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1. Eccentric comes to us through Middle English from the Medieval Latin word Eccentricus, but it is ultimately derived from a combination of the Greek words ex, meaning "out of," and kentron, meaning "center." The original meaning of "eccentric" in English was "not having the same center" (as in "eccentric spheres").

Eccentric, English, Eccentricus, Ex

2. Morphology: Lithraphidites acutus Eccentricus and Lithraphidites acutus acutus were thought to be palaeobiogeographic variants by Watkins & Bowdler (1984)


3. Corbett & Watkins (2014), however, argue that Eccentricus and acutus are separate species with overlapping ranges but with Eccentricus only occuring during the lower part of thw range of


4. Eccentric (n.) early 15c., "eccentric circle or orbit," originally a term in Ptolemaic astronomy, "circle or orbit not having the Earth precisely at its center," from French eccentrique and directly from Medieval Latin Eccentricus (noun and adjective), from Greek ekkentros "out of the center" (as opposed to concentric), from ek "out" (see ex-) + kentron "center" (see center (n.)).

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5. Halipegus Eccentricus is a monoecious, digenea parasitic trematode commonly found in true frogs in North America


6. Eccentricus is mainly found in the Eustachian tubes of a variety of frog species, its definitive host, although its life cycle involves other hosts, as is …

Eccentricus, Eustachian

7. ECCEN'TRIC, ECCEN'TRIC AL, adjective [Latin Eccentricus; ex, from, and centrum, center.] 1. Deviating or departing from the center.

Eccen, Eccentricus, Ex

8. One of the many scale-eating species from Lake Tanganyika, Perissodus Eccentricus is found in deeper waters ranging between 200 to 300 feet

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9. Species: Tiarajudens Eccentricus Tiarajudens ("Tiarajú tooth") is an extinct genus of saber-toothed herbivorous anomodont which lived during the middle Permian period (Capitanian stage) in what is now Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Eccentricus, Extinct

10. Named in 2011 from fossils found in Brazil, Tiarajudens Eccentricus was the stature of a medium dog and looked like a cross between a pig and a turtle


11. From Latin Eccentricus, from Ancient Greek ἔκκεντρος (ekkentros, "not having the earth as the center of an orbit"), from ἐκ (ek, "out") + κέντρον (kentron, "point") Examples Writing that is alive is what we call eccentric (if in English) or experimental (if in French).

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12. The newfound creature is named Tiarajudens Eccentricus — "Tiarajú" after where it was found, "dens" is Latin for "tooth," and "Eccentricus" for "eccentric." And this animal certainly was odd

Eccentricus, Eccentric

13. There is a dinosaur called "Tiarajudens Eccentricus" who is a vegetarian with very large teeth


14. The new species, Tiarajudens Eccentricus [ 8] ( figure 1b ), was revealed as not only the earliest therapsid capable of dental occlusion, but also combining a suit of characters highly unusual for a herbivore, such as molariform teeth in the palate and huge sabre-caniniforms

Eccentricus, Earliest

15. Origin eccentric 1 (1500-1600) Late Latin Eccentricus, from Greek ekkentros “ out of the center ” Quizzes Take our quick quizzes to practise your vocabulary.

Eccentric, Eccentricus, Ekkentros

16. It's been (probably) the worst-kept secret in art history, thanks to a series of naughtily leaked videos by Peter and Jayne Smith, but we're pleased to reveal that their new Eccentricus Britannicus collection is now available online and in galleries nationwide.


17. Eccentricus (Latin) ἔκκεντρος (Ancient Greek (to 1453)) 4


18. Eccentricus from the Permian of Brazil (UFRGS PV393P, holotype)


19. Eccentricus do not grow at the same rate in different intermediate hosts, and significant differences exist in growth within intermediate and paratenic hosts

Eccentricus, Exist

20. Tiarajudens Eccentricus has at least five prominent, leaf-shaped, upper incisiform teeth (figures 4 and 5a,e), located in the premaxilla and maxilla


21. Eccentric (adj.) 1550s, from French eccentrique and directly from Medieval Latin Eccentricus (noun and adjective; see eccentric (n.))

Eccentric, Eccentrique, Eccentricus

22. A 260-million-year-old fossil species found in Brazil, Tiarajudens Eccentricus, was a herbivorous reptile that had canines like those of a saber-toothed cat, researchers say.


23. The way people have been talking about Tiarajudens Eccentricus, you would think that this 265 million year old cousin of ours was unique among herbivores for …


24. 1398 as a term in Ptolemaic astronomy, from Middle Latin Eccentricus, from Greek ekkentros "out of the center" (as opposed to concentric), from ek "out" + kentron "center" (see center)

Eccentricus, Ekkentros, Ek

25. ME eccentrik < ML Eccentricus < LL eccentros, out of the center, eccentric < Gr ekkentros < ek-, out of (see ex-1) + kentron, center

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26. Eccentricus was one of those weird creatures


27. Eccentricus was about the size of a big dog and had a short snout


28. Eccentricus with those of Anomocephalus africanus, which lived at least 265 million years ago in what is now South Africa.


29. Centrichnus Eccentricus re-visited: A new view on anomiid bivalve bioerosion


30. When Tiarajudens Eccentricus was discovered it had some surprises install: Despite large protruding saber-tooth canines and occluding postcanine teeth, it was an herbivore.


31. Eccentricus (Latin) ἔκκεντρος (Ancient Greek (to 1453)) Featured Games 2


32. Perissodus Eccentricus is a fish native to Lake Tanganyika, Africa


33. Palaeoart anomodont Eccentricus tiarajudens paleoart permian synapsid therapsida


34. Eccentricus Britannicus has been a long time coming, three years to be precise, three years of planning, creating, writing and generally messing about until an incoherent lump became a streamlined collection.


35. Eccentricus was the first known therapsid to have its top and bottom teeth fit together for an efficient chew

Eccentricus, Efficient

36. “When Tiarajudens Eccentricus was discovered it had some surprises install: Despite large protruding saber-tooth canines and occluding postcanine teeth, it …


37. Home Of Everything Impossimal Welcome to the official site of Peter & Jayne Smith, the award winning international contemporary artists and creative couple with one of the UK's most collectable artwork; the famous striped characters called the Impossimals® along with the surreal story led Lost Impossimals™ / Eccentricus Britannicus ™ and the delightfully imagined Wonderland of Lost Alice™

Everything, Eccentricus

38. Dabatrechus Eccentricus Ueno, 2004: Kaliwatan sa bakukangon ang Dabatrechus Eccentricus


39. Ang Dabatrechus Eccentricus sakop sa kahenera nga Dabatrechus, ug kabanay nga Carabidae


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What does eccentric mean definition?

Definition of eccentric (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : a person who behaves in odd or unusual ways : an eccentric person. 2 : a mechanical device consisting of an eccentric (see eccentric entry 1 sense 2b) disk communicating its motion to a rod so as to produce reciprocating motion.

What does eccentrical mean?

Eccen′tric, a circle not having the same centre as another: ( mech.) a contrivance for taking an alternating rectilinear motion from a revolving shaft: an eccentric fellow.— adv. Eccen′trically .— n. Eccentric′ity, the distance of the centre of a planet's orbit from the centre...

What does eccentrus mean in Latin?

borrowed from Medieval Latin ecentricus, excentricus "not concentric with another circle, (of a planetary orbit in Ptolemaic astronomy) not having the earth exactly at its center," from Late Latin eccentros, eccentrus "not having the earth at its center" (borrowed from Greek ékkentros,...

What does Eccentrik mean?

[Middle English eccentrik, planetary orbit of which the earth is not at the center, from Medieval Latin eccentricus, not having the same center, from Greek ekkentros : ek-, out of; see ecto- + kentron, center (from kentein, to prick; see kent- in Indo-European roots ).] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.

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