[shoh-pan; for 1 also French shaw-pan] /ˈʃoʊ pæn; for 1 also French ʃɔˈpɛ̃/
[fred-uh-rik fran-swah,, fred-rik;; French frey-dey-reek frahn-swa] /ˈfrɛd ə rɪk frænˈswɑ,, ˈfrɛd rɪk;; French freɪ deɪˈrik frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA), 1810–49, Polish composer and pianist, in France after 1831.
Kate O’Flaherty, 1851–1904, U.S. short-story writer and novelist.
/ˈʃɒpæn; French ʃɔpɛ̃/
Frédéric (François) (frederik). 1810–49, Polish composer and pianist active in France, who wrote chiefly for the piano: noted for his harmonic imagination and his lyrical and melancholy qualities
/Danish frɛðəˈrɛdʃæ/ noun 1. a port in Denmark, in E Jutland at the N end of the Little Belt. Pop: 37 054 (2004 est)
[fred-rik, -er-ik] /ˈfrɛd rɪk, -ər ɪk/ noun 1. a city in central Maryland. 2. Also, Frederic. a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “peace” and “ruler.”. noun 1. (“Frederick Barbarossa”) 1123?–90, king of Germany 1152–90; king of Italy 1152–90: emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1152–90. 2. 1194–1250, king of Sicily 1198–1212: as Frederick […]
- Frederick church
[church] /tʃɜrtʃ/ noun 1. Frederick Edwin, 1826–1900, U.S. painter. /tʃɜːtʃ/ noun 1. a building designed for public forms of worship, esp Christian worship 2. an occasion of public worship 3. the clergy as distinguished from the laity 4. (usually capital) institutionalized forms of religion as a political or social force: conflict between Church and State […]
- Frederick converse
[kon-vurs] /ˈkɒn vɜrs/ noun 1. Frederick Shepherd [shep-erd] /ˈʃɛp ərd/ (Show IPA), 1871–1940, U.S. composer. verb (kənˈvɜːs) (intransitive) often foll by with 1. to engage in conversation (with) 2. to commune spiritually (with) 3. (obsolete) noun (ˈkɒnvɜːs) 4. conversation (often in the phrase hold converse with) 5. (obsolete) /ˈkɒnvɜːs/ adjective 1. (prenominal) reversed; opposite; contrary […]