[gee-ruh] /ˈgi rə/
an ancient Hebrew weight and coin, equal to 1/20 (0.05) of a shekel.
an ancient Hebrew unit of weight
an ancient Hebrew coin equal to one twentieth of a shekel
a bean, probably of the carob tree, the smallest weight, and also the smallest piece of money, among the Hebrews, equal to the twentieth part of a shekel (Ex. 30:13; Lev. 27:25; Num. 3:47). This word came into use in the same way as our word “grain,” from a grain of wheat.
[ji-reynt] /dʒɪˈreɪnt/ noun, Arthurian Romance. 1. one of the knights of the Round Table, husband of Enid.
[jer-uh ld] /ˈdʒɛr əld/ noun 1. a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “spear” and “rule.”. masc. proper name, introduced by the Normans, from Old French Giralt, from Old High German Gerwald, “spear-wielder,” from Proto-Germanic *girald, from *ger “spear” + base of waltan “to rule” (cf. Old English wealdan). The name often was confused […]
[jer-uh l-deen] /ˈdʒɛr əlˌdin/ noun 1. a female given name: derived from Gerald. fem. proper name, fem. form of Gerald.
- Gerald mulligan
[muhl-i-guh n] /ˈmʌl ɪ gən/ noun 1. Gerald Joseph (“Gerry”; “Jeru”) 1927–96, U.S. jazz saxophonist, bandleader, and composer. /ˈmʌlɪɡən/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) a stew made from odds and ends of food /ˈmʌlɪɡən/ noun 1. Gerry, full name Gerald Joseph Mulligan. 1927–96, US jazz saxophonist, who pioneered the cool jazz style of the 1950s […]