Pinchas [ping-kuh s] /ˈpɪŋ kəs/ (Show IPA), born 1948, Israeli violinist, violist, and orchestral conductor.
Pinchas. born 1948, Israeli violinist
Louis, 1904–78, U.S. poet.
a female given name. Historical Examples Zuleika gave a wild cry of joy and flung her arms about her father’s neck. Monte-Cristo’s Daughter Edmund Flagg Zuleika slipped out of her bedroom and ran to her father’s room. Colonel Starbottle’s Client and Other Stories Bret Harte Zuleika stood gazing pensively, twitching the two pearls between her […]
Ignacio [eeg-nah-thyaw,, -syaw] /igˈnɑ θyɔ,, -syɔ/ (Show IPA), 1870–1945, Spanish painter. Historical Examples This was also the opinion of the friends with whom we spent the evening at Seor Zuloaga’s. A Volunteer with Pike Robert Ames Bennet This is the class of pictures in which Zuloaga is at his best. Artists Past and Present Elisabeth […]
a member of a Nguni people living mainly in Natal, Republic of South Africa. the Bantu language of the Zulu. a word used in communications to represent the letter Z. of or relating to the Zulus or their language. Contemporary Examples It was almost like an American version of the old Michael Caine classic movie […]