[eth-klawr-vahyn-l, -klohr-] /ˌɛθ klɔrˈvaɪn l, -kloʊr-/
a colorless to yellow, pungent, aromatic liquid, C 7 H 9 ClO, used as a hypnotic and sedative, especially in the short-term management of insomnia.
[eth-uh l] /ˈɛθ əl/ noun 1. a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “noble.”. fem. proper name, originally a shortening of Old English Etheldred, Ethelinda, etc., in which the first element means “nobility.” noun
[eth-uh l-burt] /ˈɛθ əlˌbɜrt/ noun 1. a.d. 552?–616, king of Kent 560–616. 2. a male given name: from Old English words meaning “noble” and “bright.”. /ˈɛθəlˌbɜːt/ noun 1. Saint. ?552–616 ad, king of Kent (560–616): converted to Christianity by St Augustine; issued the earliest known code of English laws. Feast day: Feb 24 or 25 […]
- Ethel merman
[mur-muh n] /ˈmɜr mən/ noun 1. Ethel (Ethel Agnes Zimmerman) 1909–84, U.S. singer, musical comedy star, and actress. /ˈmɜːˌmæn/ noun (pl) -men 1. a male counterpart of the mermaid n. c.1600, literally “man of the sea,” from first element in mermaid (q.v.) + man (n.).
- Ethelred i
/ˈɛθəlˌrɛd/ noun 1. died 871, king of Wessex (866–71). He led resistance to the Danish invasion of England; died following his victory at Ashdown