[zhuh-ney; French zhuh-ne] /ʒəˈneɪ; French ʒəˈnɛ/
Edmond Charles Edouard
[ed-mawn sharl ey-dwar] /ɛdˈmɔ̃ ʃarl eɪˈdwar/ (Show IPA), (“Citizen Genêt”) 1763–1834, French minister to the U.S. in 1793.
pen name of .
any agile catlike viverrine mammal of the genus Genetta, inhabiting wooded regions of Africa and S Europe, having an elongated head, thick spotted or blotched fur, and a very long tail
the fur of such an animal
an obsolete spelling of jennet
Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1910–86, French dramatist and novelist; his novels include Notre-Dame des Fleurs (1944) and his plays Les Bonnes (1947) and Le Balcon (1956)
small civet, late 15c., from Old French genete (Modern French genette), from Spanish gineta, from Arabic jarnait.
[ed-muh ndz] /ˈɛd məndz/ noun 1. a town in NW Washington. [ed-muh nd] /ˈɛd mənd/ noun 1. a town in central Oklahoma. 2. Also, Edmund. a male given name: from Old English words meaning “rich, happy” and “protection.”.
[ed-muh n-tuh n] /ˈɛd mən tən/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Alberta, in the central part, in SW Canada. [al-bur-tuh] /ælˈbɜr tə/ noun 1. a province in W Canada. 255,285 sq. mi. (661,190 sq. km). Capital: Edmonton. Abbreviation: Alba., Alta. 2. a female given name, form of . /ˈɛdməntən/ noun 1. […]
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noun 1. a.d. 921?–946, English king 940–946. noun 1. (“Ironside”) a.d. c980–1016, English king 1016: defeated by Canute. [ed-muh nd] /ˈɛd mənd/ noun 1. a town in central Oklahoma. 2. Also, Edmund. a male given name: from Old English words meaning “rich, happy” and “protection.”. /ˈɛdmənd/ noun 1. Saint, also called Saint Edmund Rich. 1175–1240, […]