[gley-zer] /ˈgleɪ zər/
Nathan, born 1923, U.S. sociologist.
- Nathan hale
[heyl] /heɪl/ noun 1. Edward Everett, 1822–1909, U.S. clergyman and author. 2. George Ellery [el-uh-ree] /ˈɛl ə ri/ (Show IPA), 1868–1938, U.S. astronomer. 3. Sir Matthew, 1609–76, British jurist: Lord Chief Justice 1671–76. 4. Nathan, 1755–76, American soldier hanged as a spy by the British during the American Revolution. 5. Sarah Josepha [joh-see-fuh] /dʒoʊˈsi fə/ […]
[nuh-than-yuh l] /nəˈθæn yəl/ noun 1. (def 1). 2. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “gift of God.”. masc. proper name, from Late Latin Nathanael, from Greek Nathanael, from Hebrew Nethan’el, literally “God has given” (see Nathan).
- Nathaniel bacon
[bey-kuh n] /ˈbeɪ kən/ noun 1. Francis (Baron Verulam, Viscount St. Albans) 1561–1626, English essayist, philosopher, and statesman. 2. Francis, 1910–92, English painter, born in Ireland. 3. Henry, 1866–1924, U.S. architect. 4. Nathaniel, 1647–76, American colonist, born in England: leader of a rebellion in Virginia 1676. 5. Roger (“The Admirable Doctor”) 1214?–94? English philosopher and […]
- Nathaniel currier
[kur-ee-er, kuhr-] /ˈkɜr i ər, ˈkʌr-/ noun 1. Nathaniel, 1813–88, U.S. lithographer. Compare (def 4). /ˈkʌrɪə/ noun 1. a person who curries leather n. late 14c., “one who dresses and colors leather,” from Old French corier, from Latin coriarius “tanner, currier,” from corium “hide, leather, skin” (see corium).