a port in and the capital of Finistère, in NW France: noted for pottery manufacture.
[fin-uh-stair; French fee-nee-ster] /ˌfɪn əˈstɛər; French fi niˈstɛr/
a department in W France. 2714 sq. mi. (7030 sq. km).
a city in NW France: capital of Finistère department. Pop: 63 238 (1999)
/ˌfɪnɪˈstɛə; French finistɛr/
a department of NW France, at the tip of the Breton peninsula. Capital: Quimper. Pop: 863 798 (2003 est). Area: 7029 sq km (2741 sq miles)
[kwim] /kwɪm/ noun, Slang: Vulgar. 1. vagina; vulva. /kwɪm/ noun 1. (Brit, taboo) the female genitals noun a vulgar term for a woman’s genitals, specif. the vagina Usage Note UK vulgar slang n. slang for “female genitalia, vulva, vagina,” 1735, perhaps 1610s, of unknown origin. Coarse and disparaging use for “females collectively” is from 1935. […]
1. variant of before a vowel. /kwɪn/ noun 1. (Brit) short for quintuplet (sense 2) US and Canadian word quint n. 1935, short for quintuplet, one of five. Pyle 1965. Interactive language. Sammet 1969, p.691.
[kwin-uh-kreen] /ˈkwɪn əˌkrin/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. an alkaloid, C 2 3 H 3 0 ClN 3 O, similar in its properties to pamaquine, used in the treatment of malaria. /ˈkwɪnəˌkriːn/ noun 1. another name for mepacrine 2. quinacrine mustard, a nitrogen mustard derived from mepacrine and used as a stain for chromosomes
- Quinacrine hydrochloride
quinacrine hydrochloride quin·a·crine hydrochloride (kwĭn’ə-krēn’, -krĭn) n. The dihydrochloride form of an acridine derivative used as an antimalarial, an anthelmintic, and especially as a stain for Y chromatin in fluorescent microscopy.