[kree-spee] /ˈkri spi/
[frahn-che-skaw] /frɑnˈtʃɛ skɔ/ (Show IPA), 1819–1910, prime minister of Italy 1887–91, 1893–96.
Francesco (franˈtʃesko). 1819–1901, Italian statesman; premier (1887–91; 1893–96)
[kris-pin] /ˈkrɪs pɪn/ noun 1. Saint, with his brother (Saint Crispinian) martyred a.d. c285, Roman Christian missionaries in Gaul: patron saints of shoemakers. 2. (lowercase) a shoemaker. /ˈkrɪspɪn/ noun 1. Saint, 3rd century ad, legendary Roman Christian martyr, with his brother Crispinian (krɪˈspɪnɪən): they are the patron saints of shoemakers. Feast day: Oct 25 n. […]
(Isa. 3:22; R.V., “satchel”), some kind of female ornament, probably like the modern reticule. The Hebrew word _harit_ properly signifies pouch or casket or purse. It is rendered “bag” in 2 Kings 5:23.
[kri-spin-ee-uh n] /krɪˈspɪn i ən/ noun 1. Saint, See under .
[krisp] /krɪsp/ adjective, crisper, crispest. 1. (especially of food) hard but easily breakable; brittle: crisp toast. 2. (especially of food) firm and fresh; not soft or wilted: a crisp leaf of lettuce. 3. brisk; sharp; clear; decided: a crisp reply. 4. lively; pithy; sparkling: crisp repartee. 5. clean-cut, neat, and well-pressed; well-groomed. 6. bracing; invigorating: […]