noun, plural stithies.
a forge or smithy.
verb (used with object), stithied, stithying.
Obsolete. to forge.
noun (pl) stithies
(archaic or dialect) a forge or anvil
verb stithies, stithying, stithied
(transitive) (obsolete) to forge on an anvil
noun 1. Also, stuiver. a former nickel coin of the Netherlands, equal to five Dutch cents. 2. the smallest possible amount: not worth a stiver; not a stiver of work. noun 1. a former Dutch coin worth one twentieth of a guilder 2. a small amount, esp of money
- St john chrysostom
noun 1. Saint John, a.d. 347?–407, ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople. noun 1. Saint John. ?345–407 ad, Greek patriarch; archbishop of Constantinople (398–404). Feast day: Sept 13 or Nov 13
1. stock. abbreviation 1. stock language, LISP, graphics A Scheme interpreter blended with Ousterhout’s Tk package by Erick Gallesio firstname.lastname@example.org. STk expresses all of Tk as Scheme objects. STk includes a slow CLOS/Dylan-like object-oriented extension. STk almost conforms to R4RS and runs on SunOS 4.1.x and Ultrix/MIPS. Latest version: 4.0.1, as of 2000-09-24. (ftp://kaolin.unice.fr/pub/STk-1.00.tar.gz). (ftp://ftp.cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme-repository/imp/STk-2.1.tar.Z). […]
1. Licentiate in Sacred Theology. STL 1. Lambert-St. Louis International Airport 2. Latin Sacrae Theologiae Licentiatus (Licentiate of Sacred Theology) 3. Saint Louis Cardinals 4. Saint Louis Rams