[koun-tis] /ˈkaʊn tɪs/
the wife or widow of a count in the nobility of Continental Europe or of an earl in the British peerage.
a woman having the rank of a count or earl in her own right.
the wife or widow of a count or earl
a woman of the rank of count or earl
mid-12c., adopted in Anglo-French for “the wife of an earl,” from Medieval Latin cometissa, fem. of Latin comes “count” (see count (n.)).
[kount] /kaʊnt/ verb (used with object) 1. to check over (the separate units or groups of a collection) one by one to determine the total number; add up; enumerate: He counted his tickets and found he had ten. 2. to reckon up; calculate; compute. 3. to list or name the numerals up to: Close your […]
- Counting chamber
counting chamber n. A standardized glass slide used for counting cells, especially red blood cells and white blood cells, and other particulate material in a measured volume of fluid; a hemocytometer.
noun 1. a building or office used by the accounting and bookkeeping department of a business. noun 1. (rare, mainly Brit) a room or building used by the accountants of a business
noun, Mathematics. 1. (def 1).
noun 1. counting house.