[kuh-man-chee, koh-] /kəˈmæn tʃi, koʊ-/
noun, plural Comanches (especially collectively) Comanche for 1.
a member of a Shoshonean tribe, the only tribe of the group living entirely on the Plains, formerly ranging from Wyoming to Texas, now in Oklahoma.
the dialect of Shoshone spoken by the Comanche.
(pl) -ches, -che. a member of a Native American people, formerly ranging from the River Platte to the Mexican border, now living in Oklahoma
the language of this people, belonging to the Shoshonean subfamily of the Uto-Aztecan family
1819, from Spanish, from a Shoshonean language, e.g. Ute kimánci “enemy, foreigner.” Comanchero was a 19c. name given to Hispanic and American traders who dealt with the Comanches.
/kəˈmæntʃɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the early part of the Cretaceous system and period noun 2. the strata and time corresponding to the early Cretaceous
[koh-man-chair-oh; Spanish kaw-mahn-che-raw] /ˌkoʊ mænˈtʃɛər oʊ; Spanish ˌkɔ mɑnˈtʃɛ rɔ/ noun, plural comancheros [koh-man-chair-ohz; Spanish kaw-mahn-che-raws] /ˌkoʊ mænˈtʃɛər oʊz; Spanish ˌkɔ mɑnˈtʃɛ rɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. an Indian trader in the U.S. Southwest, especially in the 19th century.
[koh-muh-neech, -neych; Romanian kaw-mah-nech] /ˌkoʊ məˈnitʃ, -ˈneɪtʃ; Romanian ˌkɔ mɑˈnɛtʃ/ noun 1. Nadia [nah-dee-uh,, nahd-yuh] /ˈnɑ di ə,, ˈnɑd yə/ (Show IPA), born 1961, Romanian gymnast. /ˌkɒməˈnɛtʃɪ/ noun 1. Nadia. born 1961, Romanian gymnast: gold medal winner in the 1976 Olympic Games where she became the first female gymnast to be awarded a perfect score […]
- Coma scale
coma scale n. A clinical test for assessing impaired consciousness in which motor responsiveness, verbal performance, eye opening, and sometimes the function of cranial nerves are assessed.