[iz-erd] /ˈɪz ərd/
Ralph, 1742–1804, U.S. diplomat and politician.
(esp in the Pyrenees) another name for chamois
chamois-like antelope of the Pyrenees, 1791, from French isard, Gascon isart, “perhaps of Iberian origin,” or [Klein] from Basque (cf. izzara “star”).
- Ralph nader
[ney-der] /ˈneɪ dər/ noun 1. Ralph, born 1934, U.S. lawyer, author, political reformer, and consumer advocate. /ˈneɪdə/ noun 1. Ralph. born 1934, US lawyer and campaigner for consumer rights and the environment: a candidate for US president in 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008
[roi-ster doi-ster] /ˈrɔɪ stər ˌdɔɪ stər/ noun 1. a play (1553?) by Nicholas Udall: the earliest known English comedy.
- Ralph vaughan williams
[vawn wil-yuh mz] /vɔn ˈwɪl yəmz/ noun 1. Ralph, 1872–1958, English composer. [wil-yuh mz] /ˈwɪl yəmz/ noun 1. Ben Ames [eymz] /eɪmz/ (Show IPA), 1889–1953, U.S. novelist and short-story writer. 2. Bert (Egbert Austin Williams) 1876?–1922, U.S. comedian and songwriter. 3. Charles Melvin (Cootie) 1910–85, U.S. jazz trumpeter and bandleader. 4. Daniel Hale, 1858–1931, U.S. […]
- Ralph waldo emerson
[em-er-suh n] /ˈɛm ər sən/ noun 1. Ralph Waldo [wawl-doh,, wol-] /ˈwɔl doʊ,, ˈwɒl-/ (Show IPA), 1803–82, U.S. essayist and poet. /ˈɛməsən/ noun 1. Ralph Waldo. (rælf ˈwɔːldəʊ). 1803–82, US poet, essayist, and transcendentalist