(architect) another name for capital2
the ornamental head or capital of a pillar. Three Hebrew words are so rendered. (1.) _Cothereth_ (1 Kings 7:16; 2 Kings 25:17; 2 Chr. 4:12), meaning a “diadem” or “crown.” (2.) _Tzepheth_ (2 Chr. 3:15). (3.) _Rosh_ (Ex. 36:38; 38:17, 19, 28), properly a “head” or “top.”
an ecclesiastic attached to the chapel of a royal court, college, etc., or to a military unit. a person who says the prayer, invocation, etc., for an organization or at an assembly. noun a Christian clergyman attached to a private chapel of a prominent person or institution or ministering to a military body, professional group, […]
- Chaource cheese
noun a rich French cow’s milk cheese similar to Camembert Word Origin from Chaource, France in the Champagne region Usage Note cooking
completely confused or disordered: a chaotic mass of books and papers. adj. 1713, “in a state of primordial chaos,” irregularly formed in English from chaos + -ic, probably on model of eros/erotic, demos/demotic, hypnos/hypnotic, etc. Transferred or figurative meaning “confused, disordered” is from 1747.
characteristic of or resembling the comedy or filmmaking style of Charlie Chaplin. adj. 1921, from Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977), British-born silent movie star. The surname is attested from c.1200, from Old French chapelain “priest.”