[shev-uh-leer or especially for 1, 2, shuh-val-yey, -vahl-] /ˌʃɛv əˈlɪər or especially for 1, 2, ʃəˈvæl yeɪ, -ˈvɑl-/
a member of certain orders of honor or merit:
a chevalier of the Legion of Honor.
French History. the lowest title of rank in the old nobility.
a chivalrous man; cavalier.
Archaic. a knight.
[shuh-val-yey, -vahl-; French shuh-va-lyey] /ʃəˈvæl yeɪ, -ˈvɑl-; French ʃə vaˈlyeɪ/
[maw-rees aw-guh st;; French moh-rees oh-gyst] /mɔˈris ˈɔ gəst;; French moʊˈris oʊˈgüst/ (Show IPA), 1888–1972, French actor and singer.
a member of certain orders of merit, such as the French Legion of Honour
an archaic word for knight
a chivalrous man; gallant
(ˌʃɛvəˈlɪə). Albert. 1861–1923, British music hall entertainer, remembered for his cockney songs
(ˌʃɛˈvælɪə; French) (ʃəvalje). Maurice (mɔris). 1888–1972, French singer and film actor
late 13c., Anglo-French chivaler “mounted knight,” Old French chevalier “knight, horseman, knight in chess” (12c., Modern French chevaler), from Late Latin caballarius “horseman” (source of Provençal cavallier, Spanish caballero, Portuguese cavalleiro, Italian cavaliere; see cavalier (n.)). The word formerly was nativized, but has been given a French pronunciation since 16c.
[shuh-val-yey-mohn-truh-shey, -mon-, -vahl-; French shuh-va-lyey-mawn-ra-she] /ʃəˈvæl yeɪˌmoʊn trəˈʃeɪ, -ˌmɒn-, -ˈvɑl-; French ʃə vaˈlyeɪ mɔ̃ raˈʃɛ/ noun 1. a white wine from Burgundy.
/ˈtʃɪərəˌbɒn/ noun 1. a former spelling of Cirebon
(Ezek. 25:16), more frequently Cherethites, the inhabitants of Southern Philistia, the Philistines (Zeph. 2:5). The Cherethites and the Pelethites were David’s life-guards (1 Sam. 30:14; 2 Sam. 8:18; 20:7, 23; 23:23). This name is by some interpreted as meaning “Cretans,” and by others “executioners,” who were ready to execute the king’s sentence of death (Gen. […]
[sher-ee] /ˈʃɛr i/ noun 1. a female given name.