[gren-ich, grin-] /ˈgrɛn ɪtʃ, ˈgrɪn-/
a section of New York City, in lower Manhattan: inhabited and frequented by artists, writers, and students.
a part of New York City in the lower west side of Manhattan; traditionally the home of many artists and writers
Greenwich Village [(gren-ich)]
Neighborhood of Manhattan, in New York City.
Note: Home of many artists, writers, and musicians, Greenwich Village is known for the bohemian life-style of its inhabitants.
- Green-winged teal
[green-wingd] /ˈgrinˌwɪŋd/ noun 1. a small freshwater duck, Anas crecca, of Eurasia and North America, having an iridescent green speculum in the wing.
- Green with envy
Full of desire for someone’s possessions or advantages; extremely covetous. For example, Her fur coat makes me green with envy . Shakespeare described envy as the green sickness ( Anthony and Cleopatra , 3:2), but the current phrase, dating from the mid-1800s, is the one most often heard. Also see green-eyed monster
[green-woo d] /ˈgrinˌwʊd/ noun 1. a or forest when , as in summer. [green-woo d] /ˈgrinˌwʊd/ noun 1. a city in W South Carolina. 2. a city in NW Mississippi. 3. a town in central Indiana. /ˈɡriːnˌwʊd/ noun 1. a forest or wood when the leaves are green: the traditional setting of stories about English […]
noun 1. a woodpecker, Picus viridis, of Eurasia and northern Africa, having green plumage with a yellow rump and red on the top of the head. noun 1. a European woodpecker, Picus viridis, with a dull green back and wings and a red crown