one of the Graces, married to Hephaestus.
singular of Charites.
the ancient Greek name for the Graces.
a river in N central Africa, rising in the N Central African Republic and flowing north to Lake Chad. Length: about 2250 km (1400 miles)
noun a group of languages of E Africa, now generally regarded as a branch of the Nilo-Saharan family, spoken in parts of the Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaïre), Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and adjacent countries adjective relating to or belonging to this group of languages
noun (informal) a jocular spelling of charity, as pronounced in a mid-Atlantic accent
cautious or careful; wary: He was chary of investing in oil wells. shy; timid. fastidious; choosy: She is excessively chary about her friends. sparing (often followed by of): chary of his praise. adjective charier, chariest wary; careful choosy; finicky shy sparing; mean adj. Old English cearig “sorrowful” (see care (n.)). Sense evolved 16c. from “full […]
a city in E Afghanistan, in the Hindu Kush range.