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a1 one of the four human blood types. (See ABO system.) [1/6 definitions]
AB1 one of the four human blood groups. (See ABO system.)
ABO system a classification system for the inherited antigens found on the surface of human red blood cells, which determine compatibility for blood transfusions.
absurdist having or expressing the belief that human existence and behavior are meaningless or absurd. [2/3 definitions]
accident an event that occurs without human planning or intent. [1/3 definitions]
Adam according to the Old Testament, the name of the first man, created by God from dust, and the progenitor of the human race.
Adam's apple the projection at the front of the human throat formed by the largest cartilage of the larynx, visible esp. in men.
afterbirth the placenta and fetal membranes expelled from the uterus after the birth of a human or animal.
albacore a variety of tuna found in warm to temperate waters, and often canned for human consumption.
albino an animal or human that has a congenital lack of pigmentation resulting in abnormally pale skin and hair and pink eyes, or a plant that similarly lacks pigmentation.
andro- male; masculine; human.
android a robot or machine having human characteristics.
angel in certain theologies, a spiritual being acting as a servant or messenger of God, usu. represented as a human figure with wings and a halo. [1/3 definitions]
animal such a living creature other than a human, esp. a mammal. [1/5 definitions]
animalism the theory that human beings are merely animals without spiritual qualities. [1/2 definitions]
animality the animal characteristics or nature of human beings. [1/3 definitions]
animal rights rights of animals not to be subordinated to the needs and wants of human beings.
anthropo- human.
anthropocentric evaluating everything in terms of human goals or experiences. [1/2 definitions]
anthropoid of apes, resembling a human being, esp. in shape. [1/3 definitions]
anthropometry a branch of anthropology concerned with comparative measurements of the human body, among individuals or groups.