former name of Izmir.
Gulf of, former name of the Gulf of Izmir.
a city in NW Georgia: suburb of Atlanta.
Classical Mythology. Myrrha.
an ancient city on the W coast of Asia Minor: a major trading centre in the ancient world; a centre of early Christianity Modern name Izmir
myrrh, an ancient city of Ionia, on the western coast of Asia Minor, about 40 miles to the north of Ephesus. It is now the chief city of Anatolia, having a mixed population of about 200,000, of whom about one-third are professed Christians. The church founded here was one of the seven addressed by our Lord (Rev. 2:8-11). The celebrated Polycarp, a pupil of the apostle John, was in the second century a prominent leader in the church of Smyrna. Here he suffered martyrdom, A.D. 155.
noun 1. a variety of the common fig, Ficus carica, that requires caprification in order to produce fruit.
adjective 1. of or relating to Smyrna, Turkey.
noun 1. Dame Ethel Mary, 1858–1944, English writer, composer, and suffragist. 2. 1st Baron, Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth. noun 1. Dame Ethel (Mary). 1858–1944, British composer, best known for her operas, such as The Wreckers (1906). She was imprisoned for supporting the suffragette movement
or Smythe sewing [smahyth, smith] /smaɪθ, smɪθ/ noun, Bookbinding. 1. a method of sewing together folded, gathered, and collated signatures with a single thread sewn through the folds of individual signatures.