Ethnarch to Euctical
(Eth"narch) n. [Gr. nation + leader, commander. See -arch.] (Gr. Antiq.) The governor of a
province or people. Lew Wallace.
(Eth"narch*y) n. The dominion of an ethnarch; principality and rule. Wright.
(Eth"nic Eth"nic*al) a. [L. ethnicus, Gr. fr. nation, the nations, heathens, gentiles: cf. F. ethnique.]
1. Belonging to races or nations; based on distinctions of race; ethnological.
2. Pertaining to the gentiles, or nations not converted to Christianity; heathen; pagan; opposed to Jewish
(Eth"nic) n. A heathen; a pagan. [Obs.]
No better reported than impure ethnic and lay dogs.Milton.
(Eth"nic*al*ly) adv. In an ethnical manner.
(Eth"ni*cism) n. Heathenism; paganism; idolatry. [Obs.] "Taint of ethnicism." B. Jonson.
(Eth*nog"ra*pher) n. One who investigates ethnography.
(Eth`no*graph"ic Eth`no*graph"ic*al) . a. [Cf. F. ethnographique.] pertaining to ethnography.
(Eth`no*graph"ic*al*ly), adv. In an ethnographical manner.
(Eth*nog"ra*phy) n. [Gr. nation + -graphy: cf. F. ethnographie.] That branch of knowledge
which has for its subject the characteristics of the human family, developing the details with which ethnology
as a comparative science deals; descriptive ethnology. See Ethnology.
(Eth`no*log"ic Eth`no*log"ic*al) a Of or pertaining to ethnology.
(Eth`no*log"ic*al*ly), adv. In an ethnological manner; by ethnological classification; as, one
belonging ethnologically to an African race.
(Eth*nol"o*gist) n. One versed in ethnology; a student of ethnology.
(Eth*nol"o*gy) n. [Gr. nation + -logy.] The science which treats of the division of mankind
into races, their origin, distribution, and relations, and the peculiarities which characterize them.
(Eth`o*log"ic Eth`o*log"ic*al) a [See Ethology.] treating of, or pertaining to, ethnic or morality,
or the science of character. J. S. Mill.
(E*thol"o*gist) n. One who studies or writes upon ethology.
(E*thol"o*gy) n. [Gr. a depicting of character; custom, moral nature + to speak.]
1. A treatise on morality; ethics.
2. The science of the formation of character, national and collective as well as individual. J. S. Mill.
(Eth"o*po*et"ic) [Gr. custom, manners + to make or form.] Expressing character. [Obs.]
(Eth"ule) [Ether + Gr. substance, base. Cf. Ethyl, and see -yl.] (Chem.) Ethyl. [Obs.]