1895–1952, king of England 1936–1952 (second son of George V; brother of Edward VIII).
1895–1952, king of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1936–52) and emperor of India (1936–47). The second son of George V, he succeeded to the throne after the abdication of his brother, Edward VIII
- George washington
[wosh-ing-tuh n, waw-shing-] /ˈwɒʃ ɪŋ tən, ˈwɔ ʃɪŋ-/ noun 1. Booker T(aliaferro) [boo k-er tol-uh-ver] /ˈbʊk ər ˈtɒl ə vər/ (Show IPA), 1856–1915, U.S. reformer, educator, author, and lecturer. 2. George, 1732–99, U.S. general and political leader: 1st president of the U.S. 1789–97. 3. Martha (Martha Dandridge) 1732–1802, wife of George. 4. Also called Washington, […]
- George w bush
[boo sh] /bʊʃ/ noun 1. Barbara (Barbara Pierce) born 1925, U.S. First Lady 1989–93 (wife of George H. W. Bush). 2. George (Herbert Walker) born 1924, U.S. politician: vice president 1981–89; 41st president of the U.S. 1989–93. 3. his son, George W(alker) (“Dubya”) born 1946, U.S. businessman and politician: governor of Texas 1994–2001; 43rd president […]
- George whitefield
[hwit-feeld, wit-] /ˈʰwɪtˌfild, ˈwɪt-/ noun 1. George, 1714–70, English Methodist evangelist.
- George wither
[with -er] /ˈwɪð ər/ noun 1. George, 1588–1667, English poet and pamphleteer. /ˈwɪðə/ verb 1. (intransitive) (esp of a plant) to droop, wilt, or shrivel up 2. (intransitive) often foll by away. to fade or waste: all hope withered away 3. (intransitive) to decay, decline, or disintegrate 4. (transitive) to cause to wilt, fade, or […]