Definition of Agmas

1. agma [n] - See also: agma



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agmas

aglow(p)
aglu
aglucon
aglus
aglutition
agly
aglycon
aglycone
aglycones
aglyconic
aglycons
aglycosuria
aglycosuric
aglyphous
agma
agmas (current term)
agmatinase
agmen
agmen peyerianum
agminate
agminate glands
agminated
agnail
agnails
agname
agnamed
agnames
agnate
agnates

Literary usage of Agmas

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1. Âryan Word-building by George Otis Holbrooke (1910)
"... agmas march, road; agis [swift march], level ground, plain, contest, battle; agros plain. Zd. az to lead, drive; ..."

2. Five Plays: The Gods of the Mountain, The Golden Doom, King Argimēnēs and (1914)
"AGMAR Then forget your fears, my thief. THIEF Two men went on dromedaries three days ago to see if the gods were still at Marma. agmas They went to Marma! ..."

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