[jef-er-suh n] /ˈdʒɛf ər sən/
Joseph, 1829–1905, U.S. actor.
Thomas, 1743–1826, U.S. statesman, diplomat, architect, and author: 3rd president of the U.S. 1801–09.
a river in SW Montana, flowing generally NE to join the Madison and Gallatin rivers to form the Missouri River. 225 miles (362 km) long.
Mount, a mountain in NW Oregon, in the Cascade Range. 10,497 feet (3199 meters).
Mount, a mountain in N New Hampshire, in the Presidential Range of the White Mts. 5715 feet (1742 meters).
a male given name.
Thomas. 1743–1826, US statesman: secretary of state (1790–93); third president (1801–09). He was the chief drafter of the Declaration of Independence (1776), the chief opponent of the centralizing policies of the Federalists under Hamilton, and effected the Louisiana Purchase (1803)
noun 1. a city in and the capital of Missouri, in the central part, on the Missouri River. [mi-zoo r-ee, -zoo r-uh] /mɪˈzʊər i, -ˈzʊər ə/ noun, plural Missouris (especially collectively) Missouri for 3. 1. a state in the central United States. 69,674 sq. mi. (180,455 sq. km). Capital: Jefferson City. Abbreviation: MO (for use […]
- Jefferson davis
[dey-vis] /ˈdeɪ vɪs/ noun 1. Alexander Jackson, 1803–92, U.S. architect. 2. Benjamin Oliver, 1877–1970, U.S. military officer: first black Army brigadier general. 3. his son, Benjamin Oliver, Jr. 1912–2002, U.S. military officer: first black Air Force lieutenant general. 4. Bette [bet-ee] /ˈbɛt i/ (Show IPA), (Ruth Elizabeth Davis) 1908–89, U.S. film actress. 5. Dwight F(illey) […]
noun 1. April 13, Thomas Jefferson’s birthday, a legal holiday in Alabama, sometimes celebrated by the Democratic Party by the holding of fund-raising dinners.
[jef-er-soh-nee-uh n] /ˌdʒɛf ərˈsoʊ ni ən/ adjective 1. pertaining to or advocating the political principles and doctrines of Thomas , especially those stressing minimum control by the central government, the inalienable rights of the individual, and the superiority of an agrarian economy and rural society. noun 2. a supporter of Thomas or Jeffersonianism. 1799 (n.), […]