adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Acephalous meaning in assamese


  • Pronunciation


  • Definition

    lacking a head or a clearly defined head

    মূৰ বা স্পষ্টভাৱে নিৰ্ধাৰিত মূৰৰ অভাৱ

  • Example

    acephalous worms

    এচেফেলাছ কৃমি

adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Acephalous meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. Having no head.

    মূৰ নথকা।

  • Examples:
    1. Mr. Cruickshank saw a Monster nine Months old, which lived thirty-six Hours after it was born, though it had no Cranium: But is this a Reason that we should believe the vital Functions and the Increase of the Body have no dependence on the Brain? I think not: for such acephalous Subjects never live long

    2. “But tell me, my Dea—my Psyche!—$V$(With your wings outspread as to race$V$With that swift and acephalous Nike$V$Who lost her bean somewhere in Thrace)—

  • 2. A system of society without centralised state authority, where power is welded amongst groups of community entities e.g. clans. Without a leader or chief.

    কেন্দ্ৰীভূত ৰাষ্ট্ৰ কৰ্তৃত্ব অবিহনে সমাজৰ ব্যৱস্থা, য'ত ক্ষমতা সম্প্ৰদায়ৰ সত্তাৰ গোট যেনে বংশৰ মাজত ঢালাই কৰা হয়। নেতা বা মুখীয়াল অবিহনে।

  • Examples:
    1. an acephalous society / community

    2. A very brief acephalous interim followed the death of the dark Dictator.

    3. an Oecumenical Council is a whole, and a Body whereof the Pope, or he that presides in it in his place, is the Head[.] For there is no Acephalous Council, as M. Schelstrate speaks, that is to say, without a Head, calling that of Constance so in the Absence of the Pope.

  • 3. Deficient in the beginning, as a line of poetry that is missing its expected opening syllable.

    আৰম্ভণিতে অভাৱ, কবিতাৰ এটা শাৰী হিচাপে যিয়ে নিজৰ আশা কৰা ধৰণৰ আৰম্ভণিৰ চিলেবলটো হেৰুৱাই পেলাইছে।

  • Examples:
    1. Sometimes verse lines “jump” the first syllable (in anapaestic and dactylic measures the first two syllables) of a regular metre. Such lines are said to be acephalous (headless) or, as acrostic writers would put it, “beheaded.”

    2. They have acephalous or headless Verses, which commence with a short Syllable instead of a long one:

  • 4. Without a beginning.

    আৰম্ভণি নোহোৱাকৈ।

  • Examples:
    1. Men wrote eloquently, because they wrote feelingly: they wrote idiomatically, because they wrote naturally, and without affectation: but if a false or acephalous structure of sentence,—if a barbarous idiom—or an exotic word happened to present itself, no writer of the 17th century seems to have had any such scrupulous sense of the dignity belonging to his own language, as should make it a duty to reject it, or worth his while to re-model a line.

  • Synonyms

    acephalously (acephalously)