambrose. Ambrosian chant, the

AmicableAmicable.html

Amicable: Friendly proceeding from, or exhibiting, friendliness afterthe manner of friends peaceable as, an amicable disposition, orarrangement.That which was most remark

AmplitudeAmplitude.html

Amplitude: State of being ample extent of surface or space largeness ofdimensions size.The cathedral of Lincoln . . . is a magnificent structure,proportionable to the amp

AnarithmiaAnarithmia.html

Anarithmia: Acalculia, inability to do mathematical calculations

Angle bracketAngle-bracket.html

Angle bracket: Metal bracket shaped like the letter "L" either of a pair of punctuation marks or> used to enclose written material (Mathematics) either or>used toget

ApodicticApodictic.html

Apodictic: Indisputable due to the fact that it has been demonstrated (Mathematics), unquestionably true, incontrovertible certain from a logical standpoint

ApostleApostle.html

Apostle: Literally: One sent forth a messenger. Specifically: One of thetwelve disciples of Christ, specially chosen as his companions andwitnesses, and sent forth to pre

ApothemApothem.html

Apothem: (Math.) The perpendicular from the center to one of the sides of aregular polygon. A deposit formed in a liquid extract of a vegetable substance byexposure to th

ApothesisApothesis.html

Apothesis: (Math.) The difference between two quantities commensurable only inpower, as between sq. root2 and 1, or between the diagonal and sideof a square. (Mus) The re

Applied mathematicsApplied-mathematics.html

Applied mathematics: Mathematics that can be used in real-life situations