[ev-er-ist, ev-rist] /ˈɛv ər ɪst, ˈɛv rɪst/
Mount, a mountain in S Asia, on the boundary between Nepal and Tibet, in the Himalayas: the highest mountain in the world. 29,028 feet (8848 meters).
high point; summit:
The book is an Everest in the field of historical scholarship.
a male given name.
Mount Everest, a mountain in S Asia on the border between Nepal and Tibet, in the Himalayas: the highest mountain in the world; first climbed by members of a British-led expedition (1953). Height: established as 8848 m (29 028 ft) for many years, but the latest of a series of more recent reassessments (in 1999), not currently accepted by all authorities or by either of the controlling governments, puts it at 8850 m (29 035 ft) Nepalese name Sagarmatha Chinese names Qomolangma, Chomolungma
any high point of ambition or achievement
mountain between Nepal and Tibet, named 1865 for Sir George Everest (1790-1866), surveyor-general of India. The Tibetan name is Chomolangma “mother goddess of the world.”
[ev-er-it, ev-rit] /ˈɛv ər ɪt, ˈɛv rɪt/ noun 1. Edward, 1794–1865, U.S. statesman, orator, and writer. 2. a seaport in NW Washington on Puget Sound. 3. a city in E Massachusetts, near Boston. 4. a male given name.
[ev-er-gleyd] /ˈɛv ərˌgleɪd/ noun 1. a tract of low, swampy land, especially in southern Florida, characterized by clumps of tall grass and numerous branching waterways.
[ev-er-gleydz] /ˈɛv ərˌgleɪdz/ noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. a swampy and partly forested region in S Florida, mostly S of Lake Okeechobee. Over 5000 sq. mi. (12,950 sq. km). [ev-er-gleyd] /ˈɛv ərˌgleɪd/ noun 1. a tract of low, swampy land, especially in southern Florida, characterized by clumps of tall grass and numerous branching […]
noun 1. a national park in the Everglades region of S Florida. 423 sq. mi. (1095 sq. km).