[mee-stral for 1; mees-trahl for 2] /miˈstral for 1; misˈtrɑl for 2/
[frey-dey-reek] /freɪ deɪˈrik/ (Show IPA), 1830–1914, French Provençal poet: Nobel prize 1904.
[gah-vree-e-lah] /ˌgɑ vriˈɛ lɑ/ (Show IPA), (Lucila Godoy Alcayaga) 1889–1957, Chilean poet and educator: Nobel Prize in literature 1945.
a strong cold dry wind that blows through the Rhône valley and S France to the Mediterranean coast, mainly in the winter
the class of board used in international windsurfing competitions, weighing 15kg and measuring 372cm × 64cm
(French) (mistral). Frédéric (frederik). 1830–1914, French Provençal poet, who led a movement to revive Provençal language and literature: shared the Nobel prize for literature 1904
(Spanish) (misˈtral). Gabriela (ɡaˈβrjela), pen name of Lucila Godoy de Alcayaga. 1889–1957, Chilean poet, educationalist, and diplomatist. Her poetry includes the collection Desolación (1922): Nobel prize for literature 1945
“cold northerly wind on the Mediterranean coast of France,” c.1600, from French, from Provençal mistral, literally “the dominant wind,” from mistral (adj.) “dominant,” from Latin magistralis “dominant,” from magister “master” (see master (n.)).
[fred-rik-tuh n, fred-er-ik-] /ˈfrɛd rɪk tən, ˈfrɛd ər ɪk-/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of New Brunswick, in SE Canada, on the St. John River. noun 1. a province in SE Canada, E of Maine. 27,985 sq. mi. (72,480 sq. km). Capital: Fredericton. 2. a city in central New Jersey. /ˈfrɛdrɪktən/ noun […]
[fred-uh-ree-kuh, fre-dree-] /ˌfrɛd əˈri kə, frɛˈdri-/ noun 1. a female given name.
- Frederik IX
[fre-thuh-reek] /ˈfrɛ θə rik/ noun 1. 1899–1972, king of Denmark 1947–72 (son of Christian X).
[fred-riks-burg, fred-er-iks-; Danish fre-th uh-reeks-barkh] /ˈfrɛd rɪksˌbɜrg, ˈfrɛd ər ɪks-; Danish ˈfrɛ ðə riksˌbærx/ noun 1. a city in E Denmark: a part of Copenhagen. /Danish frɛðreɡsˈbɛr/ noun 1. a city in E Denmark, within the area of greater Copenhagen: founded in 1651 by King Frederick III. Pop: 91 721 (2004 est)