Jean (Julius Christian)
[zhahn yoo-lyoo s kris-tyahn] /ʒɑn ˈyu lyʊs ˈkrɪs tyɑn/ (Show IPA), 1865–1957, Finnish composer.
Jean (ʒan). 1865–1957, Finnish composer, noted for his seven symphonies, his symphonic poems, such as Finlandia (1900) and Tapiola (1925), and his violin concerto (1905)
noun 1. a list of persons who are sick. Idioms 2. on the sick list, in poor health; not well; ill. noun 1. a list of the sick, esp in the army or navy
adjective, sicklier, sickliest. 1. not strong; unhealthy; ailing. 2. of, connected with, or arising from ill health: a sickly complexion. 3. marked by the prevalence of ill health, as a region: the epidemic left the town sickly. 4. causing sickness. 5. nauseating. 6. maudlin and insipid; mawkish: sickly sentimentality. 7. faint or feeble, as light […]
noun 1. a particular disease or malady. 2. the state or an instance of being sick; illness. 3. nausea; queasiness. noun 1. an illness or disease 2. nausea or queasiness 3. the state or an instance of being sick sickness sick·ness (sĭk’nĭs) n. The condition of being sick; illness. A disease or an illness.
- Sickness benefit
noun 1. (formerly, in the British National Insurance scheme) a weekly payment made to a person who had been off work through illness for more than three days and less than six months; replaced by incapacity benefit in 1995 2. (in New Zealand) a payment made by the Department of Social Welfare to a person […]