the position or location of a town, building, etc., especially as to its environment:
the site of our summer cabin.
the area or exact plot of ground on which anything is, has been, or is to be located:
the site of ancient Troy.
verb (used with object), sited, siting.
to place in or provide with a site; locate.
to put in position for operation, as artillery:
to site a cannon.
the piece of land where something was, is, or is intended to be located: a building site, archaeological site
(as modifier): site office
an internet location where information relating to a specific subject or group of subjects can be accessed
(transitive) to locate, place, or install (something) in a specific place
A place; a location. v. sit·ed, sit·ing, sites
To locate or situate at a site.
noun 1. an English alliterative poem of unknown authorship, dating from the 14th century.
- Sir francis drake
noun 1. Sir Francis, c1540–96, English admiral and buccaneer: sailed around the world 1577–80. 2. Joseph Rodman [rod-muh n] /ˈrɒd mən/ (Show IPA), 1795–1820, U.S. poet. noun 1. the male of any duck noun 1. (angling) an artificial fly resembling a mayfly 2. (history) a small cannon 3. an obsolete word for dragon noun 1. […]
noun 1. a river in SE Europe, flowing SE from the Carpathian Mountains in Ukraine, through E Romania to the Danube. 270 miles (435 km) long. noun 1. a river in SE Europe, rising in Ukraine and flowing southeast through E Romania to the Danube. Length: about 450 km (280 miles)
noun 1. Mare, Mare Sirenum.