[seylz; French sal] /seɪlz; French sal/
Saint, 1567–1622, French ecclesiastic and writer on theology: bishop of Geneva 1602–22.
/seɪlz; French sal/
Saint. 1567–1622, French ecclesiastic and theologian; bishop of Geneva (1602–22) and an opponent of Calvinism; author of Introduction to a Devout Life (1609) and founder of the Order of the Visitation (1610). Feast day: Jan 24
- Francis scott key
[kee] /ki/ noun 1. Francis Scott, 1780–1843, U.S. lawyer: author of The Star-Spangled Banner. /kiː/ noun 1. a metal instrument, usually of a specifically contoured shape, that is made to fit a lock and, when rotated, operates the lock’s mechanism 2. any instrument that is rotated to operate a valve, clock winding mechanism, etc 3. […]
- Francis townsend
[toun-zuh nd] /ˈtaʊn zənd/ noun 1. Francis Everett, 1867–1960, U.S. physician and proposer of the Townsend plan.
- Francis turbine
/ˈfrɑːnsɪs/ noun 1. a water turbine designed to produce high flow from a low head of pressure: used esp in hydroelectric power generation
- Francis Xavier
noun 1. Saint, . [zey-vee-er, zav-ee-, zey-vyer] /ˈzeɪ vi ər, ˈzæv i-, ˈzeɪ vyər/ noun 1. Saint Francis (Francisco Javier”the Apostle of the Indies”) 1506–52, Spanish Jesuit missionary, especially in India and Japan. 2. a male given name: from an Arabic word meaning “bright.”. /ˈzeɪvɪə/ noun 1. Saint Francis Xavier, See Xavier /ˈzeɪvɪə; ˈzæv-; Spanish […]