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Abdurate – Unmouable – stubborn – unyeilding
Aborigines – The original inhabitants of a country
Abridge – To condenseAbsolute Zero The standing point of absolute temperature
Acceterate – Cause to move fasterAccilerate Speed up
Acerose – Needle shapedAcess Means of approaching
Acoustics – Relating to sound
Acrophobia – Pathological fear of high places
Acumen – Superior mental acuteness
Adhoc – For the purpose
Adolscence – A stage of growth between boyhood and youth.
Adulation – Excessive devotionAerial Living in air
Aeronautics – Science of flight of aeroplanes
Aesthetic – A love of beauty
Affidavit – A written statement given on oath
Affinity – Having a natural attention to
Aggravate – To make worse
Aglophoble – A person who hates England
Agonostic – One who thinks that everything is know through god only.
Alimony – Money giving to a woman who divorses his husband.
Allegory – Description of a subject with symbolical representation to another.
Allusive – Having reference to something
Alluvial – Sandy soil deposited by running water
Alpinism – Mountain climbingAltimeter Instrument used for measuring altitudes in aircraft.
Altruist – One who works for the good of others.
Amateur – One who learns a subject as a hobby.
Ammeter – Instrument used for measuring the electrical currents in amperes.
Amnesty – General pardon of the offenses against gout.
Amoyan – Strong and powerful woman.
Amphibian – Living/ Operating on land and water.
Amphibious – Animals that can be live on land and water.
Ample – Adequate or more than dequate – in extent, size etc.
Anachronism – Comparing modern persons with ancient persons
Anachronism – Something out of its proper time.
Anachronistic – A word which can be interpreted in any way.
Anachronistic – Set in wrong time or period.
Anaesthetics – Drugs causing unconciousness such as chloroform.
Anaesthetist – One who gives chloroform to a patient.
Analogy – Relation – Relationship
Anarchist – One who is out to destroy government
Anarchist – One who provokes disorder in a state.
Anatomist – One who describes the parts of the human body.
Anatomy – Study of sciences relating to the bodily structure of human.
Anile – Like a weak old woman.
Animometer – Instrument used for measuring the force and velocity of winds.
Annihilate – Destroy utterelyAnnuity Yearly grant – beings – animals and plants by way of disection.
Annular – Ring shaped
Anodyne – Pain reliever
Anonymus – That which is written without name.
Antagonist – Enemy – Antagonism
Anthropologist – One who studies history relating to the development of man from premetive ages.
Antibiotics – Drugs which completely destroys bacteria.
Antiquarian – A person who is interested in antiquities.
Aphelion – The point in a planet’s orbit that tis farthest from the sun.
Apiary – a bee house (Contains several hives).
Apirigee – A point as above that is nearest to earth.
Apologist – One who says sorry (Sorrow) for his mistakes.
Aporhtegm – Words spoken by great men.
Apostasy – To renounce one’s faith or religion.
Apostate – One who deserts his religion or principles.
Aqauntie – Relating to waterAquarium A thing where fishes are kept.
Aquatic – Living in waterArbitrator One who is appointed by two parties & decide their difference.
Arboreal – Living in treesArboriculture Cultivation of trees and vegetables.
Archaeologist – One who studies human antiquities.
Archaism – Using ancient Languages.
Archeologist – One who make a scientific study of human antiquities.
Archipeloge – See which has number of small islands.
Archive – That what is not in current use.
Aristocracy – The rule by nobels.
Arsenal – A place where weapons are manufactured and stored.
Articulate – To pronounce Clearly.
Astronomy – Study of heavenly bodies.
Atheist – One who has no belief in god.
Atmosphere – The air surrounding the earths.
Audible – That which can be heard.
Audiometer – Instrument used for measuring the intensity of sound.
Audiophone – Instrument used for improving imperfect sense of hearing.
Aurora – Australis Southern lightsAurura Borealis Northern lights.
Autocracy – Absolute rule by one person.
Autocrat – Who exercises absolute power.
Avairy – A building for keeping – rearing and breeding of birds.
Avalanche – A heavy mass of snow falling down a hill with great noise.
Avarice Greed – Inordinate desire to gain and hoard wealth.
Ballad – A short narrative poem – adopted for writing and sighning.
Ballistics – Science dealing with the motion of projectile like rockets bombs & shells.
Balmaccan – A type of man’s overcoat.
Barbarism – Mixed LanguageBarometer An apparatus used for measuring the atmospheric pressure.
Bellicose – Ready to fight.
Benefactor – Kindly helper.
Benevolent – Kind hearted Bevy Group of girls or women larks.
Bibliographer – One who writes big books.
Bibliography – A list of books with details of authorship, editions, subject etc.
Bibliophile – A lover bookBiblophile One who loves the study of books.
Bifurcate – Divided into two branches.
Bigamy – The crime of having two life partners at a time.
Bilingual – Spoken or written in two languages.
Biography – Life of a person written by somebody.
Biologist – One who studies the science of animals and plants.
Biota – Animal and plant life of a religion or period.
Black – Box An apparatus which records the fight data of an aeroplane and is also a voice recorder.
Blackbinding – Kidnapping for selling into slavery.
Blasphemer – One who speakes evil – Impcous one – irrevirent one.
Boycott – To obstain from buying or usingBoycott Unite to punish a person from association.
Brettle – Easily brokenBuccal Of the check of the sides of the mouth.
Bureaucracy – A gout in which the whole power is vested in officials.
Butcher – One whose business to a slaughter cattle for food.
Bygamist – One who has two wives.