the, a borough of New York City, N of Manhattan. 43.4 sq. mi. (112 sq. km).
a cocktail of gin, sweet and dry vermouth, and orange juice.
the Bronx, a borough of New York City, on the mainland, separated from Manhattan by the Harlem River. Pop: 1 363 198 (2003 est)
Jonas Bronck, who arrived at New Amsterdam in 1639, and whose name is perpetuated in Bronx Borough, Bronx Park, Bronxville — in New York — was a Scandinavian, in all probability a Dane and originally, as it seems, from Thorshavn, Faroe Islands, where his father was a pastor in the Lutheran Church. Faroe then belonged to Denmark-Norway and had been settled by Norwegians. The official language of the island in Bronck’s days was Danish. … Bronck may have been a Swede if we judge by the name alone for the name of Brunke is well known in Sweden. [John Oluf Evjen, “Scandinavian immigrants in New York, 1630-1674,” Minneapolis, 1916]
Bronx cheer first recorded 1929.
Metallurgy. any of various alloys consisting essentially of copper and tin, the tin content not exceeding 11 percent. any of various other alloys having a large copper content. a metallic brownish color. a work of art, as a statue, statuette, bust, or medal, composed of bronze. Numismatics. a coin made of bronze, especially one from […]
a period in the history of humankind, following the Stone Age and preceding the Iron Age, during which bronze weapons and implements were used. (lowercase) Classical Mythology. the third of the four ages of the human race, marked by war and violence; regarded as inferior to the silver age but superior to the following iron […]
ormolu (def 2).