[kween-lee] /ˈkwin li/
adjective, queenlier, queenliest.
belonging or proper to a :
befitting, or suggestive of, a :
in a queenly manner.
adjective -lier, -liest
resembling or appropriate to a queen
having the rank of queen
in a manner appropriate to a queen
mid-15c., from queen (n.) + -ly (1). Related: Queenliness.
[mab] /mæb/ noun 1. Irish and English Folklore. a mischievous, tantalizing fairy who governs and produces people’s dreams. /mæb/ noun 1. (in British folklore) a bewitching fairy who rules over men’s dreams
[mawd] /mɔd/ noun 1. a coastal region of Antarctica, S of Africa: Norwegian explorations. /mɔːd/ noun 1. the large section of Antarctica between Coats Land and Enderby Land: claimed by Norway in 1939. (Claims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty of 1959)
- Queen mary and westfield college
(QMW) One of the largest of the multi-faculty schools of the University of London. QMW has some 6000 students and over 600 teaching and research staff organised into seven faculties. QMW was one of the first colleges in the University of London to develop fully the course-unit, or modular, approach to degree programmes. Cross faculty […]
noun 1. a mountain range in Antarctica, in Ross Dependency, S of the Ross Sea. noun 1. a mountain range in Antarctica, in S Ross Dependency, extending for about 800 km (500 miles)