ZIPF'S LAW

with regard to speaking language, the viewpoint that the length of words within any language is inversely associated to how often they're used, so...

ZOOMORPHISM

noun. 1. the crediting of animal qualities to humans, inanimate items, or deities. 2. the utilization of animal psychology or physiology to describe human...

ZALCPLON

noun. a hypnotic drug which, unlike barbiturate and benzodiazepine hypnotics, doesn't alleviate anxiety at lesser doses. United States brand name: Sonata.

ZIPRASIDONE

noun. an uncommon antipsychotic which is utilized for the remediation of schizophrenia and of acute manic or combined episodes correlated with bipolar disorders. It...

ZOOPHARMACOGNOSY

noun. the capacity of non-human animals to choose plants and their portions for medicinal reasons to lower fevers or rid parasites. With regard to...

ZAR (ZAAR)

noun. a culturally-rooted syndrome, typical in Middle Eastern and North African societies, which is credited to spirit possession. Happening most often in females, zar...

ZOFRAN

noun. a brand name for ondansetron.

ZOOPHILIA

noun. a paraphilia wherein animals are recurrently favored or solely utilized to reach carnal arousal and satisfaction. The animal, that is generally a household...

ZARONTIN

noun. a brand name for ethosuximide.

ZOLLNER ILLUSION

a visual illusion wherein parallel lines seem to diverge whenever one of them is intersected by short diagonal lines slanted to one direction, and...

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