ala definition

  • noun:
    • Zoology A wing or winglike framework or component.
    • Anatomy an appartment, winglike anatomic procedure or component, specially of bone.
    • Botany The flattened border of some stems, fresh fruits, and seeds, or each one of this two side petals of specific plants when you look at the pea household.
    • a-wing or winglike construction.
    • A winglike anatomical procedure or part, specifically of bone.
    • The flattened border of some stems, fruits, and seeds, or one of the two side petals of certain flowers in the pea family.
    • In old Rome, a small area starting into a larger area or courtyard.
    • A winglike organ, or component.
    • In botany: the two side petals of a papilionaceous bloom, or perhaps the membranous expansion of an organ, by a fruit, seed, stem, etc. See cut-under advertising.
    • In mosses, one of the basal lobes or auricles of this leaves.
    • An axilla or axil.
    • In anat., zoöl., etc.:
    • a-wing.
    • Zoology A wing or winglike construction or part.
    • physiology A-flat, winglike anatomic process or component, specially of bone.
    • Botany The flattened edge of some stems, fruits, and seeds, or just one associated with two side petals of specific blossoms in pea family.
    • A wing or winglike construction.
    • A winglike anatomical procedure or component, especially of bone.
    • The flattened border of some stems, fresh fruits, and seeds, or among two part petals of specific blossoms in pea family.
    • In ancient Rome, a little space opening into a bigger area or courtyard.
    • Any section of a wing-like or flap-like character: as, ala auris, top of the and external the main additional ear.
    • The armpit.
    • A winglike organ, or part.
    • plural Specifically, in Cirripedia, the horizontal elements of the shell, as distinguished through the parietes, if they are overlapped by others; if they overlap they've been called radii.
    • In botany: among the two part petals of a papilionaceous blossom, or even the membranous development of an organ, as of a fruit, seed, stem, etc. See cut under advertising.
    • In anc. Rom. arch., a wing or a tiny apartment put on each region of the atrium of a Roman home. Audsley.
    • In mosses, among basal lobes or auricles associated with the leaves.
    • a-wing of an insect
    • An axilla or axil.
    • an appartment wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism
    • In anat., zoöl., etc.:
    • A wing.
    • Any section of a wing-like or flap-like personality: since, ala auris, the upper and external the main outside ear.
    • The armpit.
    • plural Specifically, in Cirripedia, the lateral parts of the shell, as distinguished from the parietes, when they're overlapped by others; if they overlap these are generally termed radii.
    • In anc. Rom. arch., a wing or a small apartment placed on each region of the atrium of a Roman home. Audsley.
    • a-wing of an insect
    • an appartment wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism
  • preposition:
    • alternate type of a la.
    • alternate as a type of a la.

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