any of various plants of the genus Brassica, of the mustard family, especially kale and rape.
Nat “King” (Nathaniel Adams Coles) 1919?–65, U.S. singer and jazz pianist.
Thomas, 1801–48, U.S. painter, born in England: a founder of the Hudson River School of landscape painting.
Timothy, 1852–1931, U.S. wood engraver, born in England.
a male given name.
[yuhng-ger] /ˈyʌŋ gər/
Thomas Coleman (“Cole”) 1844–1916, U.S. outlaw, associated with Jesse James.
any of various plants of the genus Brassica, such as the cabbage and rape Also called colewort
Nat `King’, real name Nathaniel Adams Cole. 1917–65, US popular singer and jazz pianist
“cabbage,” late Old English cawel, perhaps via Old Norse kal, from Latin caulis “stem, stalk, cabbage” (source of Italian cavolo, Spanish col, Old French chol, French chou; also borrowed elsewhere in Germanic, e.g. Swedish kal, Danish kaal, German kohl, Dutch kool).
[koh-lek-tee-voh; Spanish kaw-lek-tee-vaw] /ˌkoʊ lɛkˈti voʊ; Spanish ˌkɔ lɛkˈti vɔ/ noun, plural colectivos [koh-lek-tee-vohz; Spanish kaw-lek-tee-vaws] /ˌkoʊ lɛkˈti voʊz; Spanish ˌkɔ lɛkˈti vɔs/ (Show IPA) (in Latin America) 1. a small public bus.
[kuh-lek-tuh-mee] /kəˈlɛk tə mi/ noun, plural colectomies. Surgery. 1. the removal of all or part of the colon or large intestine. /kəˈlɛktəmɪ/ noun (pl) -mies 1. surgical removal of part or all of the colon n. 1882, from colon (n.2) + -ectomy. colectomy co·lec·to·my (kə-lěk’tə-mē) n. Surgical removal of part or all of the colon.
[in-tuh-ruhp-tuh s] /ˌɪn təˈrʌp təs/ noun, plural coitus interrupti [in-tuh-ruhp-tahy] /ˌɪn təˈrʌp taɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. coitus that is intentionally interrupted by withdrawal before ejaculation of semen into the vagina. 2. an act or instance of this. /ˌɪntəˈrʌptəs/ noun 1. the deliberate withdrawal of the penis from the vagina before ejaculation n. 1900, first attested […]
[koh-i-tuh s] /ˈkoʊ ɪ təs/ noun 1. sexual intercourse, especially between a man and a woman. /ˈkəʊɪtəs/ noun 1. technical terms for sexual intercourse n. “copulation,” 1713, scientific Latin, from Latin coitus “a meeting together; sexual union,” past participle of coire, from com- “together” (see co-) + ire “come, go,” (see ion). In Middle English […]