Calouste Sarkis (kæˈluːst ˈsɑːkɪz). 1869–1955, British industrialist, born in Turkey. He endowed the international Gulbenkian Foundation for the advancement of the arts, science, and education
his son, Nubar Sarkis (ˈnuːbɑː ˈsɑːkɪz). 1896–1972, British industrialist, diplomat, and philanthropist
[guhlch] /gʌltʃ/ noun 1. a deep, narrow ravine, especially one marking the course of a stream or torrent. /ɡʌltʃ/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) a narrow ravine cut by a fast stream n. “deep ravine,” 1832, American English, perhaps from obsolete or dialectal verb gulsh “sink in” (of land), “gush out” (of water), from Middle […]
[gool-dn] /ˈgul dn/ noun, plural guldens, gulden. 1. . /ˈɡʊldən/ noun (pl) -dens, -den 1. a variant of guilder
- Gülek bogaz
/ɡuːˈlɛk bəʊˈɡɑːz/ noun 1. the Turkish name for the Cilician Gates
[gyoolz] /gyulz/ Heraldry. noun 1. the tincture red. adjective 2. of the tincture red: a lion gules. /ɡjuːlz/ adjective, noun (usually postpositive) 1. (heraldry) red “red,” in heraldic descriptions, c.1300, from Old French goules “neckpiece of (red) fur,” plural of gole, guele “throat,” from Latin gula “throat” (see gullet).