[ig-zig-yoo-uh s, ik-sig-] /ɪgˈzɪg yu əs, ɪkˈsɪg-/
scanty; meager; small; slender:
scanty or slender; meagre: an exiguous income
“scanty,” 1650s, from Latin exiguus “small, petty, paltry, scanty in measure or number,” from exigere (see exact).
[eg-zuh-lahrk, ek-suh-] /ˈɛg zəˌlɑrk, ˈɛk sə-/ noun 1. one of a line of hereditary rulers of the Jewish community in Babylonia from about the 2nd century a.d. to the beginning of the 11th century.
[ek-ser-sahy-kuh l] /ˈɛk sərˌsaɪ kəl/ noun 1. (often lowercase) an exercise bicycle; stationary bicycle.
[ig-zur-si-tey-shuh n] /ɪgˌzɜr sɪˈteɪ ʃən/ noun 1. or exertion, as of the faculties or powers of the body or mind: an exercitation of the imagination. 2. practice or training: exercitations in logical thinking. 3. the performance of a religious observance; an act of worship. 4. a disquisition or discourse performed as a display of skill. […]
- Exercise yard
noun an enclosed area at a prison for physical exercise