Definition of Synaptes

1. synapte [n] - See also: synapte



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synaptes

synapomorphy
synapophyses
synapophysis
synapse
synapsed
synapses
synapsid
synapsid reptile
synapsids
synapsin
synapsing
synapsins
synapsis
synaptase
synapte
synaptes (current term)
synaptic
synaptically
synapticula
synapticulae
synapticulas
synaptobrevin
synaptobrevins
synaptogenesis
synaptogenic
synaptojanin
synaptojanins
synaptonemal
synaptoneurosome
synaptopathy

Literary usage of Synaptes

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1. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1843)
"... and the synaptes. It may be remembered by some, that I have elsewhere demonstrated that the light ..."

2. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1843)
"... and the synaptes. It may be remembered by some, that I have elsewhere demonstrated that the light scarcely ever occupies the whole length of one of ..."

3. Notitia Eucharistica: A Commentary, Explanatory, Doctrinal, and Historical by William Edward Scudamore (1876)
"4 h THIS CONGREGATION HERE PRESENT.]—Compare again the Greek synaptes; eg the so-called Clementine :5—" Let us pray for one another, that the Lord ..."

4. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1843)
"... and the synaptes. It may be remembered by some, that I have elsewhere demonstrated that the light ..."

5. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1843)
"... and the synaptes. It may be remembered by some, that I have elsewhere demonstrated that the light scarcely ever occupies the whole length of one of ..."

6. Notitia Eucharistica: A Commentary, Explanatory, Doctrinal, and Historical by William Edward Scudamore (1876)
"4 h THIS CONGREGATION HERE PRESENT.]—Compare again the Greek synaptes; eg the so-called Clementine :5—" Let us pray for one another, that the Lord ..."

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