[han-suh, -zuh] /ˈhæn sə, -zə/
a company or guild of merchants in a northern European medieval town.
a fee paid to a merchant guild by a new member.
Also called Hansa town, Hansetown. a town that is a member of the .
also Hanse, medieval European merchants’ guild; see Hanseatic. A member was a Hansard (early 13c. as a surname).
[han-serd] /ˈhæn sərd/ noun 1. the official verbatim published reports of the debates and proceedings in the British Parliament. /ˈhænsɑːd/ noun 1. the official report of the proceedings of the British Parliament 2. a similar report kept by other legislative bodies
noun 1. a pigment derived from coal tar, characterized chiefly by its brilliant yellow color. 2. .
[hanz-ber-ee] /ˈhænz bɛr i/ noun 1. Lorraine, 1930–65, U.S. playwright.
- Hans christian joachim gram
Gram (gräm, grām) Danish bacteriologist who in 1884 developed a method of staining bacteria, called Gram’s stain or Gram’s dye, that is used to identify and classify bacteria, often from samples of infected body fluids. The classification, called gram-negative or gram-positive, can be useful in the initial selection of antibiotics to treat the infection.