The following 44 words ending in ‘axon.’ However, many of those words are no longer used in English literature. The Merriam-Webster dictionary doesn’t recognize a few of these words. Therefore, we have given those words without definition.
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A member of the germanic peoples conquering england in the fifth century a.d. and forming the ruling class until the norman conquest; englishman; specifically : a person descended from the anglo-saxons; a white gentile of an english-speaking nation.
A usually long and single nerve-cell process that usually conducts impulses away from the cell body.
Wig; especially : a much-worn wig.
A klaxon horn.
A nerve cell with two axons.
—used for an electrically operated horn or warning signal.
Developed by growth along a single axis —used especially of a sponge spicule; having monaxon spicules —used of a sponge.
Axon; central nervous system.
A nerve cell having several axons; a polyaxon sponge spicule.
A member of a germanic people that entered and conquered england with the angles and jutes in the fifth century a.d. and merged with them to form the anglo-saxon people; an englishman or lowlander as distinguished from a welshman, irishman, or highlander.
An axon that splits into nearly equal branches; especially : an axon of a sensory neuron entering the spinal cord and being so split.
A salishan people of the southwest puget sound area, washington; a member of such people; a dialect related to skagit.
A scientifically classified group or entity : a taxonomic unit (such as a genus or order) of any rank; the name applied to a taxonomic group in a formal system of nomenclature.
A tetraxial sponge spicule.
A sponge spicule having three axes crossing at right angles to form six rays.
The following words also end in axon; however, we couldn’t find definitions of these words from the Merriam-Webster dictionary.