an electrical present that reverses way sinusoidally. Replacement for direct curent, DC.
The First as a type of oak, preserved (through the shortening for the vowel before two consonants) in a few place-names (whence surnames): as, Acton [⟨ like. Āctū n], actually, oak-town, or home among the oaks: Acley or Ackley, in addition Oakley [⟨ AS. Ācleá], literally, oak-lea.
A prefix, assimilated type of ad- before c and q, like in accede, gain, etc.; also an accommodated form of various other prefixes, such as accurse, accloy, accumber, etc. See these words.
An adjective-suffix of Greek or Latin origin, as with cardiac, maniac, iliac, etc. It is usually preceded by -i- and, like -ic, might take the additional suffix -al.
a radioactive element of the actinide series; present uranium ores
a power current that reverses direction sinusoidally