[suhk-ling] /ˈsʌk lɪŋ/
Sir John, 1609–42, English poet.
an infant or young animal that is still taking milk from the mother
a very young child
Sir John. 1609–42, English Cavalier poet and dramatist
mid-15c., “an infant at the breast,” from suck + diminutive suffix -ling. Cf. Middle Dutch sogeling, Dutch zuigeling, German Säugling. Meaning “act of breast-feeding” is attested from 1799.
- John sutter
[suht-er, soo-ter] /ˈsʌt ər, ˈsu tər/ noun 1. John Augustus, 1803–80, U.S. frontiersman: owner of Sutter’s Mill.
- John taverner
[tav-er-ner] /ˈtæv ər nər/ noun 1. John, 1490?–1545, English organist and composer. /ˈtævənə/ noun 1. (archaic) a keeper of a tavern 2. (obsolete) a constant frequenter of taverns /ˈtævənə/ noun 1. John. ?1495–1545, English composer, esp of church music; best known for the mass Western Wynde, based on a secular song
- John thomas
[tom-uh s for 1, 2, 4–6, 9–16; taw-mah for 3] /ˈtɒm əs for 1, 2, 4–6, 9–16; tɔˈmɑ for 3/ noun 1. an apostle who demanded proof of Christ’s Resurrection. John 20:24–29. 2. Augustus, 1857–1934, U.S. playwright, journalist, and actor. 3. (Charles Louis) Ambroise [sharl lwee ahn-brwaz] /ʃarl lwi ɑ̃ˈbrwaz/ (Show IPA), 1811–96, French composer. […]
noun 1. the forerunner and baptizer of Jesus. Matt. 3. noun 1. (New Testament) Saint John the Baptist, the son of Zacharias and Elizabeth and the cousin and forerunner of Jesus, whom he baptized. He was beheaded by Herod (Matthew 14:1–2). Feast day: June 24 A hermit and preacher among the Jews of the time […]