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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -anomalistic-, *anomalistic*
English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
anomalistic(อะนอม' มะลิสทิค) adj. ซึ่งผิดปกติวิปริต, ไม่เป็นไปตามกฎเกณฑ์, ผิดหลัก, ผิดที่

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
近点月[きんてんげつ, kintengetsu] (n) anomalistic month [Add to Longdo]
近点年[きんてんねん, kintennen] (n) anomalistic year [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Month \Month\ (m[u^]nth), n. [OE. month, moneth, AS.
     m[=o]n[eth], m[=o]na[eth]; akin to m[=o]na moon, and to D.
     maand month, G. monat, OHG. m[=a]n[=o]d, Icel. m[=a]nu[eth]r,
     m[=a]na[eth]r, Goth. m[=e]n[=o][thorn]s. [root]272. See
     One of the twelve portions into which the year is divided;
     the twelfth part of a year, corresponding nearly to the
     length of a synodic revolution of the moon, -- whence the
     name. In popular use, a period of four weeks is often called
     a month.
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     Note: In the common law, a month is a lunar month, or
           twenty-eight days, unless otherwise expressed.
           --Blackstone. In the United States the rule of the
           common law is generally changed, and a month is
           declared to mean a calendar month. --Cooley's
           [1913 Webster]
     {A month mind}.
     (a) A strong or abnormal desire. [Obs.] --Shak.
     (b) A celebration made in remembrance of a deceased person a
         month after death. --Strype.
     {Calendar months}, the months as adjusted in the common or
        Gregorian calendar; April, June, September, and November,
        containing 30 days, and the rest 31, except February,
        which, in common years, has 28, and in leap years 29.
     {Lunar month}, the period of one revolution of the moon,
        particularly a synodical revolution; but several kinds are
        distinguished, as the {synodical month}, or period from
        one new moon to the next, in mean length 29 d. 12 h. 44 m.
        2.87 s.; the {nodical month}, or time of revolution from
        one node to the same again, in length 27 d. 5 h. 5 m. 36
        s.; the {sidereal}, or time of revolution from a star to
        the same again, equal to 27 d. 7 h. 43 m. 11.5 s.; the
        {anomalistic}, or time of revolution from perigee to
        perigee again, in length 27 d. 13 h. 18 m. 37.4 s.; and
        the {tropical}, or time of passing from any point of the
        ecliptic to the same again, equal to 27 d. 7 h. 43 m. 4.7
     {Solar month}, the time in which the sun passes through one
        sign of the zodiac, in mean length 30 d. 10 h. 29 m. 4.1
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Anomalistic \A*nom`a*lis"tic\, Anomalistical
  \A*nom`a*lis"tic*al\, a. [Cf. F. anomalistique.]
     1. Irregular; departing from common or established rules.
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     2. (Astron.) Pertaining to the anomaly, or angular distance
        of a planet from its perihelion.
        [1913 Webster]
     {Anomalistic month}. See under {Month}.
     {Anomalistic revolution}, the period in which a planet or
        satellite goes through the complete cycles of its changes
        of anomaly, or from any point in its elliptic orbit to the
        same again.
     {Anomalistic}, or {Periodical year}. See under {Year}.
        [1913 Webster]

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