[kwen-tn] /ˈkwɛn tn/
a male or female given name: from a Latin word meaning “fifth.”.
masc. proper name, from French, from Latin Quin(c)tianus, from quintus “the fifth.” Roman children in large families often were named for their birth order (e.g. Sextius; also cf. Octavian). “[P]opular in France from the cult of St Quentin of Amiens, and brought to England by the Normans” [“Dictionary of English Surnames”], but the popular English form as a surname was Quinton.
[kwur-si-tin] /ˈkwɜr sɪ tɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a yellow, crystalline, slightly water-soluble powder, C 1 5 H 1 0 O 7 , obtained from the bark of the quercitron and other vegetable substances, used as a yellow dye; flavin. /ˈkwɜːsɪtɪn/ noun 1. a yellow crystalline pigment found naturally in the rind and bark of many […]
[kwer-chah] /ˈkwɛr tʃɑ/ noun 1. Jacopo Della [yah-kaw-paw del-lah] /ˈyɑ kɔ pɔ ˌdɛl lɑ/ (Show IPA), 1374?–1438, Italian sculptor. /Italian ˈkwertʃa/ noun 1. Jacopo della. See Jacopo della Quercia
[kwur-sin, -sahyn] /ˈkwɜr sɪn, -saɪn/ adjective 1. of or relating to an oak.
[kwur-si-tawl, -tol] /ˈkwɜr sɪˌtɔl, -ˌtɒl/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless, crystalline, sweet, water-soluble solid, C 6 H 1 2 O 5 , obtained from acorns or oak bark: used chiefly in medicine.