Stigmaria to Stimulant
(||Stig*ma"ri*a) n. [NL. See Stigma.] (Paleon.) The fossil root stem of a coal plant of the
(||Stig"ma*ta) n.; pl. of Stigma.
1. A notorious profligate or criminal who has been branded; one who bears the marks of infamy or punishment.
2. A person who is marked or deformed by nature. Shak.
(Stig*mat"ic Stig*mat"ic*al) a. [See Stigma.]
1. Marked with a stigma, or with something reproachful to character.
2. Impressing with infamy or reproach. [R.]
3. (Bot., Anat., etc) Of or pertaining to a stigma or stigmata.
Stigmatic geometry, or Stigmatics, that science in which the correspondence of index and stigma
(see Stigma, 7) is made use of to establish geometrical proportions.
(Stig*mat"ic*al*ly), adv. With a stigma, or mark of infamy or deformity.
(Stig"ma*tist) n. One believed to be supernaturally impressed with the marks of Christ's wounds.
See Stigma, 8.
1. The act of stigmatizing.
2. (R. C. Ch.) The production of stigmata upon the body. See Stigma, 8.
(Stig"ma*tize) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Stigmatized ; p. pr. & vb. n. Stigmatizing ] [F. stigmatiser,
1. To mark with a stigma, or brand; as, the ancients stigmatized their slaves and soldiers.
That . . . hold out both their ears with such delight and ravishment, to be stigmatized and bored through
in witness of their own voluntary and beloved baseness.Milton.
2. To set a mark of disgrace on; to brand with some mark of reproach or infamy.
To find virtue extolled and vice stigmatized.Addison.
(Stig"ma*tose`) a. (Bot.) Same as Stigmatic.
(Stig"o*no*man`cy) n. [Gr. one who is marked, or one who marks ( to mark with a pointed
instrument, to prick) + -mancy.] Divination by writing on the bark of a tree.
(Stike) n. [See Stich.] Stanza. [Obs.] Sackville.
(Sti"lar) a. [From Stile a style.] Of or pertaining to the style of a dial. [Written also stylar.]
(Stil"bene) n. [See Stilbite.] (Chem.) A hydrocarbon, C14H12, produced artificially in large,
fine crystals; called also diphenyl ethylene, toluylene, etc.