[mel-bern] /ˈmɛl bərn/
2nd Viscount, .
a seaport in and the capital of Victoria, in SE Australia.
a city on the E coast of Florida.
a native or inhabitant of Melbourne
of or relating to Melbourne or its inhabitants
a port in SE Australia, capital of Victoria, on Port Phillip Bay: the second largest city in the country; settled in 1835 and developed rapidly with the discovery of rich goldfields in 1851; three universities. Pop: 3 160 171 (2001)
William Lamb, 2nd Viscount. 1779–1848; Whig prime minister (1834; 1835–41). He was the chief political adviser to the young Queen Victoria
city in Australia, named 1837 for William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne (1779-1848) then British Prime Minister; the title is from Melbourne Hall, Derbyshire. The place name is literally “mill stream,” Old English Mileburne (1086).
Second-largest city in Australia, located on the country’s southern coast; the capital of Victoria state and the largest city in the state; a financial and commercial center.
[mel-cherz] /ˈmɛl tʃərz/ noun 1. Gari [gair-ee] /ˈgɛər i/ (Show IPA), 1860–1932, U.S. painter.
my king. (1.) The son of Addi, and father of Neri (Luke 3:28). (2.) Luke 3:24.
[mel-kahy-uh-deez] /mɛlˈkaɪ əˌdiz/ noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 314, pope 310–314.
[mel-kyawr, -kee-awr] /ˈmɛl kyɔr, -kiˌɔr/ noun 1. one of the three Magi. 2. Lauritz (Lebrecht Hommel) [lou-rits,, lawr-its;; Danish lou-rits lib-rekht hom-el] /ˈlaʊ rɪts,, ˈlɔr ɪts;; Danish ˈlaʊ rɪts ˈlɪb rɛxt ˈhɒm ɛl/ (Show IPA), 1890–1973, U.S. operatic tenor, born in Denmark. /ˈmɛlkɪˌɔː/ noun 1. (in Christian tradition) one of the Magi, the others being […]