cherubism cher·ub·ism (chěr’ə-bĭz’əm)
A hereditary disease marked by an enlargement of the jawbones in young children, producing a cherublike facial appearance.
[cher-uh b] /ˈtʃɛr əb/ noun, plural cherubs for 3, 4; cherubim [cher-uh-bim, -yoo-bim] /ˈtʃɛr ə bɪm, -yʊ bɪm/ (Show IPA), for 1, 2. 1. a celestial being. Gen. 3:24; Ezek. 1, 10. 2. Theology. a member of the second order of angels, often represented as a beautiful rosy-cheeked child with wings. 3. a beautiful or […]
[chur-vil] /ˈtʃɜr vɪl/ noun 1. an herb, Anthriscus cerefolium, of the parsley family, having aromatic leaves used to flavor soups, salads, etc. 2. any of several other plants of the same genus or allied genera. /ˈtʃɜːvɪl/ noun 1. an aromatic umbelliferous Eurasian plant, Anthriscus cerefolium, with small white flowers and aniseed-flavoured leaves used as herbs […]
[cher-voh-nits, -nets; Russian chyir-vaw-nyits] /tʃərˈvoʊ nɪts, -nɛts; Russian tʃyɪrˈvɔ nyɪts/ noun, plural chervontsi [cher-vohnt-see; Russian chyir-vawn-tsi] /tʃərˈvoʊnt si; Russian tʃyɪrˈvɔn tsɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a former gold coin and monetary unit of the U.S.S.R., equal to ten rubles. /tʃəˈvɔːnɛts/ noun 1. (formerly) a Soviet monetary unit and gold coin worth ten roubles
/ˈtʃɑːwəl/ noun 1. 1st Viscount title of Frederick Alexander Lindemann (ˈlɪndəmən). 1886–1957, British physicist, born in Germany, noted for his research on heat capacity, aeronautics, and atomic physics. He was scientific adviser to Winston Churchill during World War II