[oh-luh ed-vahrt] /ˈoʊ lə ˈɛd vɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1876–1931, U.S. novelist and educator, born in Norway.
adjective 1. short and plumply round, as a person or a young animal. noun, plural roly-polies. 2. a roly-poly person or thing. 3. Chiefly British. a sheet of biscuit dough spread with jam, fruit, or the like, rolled up and steamed or baked. adjective 1. plump, buxom, or rotund noun (pl) -lies 2. (Brit) a […]
noun 1. a Gypsy man or boy. noun 1. computer memory in which program instructions, operating procedures, or other data are permanently stored, generally on electronic chips during manufacture, and that ordinarily cannot be changed by the user. 1. Roman. 2. Romance. 3. Romania. 4. Romanian. 5. Romanic. 6. Romans (New Testament). 1. roman (printing […]
noun 1. Rome. noun 1. the Italian name for Rome noun 1. another name for Gypsy (as modifier): Roma gypsy musicians 2. another name for Romany
noun 1. a former province of the Papal States, in NE Italy. Capital: Ravenna. noun 1. an area of N Italy: part of the Papal States up to 1860