relating to architecture or architects
naturally accompanying or associated
(from the Greek for "to lead out") a critical explanation or interpretation of a text, particularly a religious text
atone for (guilt or sin)
the fact of being or of being designated the child of a particular parent or parents
the non-scientific theory that the species alive today are identical to those of the past and that evolution does not happen
the relation between words with identical forms but different meanings
a French aristocrat, revolutionary politician, philosopher, and writer, famous for his libertine sexuality
denoting or relating to a name derived from the name of a father or male ancestor
when a word or phrase has multiple meanings (from Greek)
imbue with or treat as having a sacred character or quality
the act of determining and (usually) graphically representing the metrical character of a line of verse
a French symbolic poet and critic in the 19th century
transcending or of overarching concern to multiple discourses; defined by Foucault in What is an Author?
a classification according to general type, especially in archaeology, psychology, or the social sciences
give or assign a value to, especially a higher value: "The prophets valorized history"