one of a dual-purpose American breed of chickens having white feathers and a rose comb.
noun 1. Cecil John, 1853–1902, English colonial capitalist and government administrator in southern Africa. 2. James Ford, 1848–1927, U.S. historian. 3. a Greek island in the SE Aegean, off the SW coast of Turkey: the largest of the Dodecanese Islands. 542 sq. mi. (1404 sq. km). 4. a seaport on this island. Greek Rhodos. 5. […]
noun 1. a grass, Chloris gayana, native to Africa, used as pasturage and fodder in warm climates. Rhodes grass noun 1. a perennial grass, Chloris gayana, native to Africa but widely cultivated in dry regions for forage
noun 1. (as Southern Rhodesia, ) a former British colony in S Africa: declared independence 1965; name changed to Zimbabwe, 1979. 2. a historical region in S Africa that comprised the British territories of Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) and Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). noun 1. a former name (1964–79) for Zimbabwe Rhodesia [(roh-dee-zhuh)] Former name […]
noun 1. a former grouping of British territories in S Africa for administrative purposes (1953–63): composed of Southern and Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland.