[gahy-zer, -ser for 1, 3; gee-zer for 2] /ˈgaɪ zər, -sər for 1, 3; ˈgi zər for 2/
a hot spring that intermittently sends up fountainlike jets of water and steam into the air.
British Informal. a hot-water heater, as for a bath.
verb (used without object)
to spew forth as or like a geyser:
the kettle geysering all over the stove.
/ˈɡiːzə; US ˈɡaɪzər/
a spring that discharges steam and hot water
(Brit) a domestic gas water heater
1780, from Icelandic Geysir, name of a hot spring in the valley of Haukadal, literally “the gusher,” from Old Norse geysa “to gush,” from Proto-Germanic *gausjan, from PIE *gheus-, from root *gheu- “to pour” (see found (v.2)).
A natural hot spring that regularly ejects a spray of steam and boiling water into the air.
noun 1. an area containing a group of geysers.
[gahy-zuh-rahyt, -suh-] /ˈgaɪ zəˌraɪt, -sə-/ noun, Petrology. 1. a variety of siliceous sinter deposited about the orifices of and hot springs. /ˈɡiːzəˌraɪt/ noun 1. a mineral form of hydrated silica resembling opal, deposited from the waters of geysers and hot springs. Formula: SiO2.nH2O
[gee-zer] /ˈgi zər/ noun 1. an ancient Canaanite town, NW of Jerusalem. a precipice, an ancient royal Canaanitish city (Josh. 10:33; 12:12). It was allotted with its suburbs to the Kohathite Levites (21:21; 1 Chr. 6:67). It stood between the lower Beth-horon and the sea (Josh. 16:3; 1 Kings 9:17). It was the last point […]
[juh-zeer-uh] /dʒəˈzɪər ə/ noun 1. a region in central Sudan, S of Khartoum, between the Blue Nile and the White Nile: a former province. /dʒəˈzɪərə/ noun 1. a region of the E central Sudan between the Blue and White Niles: site of a large-scale irrigation system