\\ˈärthrəs\ adjective
Etymology: arthr- + -ous

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  • arthrous — adjective a) Of, pertaining to, or being the use of a term together with a grammatical article. We have concluded that Paul does not distinguish between the arthrous and anarthrous use of nomos. b) Used with or headed by a grammatical article.… …   Wiktionary

  • arthrous — ar·throus …   English syllables

  • an- — 1. prefix not, without (anarchy) ({{}}cf. A (1)). Etymology: Gk an 2. assim. form of AD before n. * * * see a II * * * an 1 a prefix occurring before stems beginning with a vowel or h in loanwords from Greek, where it means not, without, lacking… …   Useful english dictionary

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