olotropy

`o*lot"ro*py

(), n. (Physics) Difference of quality or property in different directions.
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Aeolus

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"o*lus

(), n. [L., fr. Gr. .] (Gr. & Rom. Myth.) The god of the winds, in ancient mythology.
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aeon

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"on

(), n. 1. A period of immeasurable duration. See Eon.
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2. (Gnosticism) a divine power or nature emanating from the Supreme Being and playing various roles in the operation of the universe.
Syn. -- eon
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3. the longest division of geological time; two or more eras.
Syn. -- eon
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aeonian

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*o"ni*an

(), a. [Gr. .] Eternal; everlasting; lasting for an indefinitely long time; immortal; not subject to death. Opposite of mortal. "onian hills." Tennyson.
Syn. -- eonian
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2. of or pertaining to an eon.
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