[wawr-uh n, wor-] /ˈwɔr ən, ˈwɒr-/
Earl, 1891–1974, U.S. lawyer and political leader: chief justice of the U.S. 1953–69.
Joseph, 1741–75, American physician, statesman, and patriot.
Mercy Otis, 1728–1814, U.S. historian and poet (sister of James Otis).
Robert Penn, 1905–89, U.S. novelist and poet: named the first U.S. poet laureate (1986–87).
a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit.
a city in NE Ohio, NW of Youngstown.
a city in NW Pennsylvania.
a town in E Rhode Island.
a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “protection.”.
a series of interconnected underground tunnels in which rabbits live
a colony of rabbits
an overcrowded area or dwelling
a city in the US, in SE Michigan, northeast of Detroit. Pop: 136 016 (2003 est)
Earl. 1891–1974, US lawyer; chief justice of the US (1953–69). He chaired the commission that investigated the murder of President Kennedy
late 14c., “piece of land enclosed for breeding beasts and fowls,” from Anglo-French and Old North French warenne, Old French garenna “game park,” possibly from Gaulish *varenna “enclosed area,” related to *varros “post.” Or the Old French forms may derive from the present participle of Old French warir “defend, keep,” from the Germanic root *war- “to protect, guard” (source of Old English warian “take care;” see warrant (n.)). Later especially “piece of land for breeding of rabbits” (c.1400), which led to the transferred sense of “cluster of densely populated living spaces” (1640s).
Warren War·ren (wôr’ən), John Collins. 1778-1856.
American surgeon who gave the first public demonstration (1846) of the use of ether as an anesthetic for a surgical procedure.
[mur-see] /ˈmɜr si/ noun 1. a female given name. /ˈmɜːsɪ/ noun (pl) -cies 1. compassionate treatment of or attitude towards an offender, adversary, etc, who is in one’s power or care; clemency; pity 2. the power to show mercy: to throw oneself on someone’s mercy 3. a relieving or welcome occurrence or state of affairs: […]
noun 1. Bible. 2. South Midland and Southern U.S. . noun 1. (Old Testament) the gold platform covering the Ark of the Covenant and regarded as the throne of God where he accepted sacrifices and gave commandments (Exodus 25:17, 22) 2. (Christianity) the throne of God (Heb. kapporeth, a “covering;” LXX. and N.T., hilasterion; Vulg., […]
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[merd; English maird] /mɛrd; English mɛərd/ French. noun 1. . interjection 2. (used as an expletive to express anger, annoyance, disgust, etc.) interjection crap!, shit!; an expression of annoyance, disgust, or exasperation Word Origin French Usage Note slang n. also merd, “dung,” late 15c., from French merde “feces, excrement, dirt” (13c.), from Latin merda “dung, […]