[hyoom or, often, yoom] /hyum or, often, yum/
David, 1711–76, Scottish philosopher and historian.
John, born 1937, Northern Ireland politician: Nobel Peace Prize 1998.
(George) Basil. 1923–99, English Roman Catholic Benedictine monk and cardinal; archbishop of Westminster (1976–99)
David. 1711–76, Scottish empiricist philosopher, economist, and historian, whose sceptic philosophy restricted human knowledge to that which can be perceived by the senses. His works include A Treatise of Human Nature (1740), An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals (1751), Political Discourses (1752), and History of England (1754–62)
John. born 1937, Northern Ireland politician; leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) (1979–2001). Nobel peace prize jointly with David Trimble in 1998
[hyoo-mek-tuh nt or, often, yoo-] /hyuˈmɛk tənt or, often, yu-/ noun 1. a substance that absorbs or helps another substance retain moisture, as glycerol. adjective 2. moistening; diluting. 3. of or relating to a humectant or humectants. /hjuːˈmɛktənt/ adjective 1. producing moisture noun 2. a substance added to another substance to keep it moist
[hyoo-mer-uh l or, often, yoo-] /ˈhyu mər əl or, often, ˈyu-/ adjective 1. Anatomy, Zoology. of or relating to the humerus or brachium. 2. of or relating to the shoulder. /ˈhjuːmərəl/ adjective 1. (anatomy) of or relating to the humerus 2. of or near the shoulder adj. 1610s; see humerus + -al (1). humeral hu·mer·al […]
noun, Ecclesiastical. 1. a fringed scarf, usually white and ornamented in the middle, worn over the shoulders by a priest or subdeacon during certain parts of a High Mass. noun 1. (RC Church) a silk shawl worn by a priest at High Mass, etc Often shortened to veil
[hyoo-mer-uh s or, often, yoo-] /ˈhyu mər əs or, often, ˈyu-/ noun, plural humeri [hyoo-muh-rahy or, often, yoo-] /ˈhyu məˌraɪ or, often, ˈyu-/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. the long bone in the arm of humans extending from the shoulder to the elbow. 2. . 3. Zoology. a corresponding bone, structure, or region in the forelimbs […]