[el-uh-kwuh nt] /ˈɛl ə kwənt/
having or exercising the power of fluent, forceful, and appropriate speech:
an eloquent orator.
characterized by forceful and appropriate expression:
an eloquent speech.
looks eloquent of disgust.
(of speech, writing, etc) characterized by fluency and persuasiveness
visibly or vividly expressive, as of an emotion: an eloquent yawn
late 14c., from Old French eloquent, from Latin eloquentem (nominative eloquens), present participle of eloqui “to speak out” (see eloquence). Related: Eloquently.
[el wed] /ɛl ˈwɛd/ noun 1. a city in E Algeria.
1. English Language Programs. Language for testing avionics equipment, on Varian 620/i. “Multiband Automatic test Equipment – A Computer Controlled Checkout System”, T. Kuroda et al, Proc SJCC, 38 (1971). 2. Equational Logic Programming. A semantically pure, fully lazy language by M.J. O’Donnell . Latest version: 4.2. Sun and DEC versions (ftp://gargoyle.uchicago.edu/pub/equations/eq4.2.tar.Z). [“Equational Logic as […]
oak of Paran, a place on the edge of the wilderness bordering the territory of the Horites (Gen. 14:6). This was the farthest point to which Chedorlaomer’s expedition extended. It is identified with the modern desert of et-Tih. (See PARAN.)
[el pas-oh] /ɛl ˈpæs oʊ/ noun 1. a city in W Texas, on the Rio Grande. /ɛl ˈpæsəʊ/ noun 1. a city in W Texas, on the Rio Grande opposite Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Pop: 584 113 (2003 est) El Paso [(el pas-oh)] City in Texas on the border between Mexico and the United States.