[oo-gaw] /ˈu gɔ/ (Show IPA), 1892–1953, Italian poet and dramatist.
What Sami Sings with the Birds Johanna Spyri
Cuore (Heart) Edmondo De Amicis
The Mind of the Child, Part II W. Preyer
The Maidens’ Lodge Emily Sarah Holt
Ugo (ˈuɡo). 1892–1953, Italian writer, noted esp for his plays, including La Padrona (1927), Corruzione al palazzo di giustizia (1949), and La Regina e gli insorte (1951)
brown betty. a female given name, form of Elizabeth. Elizabeth Bloomer (“Betty”) 1918–2011, U.S. First Lady 1974–77 (wife of Gerald R. Ford). Ford Madox [mad-uh ks] /ˈmæd əks/ (Show IPA), (Ford Madox Hueffer) 1873–1939, English novelist, poet, critic, and editor. Gerald R(udolph, Jr.) (Leslie Lynch King, Jr) 1913–2006, U.S. political leader: congressman 1948–73; vice president […]
- Betting shop
a licensed bookmaking establishment that takes off-track bets on horse races. noun (in Britain) a licensed bookmaker’s premises not on a racecourse
a crater in the third quadrant of the face of the moon: about 60 miles (96 km) in diameter.
a person who bet. Historical Examples The Door Through Space Marion Zimmer Bradley Thoroughbreds W. A. Fraser The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete Charles James Lever (1806-1872) Fred Fearnot’s New Ranch Hal Standish Twenty Years a Detective in the Wickedest City in the World Clifton R. Wooldridge My Adventures with Your Money George Graham Rice […]
- Betty lamp
an Early American lamp, consisting of a shallow, covered basin filled with oil, tallow, etc., providing fuel for a wick housed in a teapotlike spout, and often hung by a hook or suspended from a chain. Historical Examples Customs and Fashions in Old New England Alice Morse Earle