A mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person
the stigma of mental disorder
to be a nonreader carries a social stigma
(in Christian tradition) Marks corresponding to those left on Jesus’ body by the Crucifixion, said to have been impressed by divine favor on the bodies of St. Francis of Assisi and others
A visible sign or characteristic of a disease
A mark or spot on the skin
(in a flower) The part of a pistil that receives the pollen during pollination
the apical end of the style where deposited pollen enters the pistil
mark: a symbol of disgrace or infamy; "And the Lord set a mark upon Cain"--Genesis
an external tracheal aperture in a terrestrial arthropod
a skin lesion that is a diagnostic sign of some disease
Erving Goffman (June 11, 1922 – November 19, 1982), was a Canadian born sociologist and writer.
Stigma — is the receptive tip of a carpel, or of several fused carpels, in the gynoecium of a flower. The stigma receives pollen at pollination and it is on the stigma that the pollen grain germinates. The stigma is adapted to catch and trap pollen with various hairs, flaps, or sculpturings. ...
Stigmata are bodily marks, sores, or sensations of pain in locations corresponding to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus, such as the hands & feet. The term originates from the line at the end of Saint Paul's Letter to the Galatians where he says, "I bear on my body the marks of Jesus. ...
Stigma was an album by EMF. "It's You" was actually called "It's You That Leaves Me Dry" but was re-titled to "It's You" and re-mixed for the single release.
Philip Michael Thomas (born May 26, 1949) is an American actor. Thomas' most famous role is that of detective Ricardo Tubbs on the hit 1980s TV series Miami Vice. His first notable roles were in Coonskin and opposite Irene Cara in the 1976 film Sparkle. ...
Stigma are a Punk, Metal and Rock influenced band from Dublin, Ireland. Combining Influences of The Ramones, Agnostic Front, Motörhead, The Who, New Model Army and Thin Lizzy they created a unique sound. ...
A mark of infamy or disgrace; A scar or birthmark; The sticky part of a flower that receives pollen during pollination; a ligature of the Greek letters sigma and tau, (Ϛ/ϛ)
A negative stereotype about a group of people.
The pollen accepting organ in a flower.
Part of the female reproductive structure of the carpel of a þower; the sticky surface at the tip of the style to which pollen grains attach. The receptive surface of the pistil (of the flower) on which pollen is placed by a pollinator. PICTURE 1 | PICTURE 2
A thickly sclerotized and usually darkly pigmented area on the fore wing margin at the apex of the costal vein. In Chalcidoidea, a knob-like enlargement of the apex of the stigmal vein.
The glandular sticky surface at the tip of a carpel of a flower, which receives the pollen
As used by Erving Goffman (1922-1982), a differentness about an individual which is given a negative evaluation by others and thus distorts and discredits the public identity of the person. ...
Stigma is defined by The New Oxford American Dictionary as "a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance." In other words, a group of people are stigmatized or rejected if they are seen as different from or worse off than their peers.
The sticky part of a plant that serves as a landing pad for pollen and allows pollination to occur.
The terminating portion of a pistil which collects the pollen.
Each of the respiratory openings or breathing-pores; a spiracle
The apical portion of the pistil in flowering plants.
The opening in the pistil through which the pollen passes to the ovary.
is the negative and prejudicial ways in which people living with mental illness are labelled. Stigma is an internal attitude and belief held by individuals, often about a minority group such as people with mental illness.
Pollen-receptive structure of gynoecium (arrays of papillae), usually borne at or near tip of style or style branch; in Compositae presented as stigmatic lines along the adaxial faces of style branches. Compositae style branches often bear nonstigmatic sterile distal appendages. ...