A narrow musical organization or ribbon for tresses that was worn in old Greece.
Architecture A band in Doric order that separates the frieze from architrave.
structure A ribbonlike musical organization of muscle or muscle mass.
A flatworm associated with genus Taenia, including numerous tapeworms.
A ribbon used in tresses in ancient Greece.
A band amongst the frieze and architrave in the Doric purchase.
Any ribbon-like musical organization of structure.
A tapeworm, and similar worms for the genus Taenia.
A genus of abdominal worms which includes the normal tapeworms of man. See tapeworm.
A band; a structural line; -- put on a number of bands and outlines of nervous matter in the brain.
The fillet, or musical organization, in the bottom of a Doric frieze, dividing it through the architrave.
In traditional archæol., a ribbon, musical organization, or head-band; a fillet.
In architecture, the fillet or musical organization regarding Doric architrave, which distinguishes it from the frieze.
In surgery, a long and thin ribbon used as a ligature.
In anatomy, a band or fillet: especially placed on several areas of the brain, distinguished by qualifying epithets.
In zoology: A tapeworm. [capitalized] the best genus of tapeworms, regarding the family Tæniidæ, previously extremely extensive, today restricted to species like T. solium, the normal tape of man. Also Cystotænia. See tapeworm.
a narrow headband or strip of ribbon worn as a headband
tapeworms parasitic in humans which utilizes the pig as its intermediate number