[shair-boo rg; French sher-boor] /ˈʃɛər bʊərg; French ʃɛrˈbur/
a seaport in NW France.
/ˈʃɛəbʊəɡ; French ʃɛrbur/
a port in NW France, on the English Channel. Pop: 25 370 (1999)
[sher-shey la-fam] /ʃɛrˈʃeɪ laˈfam/ French. 1. look for the woman: advice offered facetiously in any situation, especially one of doubt or mystery. French, literally “seek the woman,” on the notion that a woman is the cause for whatever crime has been committed, first used by Alexandre Dumas père in “Les Mohicans de Paris” (1864) in […]
[Sephardic Hebrew khe-rem; Ashkenazic Hebrew khey-ruh m] /Sephardic Hebrew ˈxɛ rɛm; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxeɪ rəm/ noun, Hebrew. 1. . [Sephardic Hebrew khe-rem; Ashkenazic Hebrew khey-ruh m] /Sephardic Hebrew ˈxɛ rɛm; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxeɪ rəm/ noun, Hebrew. 1. the most severe form of excommunication, formerly used by rabbis in sentencing wrongdoers, usually for an indefinite period […]
[sher] /ʃɛr/ adjective, French. 1. dear; beloved: used in referring to or addressing a woman or girl.
[cher-uh-mis, -mees, cher-uh-mis, -mees] /ˌtʃɛr əˈmɪs, -ˈmis, ˈtʃɛr əˌmɪs, -ˌmis/ noun, plural Cheremises (especially collectively) Cheremis. 1. .