[green-nis] /ˈgrin nɪs/
the quality or state of being .
vegetation, grass, or the like; verdure or verdancy.
lack of maturity or experience; youthfulness.
the state or quality of being naive; innocence; gullibility.
Old English grennes; see green + -ness. Meaning “immaturity” is from early 15c. Walpole coined greenth (1753) in the same sense.
[gree-nuh k, gren-uh k] /ˈgri nək, ˈgrɛn ək/ noun 1. a seaport in the Strathcylde region, in SW Scotland, on the Firth of Clyde. /ˈɡriːnək/ noun 1. a port in SW Scotland, in Inverclyde on the Firth of Clyde: shipbuilding and other marine industries. Pop: 45 467 (2001)
[gree-nuh-kahyt] /ˈgri nəˌkaɪt/ noun 1. a yellow mineral, cadmium sulfide, CdS, associated with zinc ores and used as a source of cadmium. /ˈɡriːnəˌkaɪt/ noun 1. a rare yellowish mineral consisting of cadmium sulphide in hexagonal crystalline form: the only ore of cadmium. Formula: CdS
- Green one
noun phrase A dollar bill; dollar; buck, clam: Alphamassage, only 15,000 green ones at Hammacher Schlemmer, plus 125 for shipping and handling (1980s+)
noun 1. a young onion with a slender green stalk and a small bulb, used as a table vegetable, usually raw, especially in salads; scallion.