Слова на букву gano-hipp (15990) Universalium
На главную О проекте Обратная связь Поддержать проектДобавить в избранное

  
EN-DE-FR →  Universalium →  !kun-arti arti-boom boom-chri chri-de k de k-enol enol-gano gano-hipp hipp-john john-lowe lowe-moth moth-oik oil-pius pius-ramp ramp-schw schw-stag stag-tils tils-unre unre-work


Слова на букву gano-hipp (15990)

< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 > >>
gently
gently [jent′lē] adv. 〚ME gentilly〛 in a gentle manner or to a gentle degree * * * See gentleness. * * *
Gentofte
▪ Denmark       northern residential suburb of Copenhagen. It maintains itself as a separate municipality, although it is now indistinguishable from the surrounding ...
Gentoo
/jen"tooh/, n., pl. Gentoos, adj. Archaic. n. 1. a Hindu. 2. any of the languages of those who practice the Hindu religion, esp. Telugu. adj. 3. of or relating to the ...
gentoo penguin
/jen"tooh/ a penguin, Pygoscelis papua, of small Antarctic islands. [1855-60; perh. GENTOO, though sense unclear] * * *
gentrice
/jen"tris/, n. Archaic. gentility; high birth. [1175-1225; ME gentrise < OF genterise, alter. of gentelise, equiv. to gentil GENTLE + -ise -ICE] * * *
gentrification
/jen'treuh fi kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the buying and renovation of houses and stores in deteriorated urban neighborhoods by upper- or middle-income families or individuals, thus ...
gentrified
/jen"treuh fuyd'/, adj. 1. very or excessively refined or elegant. 2. subjected to gentrification. [1975-80; GENTRIFY + -ED2] * * *
gentrifier
See gentrify. * * *
gentrify
—gentrifier, n. /jen"treuh fuy'/, v., gentrified, gentrifying. v.t. 1. to improve (a neighborhood) by gentrification. v.i. 2. to undergo gentrification: Some neighborhoods ...
gentry
/jen"tree/, n. 1. wellborn and well-bred people. 2. (in England) the class below the nobility. 3. an upper or ruling class; aristocracy. 4. those who are not members of the ...
Gentry, Charter to the
▪ Russian history also called  Charter to the Nobility , formally  Charter for the Rights, Freedoms, and Privileges of the Noble Russian Gentry , Russian  Zhalovannaya ...
gents'
/jents/, the Informal. a men's room. [1920-25; see GENT1, -S3] * * *
Gentz, Friedrich
born May 2, 1764, Breslau, Silesia, Prussia died June 9, 1832, Vienna, Austria German political journalist. Strongly influenced by Edmund Burke, he published journals and ...
genu
—genual, adj. /jee"nooh, -nyooh, jen"ooh, -yooh/, n., pl. genua /jen"ooh euh, -yooh euh/. Anat., Zool. 1. the knee. 2. a kneelike part or bend. [1850-55; < L; c. Gk góny ...
genu valgum
Pathol. knock-knee. [ < NL] * * *
genu-
I. genu-1 Knee; also angle. Oldest form *g̑enu-, becoming *genu- in centum languages. 1. Variant form *gneu-. a. knee, from Old English cnēo, knee, from Germanic *knewam; b. ...
genuflect
—genuflector, n. /jen"yoo flekt'/, v.i. 1. to bend the knee or touch one knee to the floor in reverence or worship. 2. to express a servile attitude. [1620-30; < ML ...
genuflection
/jen'yoo flek"sheuhn/, n. an act of bending the knee or touching it to the ground in reverence or worship. Also, esp. Brit., genuflexion. [1520-30; < ML genuflexion- (s. of ...
genuine
—genuinely, adv. —genuineness, n. /jen"yooh in/, adj. 1. possessing the claimed or attributed character, quality, or origin; not counterfeit; authentic; real: genuine ...
genuinely
See genuine. * * *
genuineness
See genuinely. * * *
genus
/jee"neuhs/, n., pl. genera /jen"euhr euh/, genuses. 1. Biol. the usual major subdivision of a family or subfamily in the classification of organisms, usually consisting of more ...
Gény, François
▪ French jurist born December 17, 1861, Baccarat, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France died December 16, 1959, Nancy       French law professor who originated the libre recherche ...
genə-
Also gen-. To give birth, beget; with derivatives referring to aspects and results of procreation and to familial and tribal groups. Oldest form *g̑enə₁-, becoming *genə₁- ...
geo-
a combining form meaning "the earth," used in the formation of compound words: geochemistry. [ < Gk geo-, comb. form of gê the earth] * * *
geo-economics
—geo-economic, geo-economical, adj. —geo-economically, adv. —geo-economist /jee'oh i kon"euh mist/, n. /jee'oh ek'euh nom"iks, -ee'keuh-/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the ...
Geo.
George. * * *
geobotanic
See geobotany. * * *
geobotanical
See geobotanic. * * *
geobotanically
See geobotanic. * * *
geobotanist
See geobotanic. * * *
geobotany
—geobotanical /jee'oh beuh tan"i keuhl/, geobotanic, adj. —geobotanically, adv. —geobotanist, n. /jee'oh bot"n ee/, n. phytogeography. [1900-05; GEO- + BOTANY] * * *
geocentric
—geocentrically, adv. /jee'oh sen"trik/, adj. 1. having or representing the earth as a center: a geocentric theory of the universe. 2. using the earth or earthly life as the ...
geocentric parallax.
See under parallax (def. 2). * * *
geocentric system
▪ astronomy       any theory of the structure of the solar system (or the universe) in which Earth is assumed to be at the centre of all. The most highly developed ...
geocentrically
See geocentric. * * *
geochemical
See geochemistry. * * *
Geochemical balance of some elements in seawater
▪ Table Geochemical balance of some elements in seawater element potential amount supplied to oceans (g/ton) amount present in seawater (g/ton) percentage in ...
geochemical cycle
Developmental path followed by individual elements or groups of elements in the crustal and subcrustal zones of the Earth and on its surface. The concept encompasses geochemical ...
geochemically
See geochemical. * * *
geochemist
See geochemical. * * *
geochemistry
—geochemical /jee'oh kem"i keuhl/, adj. —geochemically, adv. —geochemist, n. /jee'oh kem"euh stree/, n. the science dealing with the chemical changes in and the composition ...
geochronologic
See geochronology. * * *
geochronological
See geochronologic. * * *
geochronologically
See geochronologic. * * *
geochronologist
See geochronologic. * * *
geochronology
—geochronologic /jee'oh kron'l oj"ik/, geochronological, adj. —geochronologist, n. /jee'oh kreuh nol"euh jee/, n. the chronology of the earth, as based on both absolute and ...
geochronometric
See geochronometry. * * *
geochronometry
—geochronometric /jee'oh kron'euh me"trik/, adj. /jee'oh kreuh nom"i tree/, n. the determination of the absolute age of earth materials, as by radiometric dating. [1920-25; ...
geocode
/jee"euh kohd'/, n. the characterization of a neighborhood, locality, etc., according to such demographic features as ethnic composition or the average income or educational ...
geocorona
—geocoronal, adj. /jee'oh keuh roh"neuh/, n. a belt of ionized hydrogen surrounding the earth at the outer limit of the exosphere. [1955-60; GEO- + CORONA] * * *
geod.
1. geodesy. 2. geodetic. * * *
geode
—geodic /jee od"ik/, geodal /jee ohd"l/, adj. /jee"ohd/, n. 1. a hollow concretionary or nodular stone often lined with crystals. 2. the hollow or cavity of this. 3. any ...
geodesic
/jee'euh des"ik, -dee"sik/, adj. 1. Also, geodesical. pertaining to the geometry of curved surfaces, in which geodesic lines take the place of the straight lines of plane ...
geodesic dome
a light, domelike structure developed by R. Buckminster Fuller to combine the properties of the tetrahedron and the sphere and consisting essentially of a grid of compression or ...
geodesic line
the shortest line lying on a given surface and connecting two given points. [1885-90] * * *
geodesicdome
geodesic dome n. A domed or vaulted structure of lightweight straight elements that form interlocking polygons. * * *
geodesist
See geodesy. * * *
geodesy
—geodesist, n. /jee od"euh see/, n. the branch of applied mathematics that deals with the measurement of the shape and area of large tracts of country, the exact position of ...
geodetic
—geodetically, adv. /jee'euh det"ik/, adj. 1. pertaining to geodesy. 2. geodesic. Also, geodetical. [1665-75; irreg. from GEODESY; see -IC] * * *
geodetic survey
a land area survey in which the curvature of the surface of the earth is taken into account. [1875-80, Amer.] * * *
geodetically
See geodetic. * * *
geodeticsurvey
geodetic survey n. A survey of a large area of land in which corrections are made to account for the curvature of the earth. * * *
Geodimeter
/jee'euh dim"i teuhr/, Trademark. a brand of distance-measuring instrument, used in surveying, that measures the change in phase of a modulated light beam when it returns to the ...
geodome
/jee"euh dohm'/, n. a geodesic dome. [short for GEODESIC DOME] * * *
geoduck
/gooh"ee duk'/, n. a very large edible clam, Panope generosa, of the NW coast of the U.S. Also called gweduc. [1880-85, Amer.; < Puget Salish gwídaq] * * * Marine bivalve ...
geodynamics
—geodynamic, geodynamical, adj. —geodynamicist /jee'oh duy nam"euh sist/, n. /jee'oh duy nam"iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the science dealing with dynamic processes or ...
geoeconomic
See geoeconomics. * * *
geoeconomically
See geoeconomic. * * *
geoeconomics
geoeconomics [jē΄ō ek΄ə näm′iks, jē΄ōē΄kənäm′iks] n. 1. economics in its relationship to such geographical conditions as location and natural resources 2. a ...
geoeconomist
See geoeconomic. * * *
geofact
/jee"euh fakt'/, n. a rock, bone, shell, or the like that has been modified by natural processes to appear to look like an artifact. [GEO- + (ARTI)FACT] * * *
Geoffrey
/jef"ree/, n. a male given name: from Germanic, meaning "divine peace." * * * (as used in expressions) Chaucer Geoffrey Dawson George Geoffrey George Geoffrey Robinson De ...
Geoffrey Chaucer
➡ Chaucer * * *
Geoffrey de Havilland
➡ de Havilland * * *
Geoffrey II
▪ count of Anjou byname  Geoffrey Martel,  French  Geoffroi Martel  born Oct. 14, 1006 died Nov. 14, 1060, Angers, Anjou [France]       count of Anjou (1040–60), ...
Geoffrey IV
▪ count of Anjou also called  Geoffrey Plantagenet,  byname  Geoffrey The Fair,  French  Geoffroi Plantagenet, or Geoffroi Le Bel  born Aug. 24, 1113 died Sept. 7, 1151, ...
Geoffrey of Monmouth
1100?-1154, English chronicler. * * * died 1155 Medieval British chronicler. He was probably an Oxford cleric for most of his life. His mostly fictional History of the Kings ...
Geoffreyof Monmouth
Geof·frey of Mon·mouth (jĕfʹrē; mŏnʹməth), 1100?-1154. English prelate and chronicler whose Historia Regum Britanniae (c. 1139) is a source of Arthurian legend. * * *
Geoffrin, Marie-Thérèse Rodet
▪ French patroness born 1699, Paris, Fr. died 1777, Paris       French hostess whose salon in the Hôtel de Rambouillet was an international meeting place of artists ...
Geoffrion, Bernie
▪ 2007 Bernard Joseph André        Canadian ice hockey player and coach (b. Feb. 16, 1931, Montreal, Que.—d. March 11, 2006, Atlanta, Ga.), was considered the ...
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Étienne
▪ French naturalist born April 15, 1772, Étampes, Fr. died June 19, 1844, Paris       French naturalist who established the principle of “unity of composition,” ...
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore
▪ French zoologist born Dec. 16, 1805, Paris, Fr. died Nov. 10, 1861, Paris       French zoologist noted for his work on anatomical abnormalities in humans and lower ...
Geoffroy's cat
▪ mammal       South American cat of the family Felidae, found in mountainous regions, especially in Argentina. It is gray or brown with black markings and grows to a ...
Geoffroy, Étienne-François
▪ French chemist also called  Geoffroy L'aîné, or Geoffroy The Elder   born Feb. 13, 1672, Paris, Fr. died Jan. 6, 1731, Paris  French chemist, the first chemist to speak ...
geog
geog abbrev. 1. geographer 2. geographical 3. geography * * *
geog.
1. geographer. 2. geographic; geographical. 3. geography. * * *
geognosy
—geognostic /jee'og nos"tik/, geognostical, adj. —geognostically, adv. /jee og"neuh see/, n. Archaic. a science dealing with the constituent parts of the earth, its envelope ...
geographer
/jee og"reuh feuhr/, n. a person who specializes in geographical research, delineation, and study. [1535-45; < LL geograph(us) ( < Gk geográphos, equiv. to geo- GEO- + gráphos ...
geographic
ge·o·graph·ic (jē'ə-grăfʹĭk) also ge·o·graph·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) adj. 1. Of or relating to geography. 2. Concerning the topography of a specific ...
geographic determinism
Sociol. a doctrine that regards geographical conditions as the determining or molding agency of group life. * * *
geographic information system (GIS)
Computerized system that relates and displays data collected from a geographic entity in the form of a map. The ability of GIS to overlay existing data with new information and ...
Geographic Names, Board on
▪ United States government agency       interdepartmental agency of the U.S. government created in 1890 and providing standardized geographic names of foreign and ...
geographic range
Navig. the distance at which a certain light, as that of a lighthouse, is visible to the eye at a given elevation, assuming that the weather is clear and that the light is ...
geographical
—geographically, adv. /jee'euh graf"i keuhl/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to geography. 2. of or pertaining to the natural features, population, industries, etc., of a region or ...
geographical mile.
See nautical mile. [1815-25] * * *
geographically
See geographic. * * *
geographicmile
geographic mile n. A nautical mile. * * *
Géographie Universelle
▪ French monograph       major French work on regional geography of the entire world. It consists of 15 volumes in 23 parts. The work is known for its vivid ...
Geographos
▪ asteroid       an asteroid that passes inside Earth's (Earth) orbit. Geographos was discovered in 1951 by American astronomers Albert Wilson and Rudolf Minkowski at ...
geography
/jee og"reuh fee/, n., pl. geographies. 1. the science dealing with the areal differentiation of the earth's surface, as shown in the character, arrangement, and interrelations ...
geohydrology
—geohydrologic /jee'oh huy'dreuh loj"ik/, geohydrological, adj. —geohydrologically, adv. —geohydrologist, n. /jee'oh huy drol"euh jee/, n. hydrogeology. [1905-10; GEO- + ...
geoid
—geoidal, adj. /jee"oyd/, n. 1. an imaginary surface that coincides with mean sea level in the ocean and its extension through the continents. 2. the geometric figure formed by ...
geoidal
See geoid. * * *
geoisotherm
/jee'oh uy"seuh therrm'/, n. isogeotherm. [GEO- + ISOTHERM] * * *
geol
geol abbrev. 1. geologic(al) 2. geologist 3. geology * * *
geol.
1. geologic; geological. 2. geologist. 3. geology. * * *
geologic
—geologically, adv. /jee'euh loj"ik/, adj. of, pertaining to, or based on geology. Also, geological. [1790-1800; GEOLOG(Y) + -IC] * * *
geologic time
the succession of eras, periods, and epochs as considered in historical geology. [1860-65] * * * Interval of time occupied by the Earth's geologic history, extending from с ...
geological
See geologic. * * *
Geological Survey
1. U.S. Govt. a division of the Department of the Interior, created in 1879, that studies the nation's water and mineral resources, makes topographic surveys, and classifies and ...
geologically
See geologic. * * *
geologictime
geologic time n. The period of time covering the physical formation and development of Earth, especially the period prior to human history. * * *
geologist
/jee ol"euh jist/, n. a person who specializes in geologic research and study. [1785-95; GEOLOG(Y) + -IST] * * *
geologize
/jee ol"euh juyz'/, v., geologized, geologizing. v.i. 1. to study geology. v.t. 2. to examine geologically. Also, esp. Brit., geologise. [1825-35; GEOLOG(Y) + -IZE] * * *
geology
/jee ol"euh jee/, n., pl. geologies. 1. the science that deals with the dynamics and physical history of the earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the physical, chemical, ...
Geology and Geochemistry
▪ 2008 Introduction Diamond inclusions in ancient terrestrial rock provided clues about the early history of Earth's crust. Scientists studied slow earthquakes and the ...
geom
geom abbrev. geometry * * *
geom.
1. geometric; geometrical. 2. geometry. * * *
geomagnetic
—geomagnetician /jee'oh mag'ni tish"euhn/, geomagnetist, n. /jee'oh mag net"ik/, adj. of or pertaining to geomagnetism. [1900-05; GEO- + MAGNETIC] * * *
geomagnetic field
Magnetic field associated with the Earth. It is essentially dipolar (i.e., it has two poles, the northern and southern magnetic poles) on the Earth's surface. Away from the ...
geomagnetic reversal
Alternation of the Earth's magnetic polarity. The Earth's internal magnetic field reverses, on average, about every 300,000 to 1 million years. This reversal is very sudden on a ...
geomagnetic storm.
See magnetic storm. [1940-45] * * *
geomagnetically
See geomagnetic. * * *
geomagneticequator
geomagnetic equator n. The imaginary great circle on the earth's surface formed by the intersection of a plane passing through the earth's center perpendicular to the axis ...
geomagnetics
Branch of geophysics concerned with all aspects of the Earth's magnetic field, including its origin, variation through time, and manifestations in the form of magnetic poles, the ...
geomagneticstorm
geomagnetic storm n. See magnetic storm. * * *
geomagnetism
/jee'oh mag"ni tiz'euhm/, n. 1. the earth's magnetic field and associated phenomena. 2. the branch of geophysics that studies such phenomena. [1935-40; GEO- + MAGNETISM] * * *
geomancer
See geomancy. * * *
geomancy
—geomancer, n. —geomantic, adj. /jee"euh man'see/, n. divination by geographic features or by figures or lines. [1325-75; ME < OF geomancie
geomantic
See geomancer. * * *
geomedicine
—geomedical /jee'oh med"i keuhl/, adj. /jee'oh med"euh seuhn/ or, esp. Brit., /-med"sin/, n. the branch of medicine dealing with the effect of geography on disease. [GEO- + ...
geometer
/jee om"i teuhr/, n. 1. geometrician. 2. a geometrid moth or larva. [1375-1425; late ME gemeter < LL geometer, for L geometres < Gk geométres, equiv. to geo- GEO- + -metres, ...
Geometres, John
▪ Byzantine poet, official, and monk also called  John Kyriotes   flourished 10th century       Byzantine poet, official, and monk, known for his short poems in ...
geometric
—geometrically, adv. /jee'euh me"trik/, adj. Also, geometrical. 1. of or pertaining to geometry or to the principles of geometry. 2. resembling or employing the simple ...
geometric mean
Math. the mean of n positive numbers obtained by taking the nth root of the product of the numbers: The geometric mean of 6 and 24 is 12. * * *
Geometric Patterns of the Type Used in Studying Concept Formation
▪ Table object number size colour shape 1 big green triangle 2 big green circle 3 ...
geometric progression
Math. a sequence of terms in which the ratio between any two successive terms is the same, as the progression 1, 3, 9, 27, 81 or 144, 12, 1, 1/12, 1/144. Also called geometric ...
geometric ratio
Math. the ratio of consecutive terms in a geometric progression. Also called common ratio. [1800-10] * * *
geometric series
Math. 1. an infinite series of the form, c + cx + cx2 + cx3 + ..., where c and x are real numbers. 2. See geometric progression. [1830-40] * * *
Geometric style
Style of vase painting that flourished in Athens с 1000–700 BC. Vases decorated in this style feature horizontal bands filled with geometric patterns such as zigzags, ...
geometrical optics
the branch of optics dealing with light as rays, esp. in the study of the effects of lenses and mirrors on light beams and of their combination in optical ...
geometrical pace
a pace of 5 ft. (1.5 m), representing the distance between the places at which the same foot rests on the ground in walking. Also called great pace. [1550-60] * * *
geometrically
See geometric. * * *
geometrician
/jee om'i trish"euhn, jee'euh mi-/, n. a person skilled in geometry. [1475-85; GEOMETRIC + -IAN] * * *
geometricisomer
geometric isomer n. A chemical compound having the same molecular formula as another but a different geometric configuration, as when atoms or groups of atoms are attached in ...
geometricize
—geometricization, n. /jee'euh me"treuh suyz'/, v.t., geometricized, geometricizing. to draw, design, or form in geometrical shapes or patterns. Also, esp. Brit., ...
geometricmean
geometric mean n. The nth root, usually the positive nth root, of a product of n factors. * * *
geometricpace
geometric pace n. See pace1. * * *
geometricprogression
geometric progression n. A sequence, such as the numbers 1, 3, 9, 27, 81, in which each term is multiplied by the same factor in order to obtain the following term. * * *
geometrics
/jee'euh me"triks/, n. (used with a pl. v.) the geometric characteristics or features of a thing: the geometrics of a building design. [1960-65; see GEOMETRIC, -METRICS] * * *
geometricseries
geometric series n. An infinite series of the form a + ax + ax2 + ax3 +... * * *
geometrid
/jee om"i trid/, adj. 1. belonging or pertaining to the family Geometridae, comprising slender-bodied, broad-winged moths, the larvae of which are called measuring worms. n. 2. a ...
geometrid moth
▪ insect       any member of a group of moths (order Lepidoptera) that includes the species commonly known as pug, wave, emerald, and carpet moths. The larvae of ...
geometrize
—geometrization, n. /jee om"i truyz'/, v., geometrized, geometrizing. v.i. 1. to work by geometric methods. v.t. 2. to put into geometric form. Also, esp. Brit., ...
geōmoroi
▪ Greek social class also called  agroikoi , or  Geōrgoi        class of citizens in ancient Greek society. In 7th-century-BC Attic society, geōmoroi were ...
geomorphic
/jee'euh mawr"fik/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the form of the earth or the forms of its surface. 2. resembling the earth in form. [1890-95; GEO- + -MORPHIC] * * *
geomorphic cycle
also called  geographic cycle , or  cycle of erosion        theory of the evolution of landforms. In this theory, first set forth by William M. Davis (Davis, William ...
geomorphologic
See geomorphology. * * *
geomorphological
See geomorphologic. * * *
geomorphologically
See geomorphologic. * * *
geomorphologist
See geomorphologic. * * *
geomorphology
—geomorphological /jee'euh mawr'pheuh loj"i keuhl/, geomorphologic, adj. —geomorphologist, n. /jee'euh mawr fol"euh jee/, n. the study of the characteristics, origin, and ...
geonavigation
/jee'oh nav'i gay"sheuhn/, n. navigation by means of observations of terrestrial features. [1880-85; GEO- + NAVIGATION] * * *
Geonim
—Geonic /gay on"ik/, adj. Seph. /ge aw neem"/; Ashk. /gay oh"nim/, n. Hebrew. a pl. of Gaon. * * *
geophagism
See geophagy. * * *
geophagist
See geophagism. * * *
geophagy
—geophagist, n. —geophagous /jee of"euh geuhs/, adj. /jee of"euh jee/, n. the practice of eating earthy matter, esp. clay or chalk, as in famine-stricken areas. Also, ...
geophilous
/jee of"euh leuhs/, adj. 1. Zool. terrestrial, as certain snails. 2. Bot. fruiting underground. [1850-55; < NL Geophilus genus name; see GEO-, -PHILE, -OUS] * * *
geophone
/jee"euh fohn'/, n. a device that is placed on or in the ground and used to detect seismic waves. [1915-20; GEO- + -PHONE] * * * ▪ instrument       trade name for an ...
geophysical
See geophysics. * * *
geophysically
See geophysical. * * *
geophysicist
See geophysical. * * *
geophysics
—geophysical, adj. —geophysically, adv. —geophysicist, n. /jee'oh fiz"iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of geology that deals with the physics of the earth and its ...
geophyte
—geophytic /jee'euh fit"ik/, adj. /jee"euh fuyt'/, n. Bot. a plant propagated by means of underground buds. [1895-1900; GEO- + -PHYTE] * * *
geopolitical
See geopolitics. * * *
geopolitically
See geopolitical. * * *
geopolitician
See geopolitical. * * *
geopolitics
—geopolitic, geopolitical /jee'oh peuh lit"i keuhl/, adj. —geopolitically, adv. —geopolitician /jee'oh pol'i tish"euhn/, geopolitist, n. /jee'oh pol"i tiks/, n. (used with ...
geoponic
/jee'euh pon"ik/, adj. of or pertaining to tillage or agriculture; agricultural. [1600-10; < Gk geoponikós pertaining to husbandry, equiv. to geopón(os) husbandman (geo- GEO- + ...
geoponics
/jee'euh pon"iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. the art or science of agriculture. 2. gardening or farming in soil. Cf. hydroponics. [1600-10; see GEOPONIC, -ICS] * * *
geopotential
/jee'oh peuh ten"sheuhl/, n. Physics. the difference between the potential energy of a mass at a given altitude and the potential energy of an identical mass at sea level, ...
geopressured
/jee'oh presh"euhrd/, adj. subject to geostatic pressure. Also, geopressurized. [1965-70; GEO- + PRESSURE + -ED2] * * *
georama
/jee'euh ram"euh, -rah"meuh/, n. an encompassingly large, hollow globe on the inside of which is depicted a map of the earth's surface, to be viewed by a spectator within the ...
Geordie
/jawr"dee/, n. Brit. 1. a native of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. 2. the dialect spoken by Geordies. [generic use of Geordie, hypocoristic form of GEORGE] * * *
Georg
(as used in expressions) Georg Bauer Békésy Georg von Bodmer Johann Georg Brandes Georg Morris Cohen Büchner Georg Cantor Georg Caprivi Georg Leo count von Embden Gustav ...
Georg Solti
➡ Solti * * *
Georgann
/jawr jan"/, n. a female given name. * * *
George
/jawrj/, n. 1. a figure of St. George killing the dragon, esp. one forming part of the insignia of the Order of the Garter. 2. Brit. Slang. any coin bearing the image of St. ...
George Abbott
➡ Abbott * * *
George and Weedon Grossmith
➡ Grossmith * * *
George Balanchine
➡ Balanchine * * *
George Bernard Shaw
➡ Shaw (II) * * *
George Best
➡ Best (II) * * *
George Burns
➡ Burns (I) * * *
George Bush
➡ Bush (I) * * *
George Bush: Inaugural Address
▪ Primary Source       Friday, January 20, 1989       Mr. Chief Justice, Mr. President, Vice President Quayle, Senator Mitchell, Speaker Wright, Senator Dole, ...
George Bush: Operation Desert Storm
▪ Primary Source       In August 1990 Iraqi forces invaded neighbouring Kuwait in an attempt to gain control of its oil reserves, prompting U.S. President George Bush to ...
George Canning
➡ Canning * * *
George Carey
➡ Carey * * *
George Clinton
➡ Clinton (II) * * *
George Clooney
➡ Clooney * * *
George Cross
the highest award given to British civilians for doing something very brave, such as risking danger to help other people. It is a silver medal in the shape of a cross. The George ...
George Cruickshank
➡ Cruickshank * * *
George Cukor
➡ Cukor * * *
George du Maurier
➡ du Maurier (II) * * *
George E. Pickett: Reflections on Gettysburg
▪ Primary Source       Although Gen. James Longstreet was technically in command of the forces that stormed the centre of the Union lines at Gettysburg on the final day ...
George Eastman
➡ Eastman * * *
George Eliot
➡ Eliot (I) * * *
George Foreman
➡ Foreman * * *
George Foreman Grill
➡ Foreman * * *
George Formby
➡ Formby * * *
George Fox
➡ Fox (II) * * *
George Frideric Handel
➡ Handel * * *
George Galloway
➡ Galloway * * *
George Gershwin
➡ Gershwin * * *
George Gilbert Scott
➡ Scott (II) * * *
George Gordon Byron
➡ Byron * * *
George Harrison
➡ Harrison (I) * * *
George Hepplewhite
➡ Hepplewhite * * *
George Herbert
➡ Herbert (II) * * *
George I
1. 1660-1727, king of England 1714-27. 2. 1845-1913, king of Greece 1863-1913. * * * I Greek Georgios orig. Prince William of Denmark born Dec. 24, 1845, Copenhagen, Den. died ...
George II
1. 1683-1760, king of England 1727-60 (son of George I). 2. 1890-1947, king of Greece 1922-23 and 1935-47. * * * I Greek Georgios born July 20, 1890, Tatoi, near Athens, ...
George III
1738-1820, king of England 1760-1820 (grandson of George II). * * * orig. George William Frederick born June 4, 1738, London, Eng. died Jan. 29, 1820, Windsor Castle, near ...
George IV
1762-1830, king of England 1820-30 (son of George III). * * * orig. George Augustus Frederick born Aug. 12, 1762, London, Eng. died June 26, 1830, Windsor, Berkshire King of ...
George Jeffreys
➡ Jeffreys * * *
George Lascelles
➡ Harewood * * *
George M Cohan
➡ Cohan * * *
George Macaulay Trevelyan
➡ Trevelyan * * *
George Mallory
➡ Mallory and Irvine * * *
George Mason University
▪ university, Fairfax, Virginia, United States       public, coeducational institution of higher learning in Fairfax, Virginia, U.S. It consists of 12 colleges and ...
George Medal
an award given to British civilians for doing something brave. It is a round silver medal. The George Medal is considered a great honour, though not as great as the George Cross. ...
George Michael
➡ Michael * * *
George Michael Cohan
➡ Cohan * * *
George Nathaniel Curzon
➡ Curzon * * *
George Of Cappadocia
▪ Egyptian bishop born , Lydda?, Palestine [now Lod, Israel] died Dec. 24, 361, Alexandria, Egypt       opponent of and controversial successor (357) to Bishop ...
George of Laodicea
▪ Egyptian bishop born , Alexandria, Egypt died c. 361, Laodicea [now Latakia], Syria       bishop of Laodicea who was one of the principal champions of the ...
George Of Trebizond
▪ Byzantine humanist born 1396, Candia, Crete [now Iráklion, Greece] died 1486, Rome [Italy]       Byzantine humanist, Greek scholar, and Aristotelian polemist. His ...
George Orwell
➡ Orwell * * *
George Passmore
➡ Gilbert and George * * *
George Patton
➡ Patton * * *
George Philip and Son
▪ British publishing company       British publishing house, one of the oldest in the United Kingdom, located in London. The company, specializing in maps and atlases, ...
George River
▪ river, Canada French  Rivière George,         river in Nord-du-Québec region, northeastern Quebec province, Canada. It rises near the Labrador (Newfoundland) ...
George Robertson
➡ Robertson (I) * * *
George Robey
➡ Robey * * *
George Romney
➡ Romney * * *
George Roy Hill
➡ Hill (II) * * *
George Shearing
➡ Shearing * * *
George Steinbrenner
➡ Steinbrenner * * *
George Stephenson
➡ Stephenson (I) * * *
George Stubbs
➡ Stubbs * * *
George the Monk
▪ Byzantine historian also called  George the Sinner , Greek  Georgios Hamartolos  flourished 9th century       Byzantine historian, author of a world chronicle ...
George the Pisidian
▪ Byzantine poet Greek  Georgios Pisides  flourished 7th century       Byzantine epic poet, historian, and cleric whose classically structured verse was acclaimed as ...
George The Syncellus
▪ Byzantine historian flourished 8th century died after 810       Byzantine historian and author of a world chronicle of events from the creation to the reign of the ...
George Town
▪ Malaysia also spelled  Georgetown , also called  Penang , or  Pinang        leading port of Malaysia, situated on a triangular promontory in the northeastern ...
George V
1865-1936, king of England 1910-36 (son of Edward VII). * * * orig. George Frederick Ernest Albert born June 3, 1865, London, Eng. died Jan. 20, 1936, Sandringham, ...
George VI
1895-1952, king of England 1936-1952 (second son of George V; brother of Edward VIII). * * * orig. Albert Frederick Arthur George born Dec. 14, 1895, Sandringham, Norfolk, ...
George W Bush
➡ Bush (II) * * *
George W. Bush: Declaration of War on Terrorism
▪ Primary Source       On the morning of September 11, 2001, nineteen Middle Eastern terrorists hijacked four American passenger jets and used the planes as guided ...
George W. Bush: First Inaugural Address
▪ Primary Source George W. Bush : First Inaugural Address       January 20, 2001       President Clinton, distinguished guests and my fellow citizens, the ...
George W. Bush: Immigration Reform
▪ Primary Source       The United States has long been referred to as a “melting pot” and a “nation of immigrants.” Despite this, immigration has been a ...
George Walker Bush
➡ Bush (II) * * *
George Wallace
➡ Wallace (III) * * *
George Washington
➡ Washington (IV) * * *

< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 > >>

© en-de-fr.com.ua - EN-DE-FR 2009-2017 Информация публикуется на сайте для ознакомительного процесса.
 
Выполнено за: 0.091 c;