[kar-uh-wey] /ˈkær əˌweɪ/
Hattie Ophelia Wyatt, 1878–1950, U.S. politician: first elected woman senator, from Arkansas, 1932.
an umbelliferous Eurasian plant, Carum carvi, having finely divided leaves and clusters of small whitish flowers
caraway seed, the pungent aromatic one-seeded fruit of this plant, used in cooking and in medicine
late 13c., from Old Spanish alcarahuaya, alcaravea, from Arabic al-karawiya, of unknown origin but suspected to be somehow from Greek karon “cumin.” Also as Anglo-Latin carvi, Old French carvi.
[hat-eez-burg] /ˈhæt izˌbɜrg/ noun 1. a city in SE Mississippi.
[hat] /hæt/ noun 1. a shaped covering for the head, usually with a crown and brim, especially for wear outdoors. 2. Roman Catholic Church. verb (used with object), hatted, hatting. 3. to provide with a hat; put a hat on. Idioms 4. hat in hand, humbly; respectfully: He approached the boss, hat in hand. 5. […]
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noun 1. Cricket. the knocking off by one bowler of three wickets with three successive pitches: so called because formerly such a bowler was rewarded with a hat. 2. Ice Hockey, Soccer. three goals or points scored by one player in one game. 3. Baseball. a series of a base hit, a two-base hit, a […]
[haht-too-sahs] /ˌhɑt tʊˈsɑs/ noun 1. the capital of the ancient Hittite empire in Asia Minor: site of modern Boghazköy, Turkey.