[hen-rik] /ˈhɛn rɪk/ (Show IPA), 1846–1916, Polish novelist: Nobel prize 1905.
Henryk (ˈxɛnrik). 1846–1916, Polish novelist. His best-known works are Quo Vadis? (1896), set in Nero’s Rome, and the war trilogy With Fire and Sword (1884), The Deluge (1886), and Pan Michael (1888), set in 17th-century Poland: Nobel prize for literature 1905
noun 1. a ferruginous earth used as a yellowish-brown pigment (raw sienna) or, after roasting in a furnace, as a reddish-brown pigment (burnt sienna) 2. the color of such a pigment. noun 1. a natural earth containing ferric oxide used as a yellowish-brown pigment when untreated (raw sienna) or a reddish-brown pigment when roasted (burnt […]
noun 1. Cesare [che-zah-re] /ˈtʃɛ zɑ rɛ/ (Show IPA), 1923–2010, Italian basso.
noun 1. any of a group of calcareous, brownish gray soils based in a carbonate or hardpan layer, found in arid climates.
noun 1. a chain of hills or mountains, the peaks of which suggest the teeth of a saw. 2. any of several Spanish mackerels of the genus Scomberomorus, especially S. sierra, found in western North America. 3. a word used in communications to represent the letter S. noun 1. a range of mountains with jagged […]