noun, plural (especially collectively) sardine (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) sardines.
the pilchard, Sardina pilchardus, often preserved in oil and used for food.
any of various similar, closely related fishes of the herring family Clupeidae.
noun (pl) -dines, -dine
any of various small marine food fishes of the herring family, esp a young pilchard See also sild
like sardines, very closely crowded together
another name for sard
see: packed in like sardines
- Sardine stone
(Rev. 4:3, R.V., “sardius;” Heb. ‘odhem; LXX., Gr. sardion, from a root meaning “red”), a gem of a blood-red colour. It was called “sardius” because obtained from Sardis in Lydia. It is enumerated among the precious stones in the high priest’s breastplate (Ex. 28:17; 39:10). It is our red carnelian.
noun 1. a large island in the Mediterranean, W of Italy: with small nearby islands it comprises a department of Italy. 9301 sq. mi. (24,090 sq. km). 2. a former kingdom 1720–1860, including this island and Savoy, Piedmont, and Genoa (after 1815) in NW Italy: ruled by the House of Savoy. Capital: Turin. noun 1. […]
adjective 1. of or relating to Sardinia, its inhabitants, or their language. noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Sardinia. 3. a Romance language spoken on Sardinia. adjective 1. of or relating to Sardinia, its inhabitants, or their language noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Sardinia 3. the spoken language of Sardinia, sometimes regarded […]
noun 1. an ancient city in W Asia Minor: the capital of ancient Lydia. noun 1. an ancient city of W Asia Minor: capital of Lydia the metropolis of Lydia in Asia Minor. It stood on the river Pactolus, at the foot of mount Tmolus. Here was one of the seven Asiatic churches (Rev. 3:1-6). […]