Simon, 1866–1945, U.S. engineer and naval architect.
an expanse of water entirely surrounded by land and unconnected to the sea except by rivers or streams related adjective lacustrine
anything resembling this
a surplus of a liquid commodity: a wine lake
a bright pigment used in textile dyeing and printing inks, produced by the combination of an organic colouring matter with an inorganic compound, usually a metallic salt, oxide, or hydroxide See also mordant
a red dye obtained by combining a metallic compound with cochineal
lake 1 (lāk)
A small collection of fluid.
A pigment consisting of organic coloring matter with an inorganic, usually metallic base or carrier, used in dyes, inks, and paints. v. laked, lak·ing, lakes
To cause blood plasma to become red as a result of the release of hemoglobin from the red blood cells.
A large inland body of standing fresh or salt water. Lakes generally form in depressions, such as those created by glacial or volcanic action; they may also form when a section of a river becomes dammed or when a channel is isolated by a change in a river’s course.
noun 1. Simon (defs 5, 6). noun 1. (New Testament) a Samaritan sorcerer, probably from Gitta, of the 1st century ad After being converted to Christianity, he tried to buy miraculous powers from the apostles (Acts of the Apostles 8:9–24). He is also identified as the founder of a Gnostic sect
noun 1. Konstantin M [kuh n-stuhn-tyeen] /kən stʌnˈtyin/ (Show IPA), 1915–79, Russian journalist and playwright.
noun 1. Also called Simon Peter. died a.d. 67? one of the 12 apostles and the reputed author of two of the Epistles. 2. either of these two Epistles in the New Testament, I Peter or II Peter. 3. a word formerly used in communications to represent the letter P. 4. a male given name. […]
adjective 1. real; genuine: a simon-pure accent. adjective 1. real; genuine; authentic sign up