bulla

  • 41 bulla — –llas. De bullir , del latín bullire . (nom. f.+s.) Gentío, Muchedumbre, Multitud. Concurrencia de mucha gente …

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  • 42 bulla — [ bʊlə] noun (plural bullae bʊli:) 1》 Medicine a large blister or other cavity containing fluid or air. 2》 Anatomy a rounded prominence. 3》 a round seal attached to a papal bull. Derivatives bullate adjective (Botany). bu …

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  • 43 bulla — बुल्ल …

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  • 44 bulla —   , plural bullae.   Bubble, blister or vesicle; commonly used in reference to the expanded shield like distal portion of some cycad sporophylls, e.g. Encephalartos sporophylls (Melville, 1957); although the derivation is technically incorrect,… …

    Expanded glossary of Cycad terms

  • 45 bulla — bul·la …

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  • 46 bulla — n.; pl. bullae 1) a large blister, containing serous fluid. 2) (in anatomy) a rounded bony prominence. 3) a thin walled air filled space within the lung, arising congenitally or in emphysema. It may cause trouble by rupturing into the pleural… …

    The new mediacal dictionary

  • 47 bulla — bul•la [[t]ˈbʊl ə, ˈbʌl ə[/t]] n. pl. bul•lae [[t]ˈbʊl i, ˈbʌl i[/t]] 1) rel a seal attached to an official document, as a papal bull 2) pat a large blister or vesicle • Etymology: 1840–50; < L: bubble, also stud, boss, knob …

    From formal English to slang

  • 48 bulla — /ˈbʊlə / (say booluh), /ˈbʌlə / (say buluh) noun (plural bullae /ˈbʊli / (say boolee), /ˈbʌli / (say bulee)) 1. a seal attached to an official document, as a papal bull. 2. Pathology a. a large vesicle. b. a blister like or bubble like part of a… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 49 bulla- — s. bullō Ⅰ; s. bullō Ⅱ; s. bulō Ⅰ; …

    Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • 50 bulla — /bub/ A seal used by the Roman emperors, during the lower empire; it was of four kinds, gold, silver, wax, and lead …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 51 bulla — /bub/ A seal used by the Roman emperors, during the lower empire; it was of four kinds, gold, silver, wax, and lead …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 52 bulla — Seals used by the Roman emperors …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 53 bulla — noun 1. (pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid • Syn: ↑blister, ↑bleb • Derivationally related forms: ↑blebby (for: ↑bleb), ↑blistery ( …

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  • 54 Bulla Regia — is a Roman city, now in northwestern Tunisia, near the modern city of Jendouba. It is noted for its Hadrianic era semi subterranean housing, a protection from the fierce heat and effects of the sun. Many of the mosaic floors have been left in… …

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  • 55 Bulla (amulet) — Bulla, an amulet and worn like a locket, was given to children, at the time of birth, in Ancient Rome. A bulla was worn around the neck as amulet to protect against evil spirits and forces. A bulla was made of differing substances depending upon… …

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  • 56 BULLA REGIA — Bulla Regia est un site archéologique important du nord ouest de la Tunisie, à proximité de la ville actuelle de Jendouba, en lisière de la grande plaine traversée par la Medjerda: les ruines sont repérées sur une cinquantaine d’hectares entre… …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 57 Bulla Island — Bulla Island, also Khara Zira or Khere Zire, Azeri: Bulla adası (Xərə Zirə) is an island in the Bay of Baku, Caspian Sea. It is the largest island of the Baku Archipelago, located off Baku, Azerbaijan. Bulla Island s area is 3,5 km²; its length… …

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  • 58 Bulla Ampulla — Bulla ampulla …

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  • 59 Bulla Striata — Bulla striata …

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  • 60 Bulla ampulla — Bulla ampulla …

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