[hahr-luh-mahyt] /ˈhɑr ləˌmaɪt/
a native or inhabitant of .
1890, from Harlem + -ite (1).
noun 1. a renewal and flourishing of black literary and musical culture during the years after World War I in the Harlem section of New York City. noun a cultural movement in 1920s America during which black art, literature, and music experienced renewal and growth, originating in New York City’s Harlem district; also called Black […]
[hahr-luh-kwin, -kin] /ˈhɑr lə kwɪn, -kɪn/ noun 1. (often initial capital letter) a comic character in commedia dell’arte and the harlequinade, usually masked, dressed in multicolored, diamond-patterned tights, and carrying a wooden sword or magic wand. 2. a buffoon. 3. any of various small snakes having bright diamond-pattern scales. adjective 4. fancifully varied in color, […]
[hahr-luh-kwi-neyd, -ki-] /ˌhɑr lə kwɪˈneɪd, -kɪ-/ noun 1. a pantomime, farce, or similar play in which Harlequin plays the principal part. 2. . /ˌhɑːlɪkwɪˈneɪd/ noun 1. (sometimes capital) (theatre) a play or part of a pantomime in which harlequin has a leading role 2. buffoonery
noun 1. a black stink bug, Murgantia histrionica, having red and yellow markings, that feeds on cabbages and other cruciferous plants. noun 1. a brightly coloured heteropterous insect, Murgantia histrionica, of the US and Central America: a pest of cabbages and related plants: family Pentatomidae