the name the Jivaro people of the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon have for themselves
any of the languages spoken by the Shuar people See Jivaro
noun 1. Lee (Levi Shubert) 1875–1953, and his brothers Sam S. 1876–1905, and Jacob J. 1880–1963, U.S. theatrical managers.
/shuhb in’t*r-net/ (MUD, from H. P. Lovecraft’s evil fictional deity “Shub-Niggurath”, the Black Goat with a Thousand Young) The harsh personification of the Internet, Beast of a Thousand Processes, Eater of Characters, Avatar of Line Noise, and Imp of Call Waiting; the hideous multi-tendriled entity formed of all the manifold connections of the net. A […]
[shoo-brah el kahy-mah] /ʃʊˈbrɑ ɛl ˈkaɪ mɑ/ noun 1. a city in NE Egypt, a Cairo suburb.
noun 1. a husk or pod, as the outer covering of corn, hickory nuts, chestnuts, etc. 2. Usually, shucks. Informal. something useless or worthless: They don’t care shucks about the project. 3. the shell of an oyster or clam. verb (used with object) 4. to remove the shucks from: to shuck corn. 5. to remove […]