- a ribbon worn in the hair in ancient Greece
- (architecture) a band between the frieze and architrave in the Doric order
- (anatomy) any ribbon-like band of tissue
- (biology) a tapeworm, and similar worms of the genus Taenia
- A limitation, restriction or regulation.
- terms and conditions
- A word or phrase, especially one from a specialised area of knowledge.
- relation, Relations among people.
- We are on friendly terms with each other.
- A part of a year, especially one of the three parts of an academic year in Britain; Michaelmas term, Lent term or Easter term, the equivalent to the American semester.
- (math) One of the addends in a sum
- All of these terms cancel out.
- a duration of a set length; a period in office of fixed length.
- He was sentenced to a of six years in prison.
- near-, mid- and long- goals
- To phrase a certain way, especially with an unusual wording.
noun (termini or terminuses)
- The end or final point of something.
- The end point of a transportation system, or the town or city in which it is located.
- A boundary or border, or a post or stone marking such a boundary.
noun (plural tesserae)
- A small square piece of stone, wood,ivory or glass used for making a mosaic.
noun (thalami or thalamuses)
- (anatomy) Either of two large, ovoid structures of grey matter within the forebrain that relay sensory impulses to the cerebral cortex.
noun (thyrs, i)
- A staff topped with a conical ornament, carried by w:Bacchus, Bacchus or his followers.
- 1968: The champagne was done, and she upturned the bottle to hold it like a . " Anthony Burgess, Enderby Outside
noun (plural: togas or rarely togae)
- loose outer garment worn by the citizens of Rome.
- loose wrap gown
- a three-legged stand or mount
- A picture or series of pictures painted on three tablet, tablets connected by hinge, hinges.
- (philately) A set of three se-tenant postage stamp, postage stamps that form a composite picture.
- An object, usually in the form of a statuette, cup, or shield, awarded for success in a competition or to mark a special achievement.
- He won the in a running competition.
- An object taken as a prize by a hunter or conqueror, especially one that is displayed.
- The set of antlers which hung on the wall was his prized .
- (criminology, by extension) An object taken by a serial killer or rapist as a memento of the crime.
- 1994, Philip Jenkins, Using Murder: The Social Construction of Serial Homicide http://books.google.com/books?id=nhXmk3Tm-SQC, ISBN 0202305252, page 117:
- The souvenirs which many killers retain of their victims are often described as trophies, and Norman Bates's taxidermic interests derived from the real-life Ed Gein.
- 2001, R. Michael Gordon, Alias Jack the Ripper: Beyond the Usual Whitechapel Suspects http://books.google.com/books?id=n5PWnVtQs4MC, ISBN 0786408987, page 82:
- A from this murder would have been of great importance.
- 2004, Ronald F. Becker, Criminal Investigation http://books.google.com/books?id=YDGaGSdjc6kC, ISBN 0763731684, page 168:
- The offender is also likely to mentally relive his killings, often with the help of souvenirs or trophies, such as a bracelet or a body part taken from the victim.