[klem-uh n-tahyn, -teen] /ˈklɛm ənˌtaɪn, -ˌtin/
a small, sweet variety of tangerine with orange-red skin.
[klem-uh n-tahyn, -teen; French kle-mahn-teen] /ˈklɛm ənˌtaɪn, -ˌtin; French klɛ mɑ̃ˈtin/
a female given name: derived from Clement.
a citrus fruit thought to be either a variety of tangerine or a hybrid between a tangerine and sweet orange
“cross between tangerine and sour orange,” 1926, from French clémentine (1902). Originally an accidental hybrid said to have been discovered by (and named for) Father Clement Rodier in the garden of his orphanage in Misserghin, near Oran, Algeria. Introduced into U.S. and grown at Citrus Research Center in Riverside, Calif., as early as 1909.
1705, in reference to various popes who took the name Clement (see clement (adj.)), especially of the edition of the Vulgate issued due to Pope Clement V (1309-14).
fem. proper name, from fem. of Clement (see clement (adj.)).
An American folksong (see folk music). Its refrain is:
Oh my darling, oh my darling,
Oh my darling Clementine!
You are lost and gone forever,
Dreadful sorry, Clementine.
(See also forty-niners.)
[church-yahrd] /ˈtʃɜrtʃˌyɑrd/ noun 1. the yard or ground adjoining a church, often used as a graveyard. /ˈtʃɜːtʃˌjɑːd/ noun 1. the grounds surrounding a church, usually used as a graveyard n. early 12c., from church + yard (n.1).
[chur-chee] /ˈtʃɜr tʃi/ adjective, churchier, churchiest. 1. adhering strictly to the prescribed form in ecclesiastical matters. 2. intolerant of dissent in one’s religion. 3. of, characteristic of, or suggestive of a : The stained-glass windows gave the room a churchy look. /ˈtʃɜːtʃɪ/ adjective churchier, churchiest 1. like a church, church service, etc 2. excessively religious
[church-woo m-uh n] /ˈtʃɜrtʃˌwʊm ən/ noun, plural churchwomen. 1. a female member, adherent, or active supporter of a . /ˈtʃɜːtʃˌwʊmən/ noun (pl) -women 1. a female practising member of a church
[church-wawr-dn] /ˈtʃɜrtʃˌwɔr dn/ noun 1. Anglican Church. a lay officer who looks after the secular affairs of the church, and who, in England, is the legal representative of the parish. 2. Episcopal Church. a lay church officer who, with other members of the vestry, is in charge of the temporal management of the parish. 3. […]