[joo-lip] /ˈdʒu lɪp/
a sweet drink, variously prepared and sometimes medicated.
a sweet drink, variously prepared and sometimes medicated
(mainly US) short for mint julep
late 14c., a syrupy drink in which medicine was given, from Old French julep (14c.), from Medieval Latin julapium, from Arabic julab, from Persian gulab “rose water,” from gul “rose” (related to Greek rhodon, Latin rosa) + ab “water,” from PIE root *ap- (see water (n.1)). Sense of “alcoholic drink flavored with mint” is first recorded 1787, American English.
[joolz; French zhyl] /dʒulz; French ʒül/ noun 1. a male given name, French form of .
[jool-yuh] /ˈdʒul yə/ noun 1. a female given name: derived from Julius. fem. proper name, from Latin Iulia, fem. of Iulius (see Julius). a Christian woman at Rome to whom Paul sent his salutations (Rom. 16:15), supposed to be the wife of Philologus.
- Julia child
[chahyld] /tʃaɪld/ noun 1. Julia, 1912–2004, U.S. gourmet cook, author, and television personality. 2. Lydia Maria (Francis) 1802–80, U.S. author, abolitionist, and social reformer. /tʃaɪld/ noun (pl) children 1. 2. a baby or infant 3. an unborn baby related prefix paedo- 4. with child, another term for pregnant 5. a human offspring; a son or […]
[jool-yuh n] /ˈdʒul yən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of . [jool-yuh n] /ˈdʒul yən/ noun 1. (Flavius Claudius Julianus”the Apostate”) a.d. 331–363, Roman emperor 361–363. 2. a male given name, form of . /ˈdʒuːljən; -lɪən/ noun 1. known as Julian the Apostate; Latin name Flavius Claudius Julianus. 331–363 ad, Roman emperor (361–363), […]