a European moth, Lymantria dispar, introduced into North America, where it is a serious pest of shade trees: family Lymantriidae (or Liparidae) See also tussock moth
/ˈdʒɪpsɪˌwɜːt/ noun 1. a hairy Eurasian plant, Lycopus europaeus, having two-lipped white flowers with purple dots on the lower lip: family Lamiaceae (labiates) See also bugleweed (sense 1)
[juh-raf or, esp. British, -rahf] /dʒəˈræf or, esp. British, -ˈrɑf/ noun 1. a tall, long-necked, spotted ruminant, Giraffa camelopardalis, of Africa: the tallest living quadruped animal. 2. (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the constellation Camelopardalis. /dʒɪˈrɑːf; -ˈræf/ noun (pl) -raffes, -raffe 1. a large ruminant mammal, Giraffa camelopardalis, inhabiting savannas of tropical Africa: the tallest mammal, […]
- Giraldus cambrensis
/dʒɪˈrældəs kæmˈbrɛnsɪs/ noun 1. literary name of Gerald de Barri. ?1146–?1223, Welsh chronicler and churchman, noted for his accounts of his travels in Ireland and Wales
[juh-rahrd] /dʒəˈrɑrd/ noun 1. Stephen, 1750–1831, U.S. merchant, banker, and philanthropist, born in France. 2. a city in NE Ohio.