[zhahn fee-leep] /ʒɑ̃ fiˈlip/ (Show IPA), 1683–1764, French composer and musical theorist.
Jean Philippe (ʒɑ̃ filip). 1683–1764, French composer. His works include the opera Castor et Pollux (1737), chamber music, harpsichord pieces, church music, and cantatas. His Traité de l’harmonie (1722) was of fundamental importance in the development of modern harmony
[ruh-mey] /rəˈmeɪ/ noun 1. Louise de la (“Ouida”) 1839–1908, English novelist.
[ram-i-kin] /ˈræm ɪ kɪn/ noun 1. a small dish in which food can be baked and served. 2. a small, separately cooked portion of a cheese preparation or other food mixture baked in a small dish without a lid. /ˈræmɪkɪn/ noun 1. a savoury dish made from a cheese mixture baked in a fireproof container […]
[rah-muh n] /ˈrɑ mən/ noun, Japanese Cookery. 1. a bowl of clear soup containing noodles, vegetables, and often bits of meat. /ˈrɑːmən/ noun 1. a Japanese dish consisting of a clear broth containing thin white noodles and sometimes vegetables, meat, etc plural noun 2. thin white noodles served in such a broth
[ruh-men-tuh m] /rəˈmɛn təm/ noun, plural ramenta [ruh-men-tuh] /rəˈmɛn tə/ (Show IPA) 1. a scraping, shaving, or particle. 2. Botany. one of the thin, chafflike scales covering the shoots or leaves of certain ferns. /rəˈmɛntəm/ noun (pl) -ta (-tə) 1. any of the thin brown scales that cover the stems and leaves of young ferns