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abiotic characterized by an absence of living organisms; without life.
academe the academic environment or life.
afterlife life after death. [2 definitions]
age any time in life that has certain characteristics or involves certain rights and duties. [2/11 definitions]
alchemy an ancient exploration and practice of chemistry which flourished particularly during medieval times. Practitioners used chemical processes in the hope of, for example, producing gold from base metals, finding the key to eternal life, and uncovering a single cure for all disease. [1/2 definitions]
Algonkian of, relating to, or designating the later of two geological periods of the Precambrian Era, from approximately 2.5 billion to 600 million years ago, when the first evidence of life appeared; Late Precambrian; Proterozoic. [1/4 definitions]
alive having life; living. [1/4 definitions]
ambition a strong desire to reach a set goal or to be generally successful in life, esp. the desire to become famous, wealthy, or powerful. [1/2 definitions]
amino acid any of the organic acids necessary to build proteins and sustain life, some of which cannot be synthesized in the body and so must be consumed in the diet.
Ammon the Greek and Roman name for Amen or Amen-Re, the ancient Egyptian god of life, often identified with Zeus and Jupiter.
anabiosis a returning to life after death or apparent death; resuscitation.
ancestor in biology, an organism or species from which present life forms have evolved. [1/4 definitions]
a new lease on life an opportunity to live a happier life because of improved circumstances.
anima the principle of life; inner self; consciousness.
animality animal life collectively. [1/3 definitions]
animate to rouse or bring to life. [2/8 definitions]
ankh in Egyptian art, a cross with a loop at the top, symbolic of life.
antecedent (pl.) ancestors; earlier life. [1/4 definitions]
aquarium an artificial pond or container filled with water in which aquatic forms of life are kept. [1/2 definitions]
archaeology the systematic and scientific study of past human life and culture using information gained from the analysis of their artifacts, such as pottery, tools, buildings, and the like.
archeology variant of archaeology, the systematic and scientific study of past human life and culture using information gained from the analysis of their artifacts, such as pottery, tools, buildings, and the like.