[ol-i-koo k] /ˈɒl ɪˌkʊk/
noun, Hudson Valley: Older Use.
a Roman Christian whom Paul salutes (Rom. 16:15).
[uh-lim-pee-uh, oh-lim-] /əˈlɪm pi ə, oʊˈlɪm-/ noun 1. a plain in ancient Elis, Greece, where the ancient were held. 2. a city in and the capital of Washington, in the W part, on Puget Sound. 3. (sometimes lowercase). Also called Olympia oyster. a common oyster, Ostrea lurida, of the Pacific coast of North America. 4. […]
[uh-lim-pee-ad, oh-lim-] /əˈlɪm piˌæd, oʊˈlɪm-/ noun, (often lowercase) 1. a period of four years reckoned from one celebration of the Olympic Games to the next, by which the Greeks computed time from 776 b.c. 2. a celebration of the modern Olympic Games. /əˈlɪmpɪˌæd/ noun 1. a staging of the modern Olympic Games 2. the four-year […]
[uh-lim-pee-uh n, oh-lim-] /əˈlɪm pi ən, oʊˈlɪm-/ adjective 1. pertaining to Mount or dwelling thereon, as the gods of classical Greece. 2. pertaining to Olympia in Elis. 3. of, resembling, characteristic of, or suitable to the gods of ; majestic or aloof: an Olympian landscape; an Olympian disdain. noun 4. an Olympian deity. 5. a […]