[ee-luh-mahyt] /ˈi ləˌmaɪt/
a native or inhabitant of ancient .
Also, Elamitic. a language of unknown affinities, spoken by the Elamites as late as the 1st century b.c., written c3500–c2500 b.c. in a linear script and thereafter in a cuneiform script.
of or relating to , its people, or their language.
an inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of Elam
Also called Elamitic, Susian. the extinct language of this people, of no known relationship, recorded in cuneiform inscriptions dating from the 25th to the 4th centuries bc
of or relating to Elam, its people, or their language
[ee-luh-mit-ik] /ˌi ləˈmɪt ɪk/ noun 1. (def 2). adjective 2. .
[ey-lahn, ey-lan; French ey-lahn] /eɪˈlɑn, eɪˈlæn; French eɪˈlɑ̃/ noun 1. dash; impetuous ardor: to dance with great élan. /eɪˈlɑːn; eɪˈlæn; French elɑ̃/ noun 1. a combination of style and vigour: he performed the concerto with élan n. 1877, from French élan (16c.), “spring, bound, impetus,” noun derived from élancer “to rush, dart,” from Old French […]
[ey-lahn-sey; French ey-lahn-sey] /eɪˈlɑn seɪ; French eɪ lɑ̃ˈseɪ/ noun, plural élancés [ey-lahn-seyz; French ey-lahn-sey] /eɪˈlɑn seɪz; French eɪ lɑ̃ˈseɪ/ (Show IPA). Ballet. 1. a quick darting movement.
noun See e-lancer