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beginning the earliest point in time at which a thing exists or a process takes place. [1/2 definitions]
Doric of, pertaining to, designating, or characteristic of the earliest and simplest order of classical Greek architecture, later adapted by the Romans, esp. its typical fluted columns with simple capitals. [1/3 definitions]
embryo an organism in its earliest stage or stages of development and in a rudimentary or early form. [1/3 definitions]
eolithic of, relating to, or designating the earliest period of human culture, characterized by the first use of stone tools.
fore1 first or earliest. [1/4 definitions]
forepart the front, first, or earliest part.
get up on the wrong side of the bed to be in an irritable temper, as from the earliest part of the day.
Hillel a Palestinian rabbi who formulated the earliest rules for the interpretation of Jewish scripture (60? B.C.-9? A.D.).
incunabula the first or earliest stages of anything; beginnings. [1/3 definitions]
infancy the earliest period in the life or development of anything. [1/2 definitions]
infantile of or pertaining to infants, infancy, or the earliest stage of development. [1/2 definitions]
life cycle the continuous changes undergone by an organism in its development from its earliest stage until it is able to reproduce. [1/2 definitions]
morning the earliest part of the day, beginning about sunrise and ending about noon. [1/4 definitions]
oocyte a cell in the earliest stage of transformation into a female egg; immature egg.
paleethnology the study of the earliest humans.
Paleolithic (sometimes l.c.) designating the earliest period of the Stone Age, from about 2 million B.C. to about 10,000 B.C., characterized by the use of primitive stone tools.
pioneer to explore or settle new territory, or to be among the earliest in some new enterprise, research, or the like. [1/7 definitions]
Precambrian of, relating to, or designating the earliest geological era, ending approximately 600 million years ago, when the earth's crust was formed and the first evidence of life appeared. [1/2 definitions]
premier first in order; earliest. [1/3 definitions]
primacy the state of being first, earliest, most essential, or most important.
primal earliest or original. [1/2 definitions]