[uh-lim-puh s, oh-lim-] /əˈlɪm pəs, oʊˈlɪm-/
Mount, a mountain in NE Greece, on the boundary between Thessaly and Macedonia: mythical abode of the greater Grecian gods. 9730 feet (2966 meters).
a mountain in NW Washington: highest peak of the Olympic Mountains. 7954 feet (2424 meters).
Mount Olympus, a mountain in NE Greece: the highest mountain in Greece, believed in Greek mythology to be the dwelling place of the greater gods. Height: 2911 m (9550 ft) Modern Greek name Ólimbos
Mount Olympus, a mountain in NW Washington: highest peak of the Olympic Mountains. Height: 2427 m (7965 ft)
a poetic word for heaven
high mountain in Thessaly, abode of the gods, from Greek Olympos, of unknown origin. The name was given to several mountains, each seemingly the highest in its district.
- Olympus mons
noun 1. the highest of the giant shield volcanoes on Mars, lying 18°N of the equator. Height: 26 km; base diameter: over 600 km
[oh-lin-thuh s] /oʊˈlɪn θəs/ noun 1. an ancient city in NE Greece, on the Chalcidice Peninsula. /əʊˈlɪnθəs/ noun 1. an ancient city in N Greece: the centre of Chalcidice
[awm] /ɔm/ noun, Hinduism. 1. a mantric word thought to be a complete expression of Brahman and interpreted as having three sounds representing Brahma or creation, Vishnu or preservation, and Siva or destruction, or as consisting of the same three sounds, representing waking, dreams, and deep sleep, along with the following silence, which is fulfillment. […]
British. 1. Order of Merit.