Physical is the word.
Absence of social, mental and physical illness.
The word relates to the body as opposed to the mind or spirit
Balaheenar = people poor in physical power.
Mass is a property of a physical system or body.
Yes the word exercise can be a noun as in a physical activity. It is also a verb meaning to perform the physical activity.
appearance to the eye or mind; look: the physical aspect of the country.
Rickety is a word in the English language meaning of unsound physical condition.
Both the military rank and the adjective (meaning of the body, physical) are spelled corporal.There is a similar word, also meaning of a physical or tangible nature, which is corporeal.
The word sedentary is often used when discussing a general lack of physical activity.
The spelling "madder" is an adjective meaning more mad (angrier).The similar word is matter, meaning physical substance.
legal basis of physical education is like a word of PUTANG INA MO! just find a way to get the meaning of that word i think i helped a lot ^^
harmful or injurious to health or physical well-being morally harmful
misery, torment (usually in the emotional sense, not the physical), pain, anguish
It derives from Alchemy, meaning 'natural physical process'. The word came into being in the late 1590's
Physical Examples: Physically strong = Fisiek sterk A physical game = 'n Fisieke spel Physics = Fisieka
The "medical" (actually Latin) word for 'pain' is dolor, if that helps.
'MEANING' in other words can be the 'vocabulary' of a word or the 'essence' of the word as to what the word precisely means. OR meaning is the meaning of meaning what you just said meaning
No! For that meaning you'd probably use the word "battles" - or "arguments" for a verbal rather than a physical disagreement. Hope that helps!
The word 'milieu' is from the French language. It's meaning is the physical or social environment in which something happens. It was first used in 1854.
From Greek Elektron meaning amber. The physical force was so called because it was generated by rubbing amber
Yes, the term 'physical appearance' is a compound noun; a word made up of two or more words to from a noun with a meaning of its own.
Cosmos, in astronomy, the entire physical universe considered as a unified whole (from the Greek kosmos, meaning “order,” “harmony,” and “the world”). Generally speaking, we use the word universe to mean the entire physical universe; a synonym is cosmos.