[tsep-uh-leen, tsep-uh-leen; English zep-uh-lin] /ˌtsɛp əˈlin, ˈtsɛp əˌlin; English ˈzɛp ə lɪn/
Count Ferdinand von
[fer-di-nahnt fuh n] /ˈfɛr dɪˌnɑnt fən/ (Show IPA), 1838–1917, German general and aeronaut: designer and manufacturer of the zeppelin.
(sometimes capital) a large cylindrical rigid airship built from 1900 to carry passengers, and used in World War I for bombing and reconnaissance
Count Ferdinand von (ˈfɛrdinant fɔn). 1838–1917, German aeronautical pioneer, who designed and manufactured airships (zeppelins)
1900, from German Zeppelin, short for Zeppelinschiff “Zeppelin ship,” after Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin (1838-1917), German general who perfected its design.
[fer-duh s] /ˈfɛr dəs/ noun 1. .
[fer-duhtst] /fərˈdʌtst/ adjective, Chiefly Pennsylvania German Area. 1. confused; bewildered.
[feer] /fɪər/ noun, Archaic. 1. a companion; mate. /fɪə; Scottish fiːr/ noun (Scot) 1. a companion 2. Also fier. a husband or wife n. “companion” (obsolete), from Middle English fere, a shortening of Old English gefera “associate, comrade, fellow-disciple; wife, man, servant,” from root of faran “to go, travel” (cf. German Gefährte “companion;” see fare […]
[fer-i-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /ˈfɛr ɪˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/ noun, plural feretories. 1. a container for the relics of a saint; reliquary. 2. an enclosure or area within a church where such a reliquary is kept. 3. a portable bier or shrine. /ˈfɛrɪtərɪ; -trɪ/ noun (mainly RC Church) (pl) -ries 1. a shrine, usually portable, for a […]