[kal-vert] /ˈkæl vərt/
Charles (3rd Baron Baltimore) 1637–1715, English colonial administrator in America: governor (1661–75) and proprietor (1675–89) of Maryland (grandson of George Calvert).
Sir George (1st Baron Baltimore) c1580–1632, British statesman: founder of the colony of Maryland.
his son, Leonard, 1606–47, first colonial governor of Maryland 1634–47.
Sir George, 1st Baron Baltimore. ?1580–1632, English statesman; founder of the colony of Maryland
his son, Leonard. 1606–47, English statesman; first colonial governor of Maryland (1634–47)
- George crook
[kroo k] /krʊk/ noun 1. George, 1829–90, U.S. general in Indian wars. /krʊk/ noun 1. a curved or hooked thing 2. a staff with a hooked end, such as a bishop’s crosier or shepherd’s staff 3. a turn or curve; bend 4. (informal) a dishonest person, esp a swindler or thief 5. the act or […]
- George cross
noun 1. a British award for bravery, esp of civilians: instituted 1940 GC
- George custer
[kuhs-ter] /ˈkʌs tər/ noun 1. George Armstrong [ahrm-strawng,, -strong] /ˈɑrm strɔŋ,, -strɒŋ/ (Show IPA), 1839–76, U.S. general and Indian fighter. /ˈkʌstə/ noun 1. George Armstrong. 1839–76, US cavalry general: Civil War hero, killed fighting the Sioux Indians at Little Bighorn, Montana
- George dewey
[doo-ee, dyoo-ee] /ˈdu i, ˈdyu i/ noun 1. George, 1837–1917, U.S. admiral: defeated Spanish fleet in Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War. 2. John, 1859–1952, U.S. philosopher and educator. 3. Melvil [mel-vil] /ˈmɛl vɪl/ (Show IPA), (Melville Louis Kossuth Dewey) 1851–1931, U.S. educator, administrator, and innovator in the field of library science. 4. Thomas E(dmund) […]