[ahrk-eyn-juh l] /ˈɑrkˌeɪn dʒəl/
Russian Arkhangelsk. a seaport in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, on Dvina Bay.
Gulf of, former name of .
an arm of the White Sea, in the NW Russian Federation in Europe.
an inlet of the White Sea, off the coast of NW Russia
a principal angel, a member of the order ranking immediately above the angels in medieval angelology
another name for angelica (sense 1)
yellow archangel, a Eurasian herbaceous plant (Lamiastrum luteum) that has yellow helmet-shaped flowers: family Lamiaceae (labiates)
a bronze-coloured breed of domestic pigeon with black markings
a port in NW Russia, on the Dvina River: major centre for the timber trade and White Sea fisheries. Pop: 345 000 (2005 est) Russian name Arkhangelsk
late 12c., from Old French archangel (12c.) or directly from Late Latin archangelus, from Greek arkhangelos “chief angel,” from arkh- “chief, first” (see archon) + angelos (see angel). Replaced Old English heah encgel.
(1Thess. 4:16; Jude 1:9), the prince of the angels.
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[iz-meer] /ˈɪz mɪər/ noun 1. Formerly Smyrna. a seaport in W Turkey on the Gulf of Izmir: important city of Asia Minor from ancient times. 2. Gulf of. Formerly Gulf of Smyrna. an arm of the Aegean Sea in W Turkey. 35 miles (56 km) long; 14 miles (23 km) wide. [smur-nuh] /ˈsmɜr nə/ noun […]
[guhlf-pawrt, -pohrt] /ˈgʌlfˌpɔrt, -ˌpoʊrt/ noun 1. a city in SE Mississippi, on the Gulf of Mexico. 2. a town in W Florida.
plural noun 1. the states of the U.S. bordering on the Gulf of Mexico: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. 2. Also called Persian Gulf States. the oil-producing countries bordering on or located near the Persian Gulf: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. plural noun the Gulf States […]