[ahr-mahn-daw] /ɑrˈmɑn dɔ/ (Show IPA), 1853–1938, Spanish novelist and critic.
Armando (arˈmando). 1853–1938, Spanish novelist and critic
noun Giorgio. born 1936, Italian fashion designer, noted for his restrained classical style Contemporary Examples Most celebrities come to armani seeking salvation from their tasteless ways. Armani Goes Gaga: Giorgio Armani Intoxicated by Lady Gaga Robin Givhan February 5, 2011 The former Olympian, already an official “ambassador” for armani, is outspoken about her love of […]
(def 1). Historical Examples “armarium” was to called because it was originally a place for keeping arms. The Captiva and The Mostellaria Plautus I have placed the armarium at the end of the room, opposite the window. The Care of Books John Willis Clark They would take the armarium that was in daily use, and […]
a monk in charge of the library and scriptorium in a monastery. Historical Examples In all cases the armarian was instructed to make a short memorandum of the name of the book which he had lent or received. Bibliomania in the Middle Ages Frederick Somner Merryweather Besides the duties which we have enumerated, there were […]
. Biology. the protective covering of an animal or plant, or any part serving for defense or offense. Electricity. the part of an electric machine that includes the main current-carrying winding and in which the electromotive force is induced. the pivoted part of an electric device, as a buzzer or relay, that is activated by […]