[kuh-luhm-buh s] /kəˈlʌm bəs/
Christopher (Sp. Cristóbal Colón; It. Cristoforo Colombo) 1446?–1506, Italian navigator in Spanish service: traditionally considered the discoverer of America 1492.
a city in and the capital of Ohio, in the central part.
a city in W Georgia.
a city in central Indiana.
a city in E Mississippi.
a city in E Nebraska.
a city in central Ohio: the state capital. Pop: 728 432 (2003 est)
a city in W Georgia, on the Chattahoochee River. Pop: 185 702 (2003 est)
Christopher. Spanish name Cristóbal Colón, Italian name Cristoforo Colombo. 1451–1506, Italian navigator and explorer in the service of Spain, who discovered the New World (1492)
his name is Latinized from his native Italian Cristoforo Colombo, in Spanish Christobal Colon.
America was discovered accidentally by a great seaman who was looking for something else, and most of the exploration for the next fifty years was done in the hope of getting through or around it. [S.E. Morison, “The Oxford History of the United States,” 1965]
Capital of Ohio.
[kris-tuh-feen] /ˈkrɪs təˌfin/ noun 1. .
[kris-tuh-fer] /ˈkrɪs tə fər/ noun 1. Saint, died a.d. c250, Christian martyr. 2. a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “Christ-bearer.”. /ˈkrɪstəfə/ noun 1. Saint. 3rd century ad, Christian martyr; patron saint of travellers masc. proper name, Church Latin Christophoros, from Ecclesiastical Greek khristophoros, literally “Christ-bearing;” from phoros “bearer,” from pherein “to carry” […]
- Chronic absorptive arthritis
chronic absorptive arthritis n. Arthritis, especially of the hands, accompanied by pronounced resorption of bone with shortening and deformity.
- Chronic acholuric jaundice
chronic acholuric jaundice n. See hereditary spherocytosis.