[ched-er] /ˈtʃɛd ər/
noun, (often initial capital letter)
a hard, smooth-textured cheese, made usually from the whole milk of cows and varying in color from white to deep yellow and in flavor from mild to sharp as it ages.
(sometimes not capital) any of several types of smooth hard yellow or whitish cheese
a village in SW England, in N Somerset: situated near Cheddar Gorge, a pass through the Mendip Hills renowned for its stalactitic caverns and rare limestone flora. Pop: 4796 (2001)
cash; ready money
type of cheese, 1660s (but the cheese presumably was made long before that), from Cheddar, village in Somerset, England, where it originally was made, from Old English Ceodre (c.880), probably from ceodor “ravine” (there is a gorge nearby).
Cash; ready money: out of chedda
noun 1. a low, mat-forming European plant, Dianthus gratianopolitanus, of the pink family, having solitary, fragrant, rose-colored flowers with fringed petals.
[ched-ahyt, shed-] /ˈtʃɛd aɪt, ˈʃɛd-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. an explosive for blasting, composed of a chlorate or perchlorate mixed with a fatty substance, as castor oil. /ˈtʃɛdaɪt; ˈʃɛd-/ noun 1. an explosive made by mixing a powdered chlorate or perchlorate with a fatty substance, such as castor oil
[khey-duh r; English khey-der, hey-] /ˈxeɪ dər; English ˈxeɪ dər, ˈheɪ-/ noun, plural chadarim [khuh-dah-rim] /xəˈdɑ rɪm/ (Show IPA). English, cheders. Yiddish. 1. . /ˈxɛdɛr; English ˈheɪdə/ noun (Judaism) (pl) chadarim (xadaˈriːm), (English) cheders 1. (in Western countries) elementary religious education classes, usually outside normal school hours 2. more traditionally, a full-time elementary religious school […]
(= Khudur-Lagamar of the inscriptions), king of Elam. Many centuries before the age of Abraham, Canaan and even the Sinaitic peninsula had been conquered by Babylonian kings, and in the time of Abraham himself Babylonia was ruled by a dynasty which claimed sovereignity over Syria and Palestine. The kings of the dynasty bore names which […]