teres te·res (tēr’ēz, těr’-)
adj. pl. ter·e·tes (těr’ĭ-tēz’)
Being round and long. Used of certain muscles and ligaments.
noun 1. Mother (Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu) 1910–97, Albanian nun: Nobel Peace Prize 1979 for work in the slums of Calcutta, India. 2. Saint, Theresa, Saint. 3. a female given name, form of Theresa. noun 1. Saint, known as Teresa of Avila. 1515–82, Spanish nun and mystic. She reformed the Carmelite order and founded 17 convents. […]
severe, a eunuch or chamberlain in the palace of Ahasuerus, who conspired with another to murder him. The plot was detected by Mordecai, and the conspirators were put to death (Esther 2:21; 6:2).
noun 1. Valentina Vladimirovna [vuh-lyin-tyee-nuh vluh-dyi-myee-ruh v-nuh] /və lyɪnˈtyi nə vlə dyɪˈmyi rəv nə/ (Show IPA), born 1937, Soviet cosmonaut: first woman in space 1963. noun 1. Valentina Vladimirovna (vəlɪnˈtinə vlaˈdimirəvnə). born 1937, Soviet cosmonaut; first woman in space (1963)
noun 1. a member of the reformed order of barefooted Carmelites, founded in Spain in 1562. adjective 2. of or relating to St. Theresa or the Teresians.