[eg-luh n-tahyn, -teen] /ˈɛg lənˌtaɪn, -ˌtin/
another name for sweetbrier
“sweet briar,” c.1400, from French églantine, from Old French aiglent “dog rose,” from Vulgar Latin *aquilentus “rich in prickles,” from Latin aculeus “spine, prickle,” diminutive of acus “needle” (see acuity).
abbreviation 1. extraordinary general meeting
the bullock; place of heifers. (1.) Chieftain or king of one of the Moabite tribes (Judg. 3:12-14). Having entered into an alliance with Ammon and Amalek, he overran the trans-Jordanic region, and then crossing the Jordan, seized on Jericho, the “city of palm trees,” which had been by this time rebuilt, but not as a […]
1. East Germanic. East Germanic
/ˈɛɡmɒnt/ noun 1. Mount Egmont, an extinct volcano in New Zealand, in W central North Island in the Egmont National Park: an almost perfect cone. Height: 2518 m (8261 ft) Official name Mount Taranaki /ˈɛɡmɒnt/ noun 1. Lamoral (lamoˈral), Count of Egmont, Prince of Gavre. 1522–68, Flemish statesman and soldier. He attempted to secure limited […]