a stiff square cap with three or four upright projecting pieces extending from the center of the top to the edge, worn by ecclesiastics.
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(RC Church) a stiff clerical cap having either three or four upright pieces projecting outwards from the centre to the edge: coloured black for priests, purple for bishops, red for cardinals, and white for certain members of religious orders
(Märta) Birgit [mahr-tah bir-git;; English mahr-tuh bur-git] /ˈmɑr tɑ ˈbɪr gɪt;; English ˈmɑr tə ˈbɜr gɪt/ (Show IPA), 1918–2005, Swedish soprano. Contemporary Examples Busted Journos Speak Up! Jacob Bernstein July 28, 2010 Historical Examples Geraldine Farrar Geraldine Farrar The Mapleson Memoirs, vol I James H. Mapleson John Thorndyke’s Cases R. Austin Freeman The Mapleson Memoirs, […]
noun Saint Birgitta, See Bridget (sense 2) Historical Examples Sweden Victor Nilsson Sweden Victor Nilsson A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume III Henry Charles Lea The Swedish Revolution Under Gustavus Vasa Paul Barron Watson
bidi. (in India) an inexpensive cigarette, locally produced usually from cut tobacco rolled in leaf.
a spicy Indian dish of rice with meat or vegetables, flavored with saffron or turmeric. noun a variant spelling of biryani noun any of a variety of Indian dishes made with rice, highly flavoured and coloured with saffron or turmeric, mixed with meat or fish