[fits-jer-uh ld] /fɪtsˈdʒɛr əld/
Edward, 1809–83, English poet: translator of drama and poetry, especially of Omar Khayyám.
George Francis, 1851–1901, Irish physicist.
Edward. 1809–83, English poet, noted particularly for his free translation of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (1859)
Ella. 1918–96, US jazz singer, noted esp for her vocal range and scat singing
F(rancis) Scott (Key). 1896–1940, US novelist and short-story writer, noted particularly for his portrayal of the 1920s in The Great Gatsby (1925) and Tender is the Night (1934)
Garret. 1926–2011, Irish politician; leader of Fine Gael Party (1977–87); prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1981–82; and 1982–87)
- Edward gibbon
[gib-uh n] /ˈgɪb ən/ noun 1. Edward, 1737–94, English historian. /ˈɡɪbən/ noun 1. any small agile arboreal anthropoid ape of the genus Hylobates, inhabiting forests in S Asia /ˈɡɪbən/ noun 1. Edward. 1737–94, English historian; author of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1776–88), controversial in its historical criticism of […]
- Edward heath
[heeth] /hiθ/ noun 1. Sir Edward (Richard George) 1916–2005, British statesman: prime minister 1970–74. /hiːθ/ noun 1. (Brit) a large open area, usually with sandy soil and scrubby vegetation, esp heather 2. Also called heather. any low-growing evergreen ericaceous shrub of the Old World genus Erica and related genera, having small bell-shaped typically pink or […]
- Edward house
[hous] /haʊs/ noun 1. Edward Mandell [man-dl] /ˈmæn dl/ (Show IPA), (“Colonel House”) 1858–1938, U.S. diplomat. 2. Son [suhn] /sʌn/ (Show IPA), (Eddie James House, Jr) 1902–88, U.S. blues singer and guitarist. noun (haʊs) (pl) houses (ˈhaʊzɪz) 1. 2. the people present in a house, esp its usual occupants 3. 4. (often capital) a family […]
- Edward I
noun 1. (“Edward Longshanks”) 1239–1307, king of England 1272–1307 (son of Henry III). noun 1. 1239–1307, king of England (1272–1307); son of Henry III. He conquered Wales (1284) but failed to subdue Scotland