Sir Philip, 1554–86, English poet, writer, statesman, and soldier.
a city in N Ohio.
a male or female given name: a family name taken from a French placename, Saint Denis.
Algernon. 1622–83, English Whig politician, beheaded for his supposed part in the Rye House Plot to assassinate Charles II and the future James II: author of Discourses Concerning Government (1689)
Sir Philip. 1554–86, English poet, courtier, and soldier. His works include the pastoral romance Arcadia (1590), the sonnet sequence Astrophel and Stella (1591), and The Defence of Poesie (1595), one of the earliest works of literary criticism in English
noun 1. a city of ancient Phoenicia: site of modern Saida. noun 1. the chief city of ancient Phoenicia: founded in the third millennium bc; wealthy through trade and the making of glass and purple dyes; now the Lebanese city of Saïda fishing; fishery, Gen. 10:15, 19 (A.V. marg., Tzidon; R.V., Zidon); Matt. 11:21, 22; […]
noun 1. a city of ancient Phoenicia: site of modern Saida. adjective 1. of or relating to the ancient Phoenician city of Sidon or its inhabitants noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Sidon noun 1. the chief city of ancient Phoenicia: founded in the third millennium bc; wealthy through trade and the making of […]
noun 1. Gulf of, an inlet of the Mediterranean, on the N coast of Libya. noun 1. Gulf of Sidra, a wide inlet of the Mediterranean on the N coast of Libya
noun, plural Sidroth, Sidrot, Sidros [Sephardic Hebrew see-drawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew si-draws] /Sephardic Hebrew siˈdrɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈsɪ drɔs/ (Show IPA). English, Sidrahs. Hebrew. 1. a Parashah chanted or read on the Sabbath.