[ih-liz-uh-bee-thuh n, -beth-uh n] /ɪˌlɪz əˈbi θən, -ˈbɛθ ən/
of or relating to the reign of , queen of England, or to her times:
Elizabethan diplomacy; Elizabethan music.
noting or pertaining to an English Renaissance style of architecture of the reign of characterized by fantastic sculptured or molded ornament of German or Flemish origin, symmetrical layouts, and an emphasis on domestic architecture.
Compare (def 2).
an English person who lived during the Elizabethan period, especially a poet or dramatist.
of, characteristic of, or relating to England or its culture in the age of Elizabeth I or to the United Kingdom or its culture in the age of Elizabeth II
of, relating to, or designating a style of architecture used in England during the reign of Elizabeth I, characterized by moulded and sculptured ornament based on German and Flemish models
a person who lived in England during the reign of Elizabeth I
1807 (Elizabethean); Coleridge (1817) has Elizabethian, and Carlyle (1840) finally attains the modern form. “Belonging to the period of Queen Elizabeth I” (1558-1603). The noun is first attested 1881. See Elizabeth.
John Knox, one of the exiles for religion in Switzerland, publiſhed his “Firſt Blaſt of the Trumpet againſt the Government of Women,” in this reign [of Elizabeth]. It was lucky for him that he was out of the queen’s reach when he ſounded the trumpet. [The Rev. Mr. James Granger, “A Biographical History of England,” 1769]
noun 1. . noun 1. a sonnet form used by Shakespeare and having the rhyme scheme abab, cdcd, efef, gg. noun 1. another term for Shakespearean sonnet noun 1. a sonnet form developed in 16th-century England and employed by Shakespeare, having the rhyme scheme a b a b c d c d e f e […]
- Elizabeth blackwell
[blak-wuh l, -wel] /ˈblæk wəl, -ˌwɛl/ noun 1. Antoinette Louisa (Brown) 1825–1921, U.S. clergywoman, abolitionist, and women’s-rights activist. 2. Elizabeth, 1821–1910, U.S. physician, born in England: first woman physician in the U.S. 3. Henry Brown, 1825?–1909, U.S. editor, abolitionist, and suffragist, born in England (husband of Lucy Stone). Blackwell Black·well (blāk’wěl’, -wəl), Elizabeth. 1821-1910. British-born […]
noun 1. a city in NE North Carolina.
- Elizabeth I
noun 1. (Elizabeth Tudor) 1533–1603, queen of England 1558–1603 (successor of Mary I; daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn).