comes from polys, the Greek word for "many."
Showing a variety or a change of colors; multicolored.
(1) One who can speak or write several languages. (2) Having or using several languages.
A chemical compound formed by the reaction in which two or more molecules combine to form larger molecules with repeating structural units.
Music consisting of two or more independent but harmonious melodies.
comes from primus, the Latin word for "first."
(1) Original or primitive. (2) First in importance.
(1) Bearing a first offspring. (2) Having borne only one previous offspring.
An exclusive right of inheritance belonging to the eldest son of a single set of parents.
(1) First created or developed. (2) Existing in or from the very beginning.
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