[stohn-hahr-tid] /ˈstoʊnˈhɑr tɪd/
noun 1. a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England, consisting of a large circle of megaliths surrounding a smaller circle and four massive trilithons; dating to late Neolithic and early Bronze Age times (c1700–1200 b.c.) and believed to have been connected with a sun cult or used for astronomical observations. noun 1. a prehistoric […]
- Stone knives and bearskins
(From the Star Trek Classic episode “The City on the Edge of Forever”) A term traditionally used to describe (and deprecate) computing environments that are grotesquely primitive in light of what is known about good ways to design things. As in “Don’t get too used to the facilities here. Once you leave SAIL it’s stone […]
noun 1. (in Japan) an intricately carved lantern of stone, often placed in a garden or before a shrine. 2. a usually inexpensive reproduction of this, often made of cast metal.
noun 1. a fossil crinoid. noun 1. the fossil of any of several species of sea lily or crinoid