[sahy-muh n;; Spanish see-mawn] /ˈsaɪ mən;; Spanish siˈmɔn/ (Show IPA), (“El Libertador”) 1783–1830, Venezuelan statesman: leader of revolt of South American colonies against Spanish rule.
Pico, a mountain in W Venezuela, in the Cordillera Mérida: highest elevation in Venezuela. 16,411 feet (5007 meters).
Simon (siˈmon). 1783–1830, South American soldier and liberator. He drove the Spaniards from Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru and hoped to set up a republican confederation, but was prevented by separatist movements in Venezuela and Colombia (1829–30). Upper Peru became a separate state and was called Bolivia in his honour
noun (pl) -vars, -vares (-βares)
the standard monetary unit of Venezuela, equal to 100 céntimos
language A simulation language by A. Hoare et al. based on Pascal. [“Quasiparallel Programming”, W.H. Kaubisch et al, Soft Prac & Exp 6:341-356 1976]. [C.A.R. Hoare?] (1996-01-18)
- Simone de beauvoir
noun 1. Simone [see-mawn] /siˈmɔn/ (Show IPA), (Lucie Ernestine Marie Bertrand) 1908–86, French playwright, novelist, and essayist. noun 1. Simone (simɔn). 1908–86, French existentialist novelist and feminist, whose works include Le sang des autres (1944), Le deuxième sexe (1949), and Les mandarins (1954)
- Simone martini
noun 1. Simone [see-maw-ne] /siˈmɔ nɛ/ (Show IPA), 1283–1344, Italian painter. noun (pl) -nis 1. trademark an Italian vermouth 2. a cocktail of gin and vermouth noun 1. Simone (siˈmoːne). ?1284–1344, Sienese painter
noun 1. a person who practices simony. noun 1. a person who is guilty of practising simony