[bahr-too-loo-me-oo] /ˌbɑr tʊ lʊˈmɛ ʊ/ (Show IPA), c1450–1500, Portuguese navigator: discoverer of the Cape of Good Hope.
Bartholomeu (ˌbərtuluˈmeu). ?1450–1500, Portuguese navigator who discovered the sea route from Europe to the East via the Cape of Good Hope (1488)
one of the 12 apostles: sometimes called Nathanael. Mark 3:18. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “son of Talmai.”. (Dimitrios Archontonis) born 1940, Archbishop of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox Church since 1991. Historical Examples Afterwards it was held by the heirs of Bartholomew de Fontibus. Chelsea George Bryan […]
- Bartholomew i
(Dimitrios Archontonis) born 1940, Archbishop of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox Church since 1991.
- Bartholomew’s rule of fourths
bartholomew’s rule of fourths Bartholomew’s rule of fourths Bar·thol·o·mew’s rule of fourths (bär-thŏl’ə-myōōz’) n. A rule for determining the duration of pregnancy by measuring the height of the fundus of the uterus above the pubic symphysis.
(Jean) Louis [zhahn lwee] /ʒɑ̃ lwi/ (Show IPA), 1862–1934, French statesman and author. Historical Examples The Barthou Cabinet had been overthrown early in December, 1913, after a vote on a government loan. A History of the Third French Republic C. H. C. Wright First the Barthou Cabinet fell as a result of financial legislation and […]