a type of aerial, having three or four similar coplanar loops arranged symmetrically around an axis, to which in-phase signals are fed
[kloh-vis] /ˈkloʊ vɪs/ adjective 1. of or relating to a Paleo-Indian cultural tradition of North America, especially the American Southwest, dated 10,000–9000 b.c. and characterized by a usually bifacial, fluted stone projectile point (Clovis point) used in big-game hunting. [kloh-vis] /ˈkloʊ vɪs/ noun 1. a town in central California. 2. a city in E New […]
- Clovis I
[kloh-vis; French klaw-vees] /ˈkloʊ vɪs; French klɔˈvis/ noun 1. a.d. c465–511, king of the Franks 481–511. /ˈkləʊvɪs/ noun 1. German name Chlodwig. ?466–511 ad, king of the Franks (481–511), who extended the Merovingian kingdom to include most of Gaul and SW Germany
[klou-der] /ˈklaʊ dər/ noun 1. a group or cluster of cats. 1811, variant of clutter.
[kloun] /klaʊn/ noun 1. a comic performer, as in a circus, theatrical production, or the like, who wears an outlandish costume and makeup and entertains by pantomiming common situations or actions in exaggerated or ridiculous fashion, by juggling or tumbling, etc. 2. a person who acts like a clown; comedian; joker; buffoon; jester. 3. a […]