[moo-rah-sah-kee shee-kee-boo] /ˈmu rɑˈsɑ ki ˈʃi kiˌbu/
Lady, 978?–1031? Japanese poet and novelist.
11th-century Japanese court lady, author of The Tale of Genji, perhaps the world’s first novel
[my-ra] /müˈra/ noun 1. Joachim [zhaw-a-keem] /ʒɔ aˈkim/ (Show IPA), 1767?–1815, French marshal: king of Naples 1808–15. [moo-raht] /mʊˈrɑt/ noun 1. a river in E Turkey, flowing W to the Euphrates. 425 miles (685 km) long. /French myra/ noun 1. Joachim (ʒɔaʃɛ̃). 1767-1815, French marshal, during the Napoleonic Wars; king of Naples (1808–15)
[mur-chuh-suh n] /ˈmɜr tʃə sən/ noun 1. an intermittent river in W Australia, flowing SW to the Indian Ocean. 440 miles (708 km) long. /ˈmɜːtʃɪsən/ noun 1. Sir Roderick Impey. 1792–1871, Scottish geologist: played a major role in establishing parts of the geological time scale, esp the Silurian, Permian, and Devonian periods
- Murchison falls
/ˈmɜːtʃɪsən/ noun 1. another name for Kabalega Falls
[moo r-shuh; Spanish moor-thyah] /ˈmʊər ʃə; Spanish ˈmur θyɑ/ noun 1. a city in SE Spain. 2. a region in SE Spain: formerly a kingdom. /Spanish ˈmurθja/ noun 1. a region and ancient kingdom of SE Spain, on the Mediterranean: taken by the Moors in the 8th century; an independent Muslim kingdom in the 11th […]