[tel-er] /ˈtɛl ər/
Edward, 1908–2003, U.S. physicist, born in Hungary.
another name for cashier1 (sense 2)
a person appointed to count votes in a legislative body, assembly, etc
a person who tells; narrator
Edward. 1908–2003, US nuclear physicist, born in Hungary: a major contributor to the development of the hydrogen bomb (1952)
“bank clerk who pays or receives money,” late 15c., “person who keeps accounts,” from tell (v.) in its secondary sense of “count, enumerate,” which is the primary sense of cognate words in many Germanic languages.
- Edward thatch
[thach] /θætʃ/ noun 1. Edward, . /θætʃ/ noun 1. 2. anything resembling this, such as the hair of the head 3. Also called thatch palm. any of various palms with leaves suitable for thatching verb 4. to cover (a roof) with thatch v. Old English þeccan “to cover,” related to þæc “roof, thatching material,” from […]
- Edward the Confessor
noun 1. Saint, 1002?–66, English king 1042–66: founder of Westminster Abbey. noun 1. Saint. ?1002–66, king of England (1042–66); son of Ethelred II; founder of Westminster Abbey. Feast day: Oct 13
- Edward the elder
noun 1. died 924 ad, king of England (899–924), son of Alfred the Great
- Edward the martyr
noun 1. Saint. ?963–978 ad, king of England (975–78), son of Edgar: murdered. Feast day: March 18