[ahy-beer-ee-uh n] /aɪˈbɪər i ən/
of or relating to in SW Europe, its inhabitants, or their language.
of or relating to ancient in the Caucasus or its inhabitants.
one of the ancient inhabitants of in Europe, from whom the Basques are supposed to be descended.
the language of the ancient Iberians of SW Europe, not known to be related to any other language.
one of the ancient inhabitants of in Asia.
a member of a group of ancient Caucasoid peoples who inhabited the Iberian Peninsula in preclassical and classical times See also Celtiberian
a native or inhabitant of the Iberian Peninsula; a Spaniard or Portuguese
a native or inhabitant of ancient Iberia in the Caucasus
denoting, or relating to the pre-Roman peoples of the Iberian Peninsula or of Caucasian Iberia
of or relating to the Iberian Peninsula, its inhabitants, or any of their languages
c.1600 (n.); 1610s (adj.), from Latin Iberia, ancient name of the Spanish peninsula, from Greek Iberes “Celtic people of Spain;” also the name given to an Asiatic people near the Caucasus. Of unknown origin in both uses, but the word as applied in Spain is believed to be related to the River Ebro. The earliest English reference is to the Caucasians; in reference to Spain and Portugal it dates from 1610s.
[ahy-beer-ee-uh] /aɪˈbɪər i ə/ noun 1. Also called Iberian Peninsula. a peninsula in SW Europe, comprising Spain and Portugal. 2. an ancient region S of the Caucasus in the Georgian Republic. /aɪˈbɪərɪə/ noun 1. the Iberian Peninsula 2. an ancient region in central Asia, south of the Caucasus corresponding approximately to present-day Georgia
/aɪˈbɪərɪs/ noun 1. any plant of the annual or perennial Eurasian genus Iberis, 12 to 25 cm (6–12 in.) in height, with white or purple flowers. I. amara and I. umbellata are the garden candytuft Family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
/ˈaɪbərəʊ/ combining form 1. indicating Iberia or Iberian: Ibero-Caucasian
[ahy-beer-oh-maw-roo-zee-uh n, -zhuh n] /aɪˈbɪər oʊ mɔˈru zi ən, -ʒən/ adjective 1. of or relating to an Epipaleolithic culture of northwestern Africa that preceded the Capsian culture and was once erroneously thought to have originated in southwestern Europe; characterized by the use of backed bladelets, occupation of the maritime plain, and the hunting of the […]