[fil-hel-een] /fɪlˈhɛl in/
a friend or supporter of the Greeks.
a lover of Greece and Greek culture
(European history) a supporter of the cause of Greek national independence
1824, “loving the Greeks,” from Greek, from philos “loving” (see -phile) + Hellen “Greek” (see Hellenic). Originally in English in reference to the cause of Greek independence. Related: Philhellenic.
[fil-uh-beg] /ˈfɪl əˌbɛg/ noun 1. . [fil-uh-beg] /ˈfɪl əˌbɛg/ noun 1. the kilt or pleated skirt worn by Scottish Highlanders. /ˈfɪlɪˌbɛɡ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of filibeg /ˈfɪlɪˌbɛɡ/ noun 1. the kilt worn by Scottish Highlanders
[fil-ip] /ˈfɪl ɪp/ noun 1. one of the 12 apostles. Mark 3:18; John 1:43–48; 6:5–7. 2. one of the leaders of the Christian Hellenists in the early church in Jerusalem who afterwards became an evangelist and missionary. Acts 6; 8:26–40. 3. King (Metacomet) died 1676, North American Indian chief: sachem of the Wampanoag tribe 1662–76; […]
- Philip armour
[ahr-mer] /ˈɑr mər/ noun 1. Philip Danforth [dan-fawrth,, -fohrth] /ˈdæn fɔrθ,, -foʊrθ/ (Show IPA), 1832–1901, U.S. meat-packing industrialist. /ˈɑːmə/ noun 1. any defensive covering, esp that of metal, chain mail, etc, worn by medieval warriors to prevent injury to the body in battle 2. the protective metal plates on a tank, warship, etc 3. (military) […]
- Philip dormer stanhope chesterfield
[ches-ter-feeld] /ˈtʃɛs tərˌfild/ noun 1. Philip Dormer Stanhope [dawr-mer stan-uh p] /ˈdɔr mər ˈstæn əp/ (Show IPA), 4th Earl of, 1694–1773, British statesman and author. /ˈtʃɛstəˌfiːld/ noun 1. a man’s knee-length overcoat, usually with a fly front to conceal the buttons and having a velvet collar 2. a large tightly stuffed sofa, often upholstered in […]