[zhaw-a-keem dy] /ʒɔ aˈkim dü/ (Show IPA), c1525–60, French poet.
[doo buh-ley, dyoo; French dy be-ley] /du bəˈleɪ, dyu; French dü bɛˈleɪ/
[French zhaw-a-keem] /French ʒɔ aˈkim/ (Show IPA), .
/French dy bɛlɛ/
Joachim du (ʒɔaʃɛ̃ dy). 1522–60, French poet, a member of the Pléiade
- Joachim of fiore
/ˈfjɔːreɪ/ noun 1. ?1132–1202 ad, Italian mystic and philosopher, best known for teaching that history can be divided into three ages, those of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
Jehovah his brother; i.e., helper. (1.) One of the sons of Obed-edom (1 Chr. 26:4), a Korhite porter. (2.) A Levite of the family of Gershom (1 Chr. 6:21), probably the same as Ethan (42). (3.) The son of Asaph, and “recorder” (q.v.) or chronicler to King Hezekiah (2 Kings 18:18, 26, 37). (4.) Son […]
(2 Chr. 34:8), a contracted form of Jehoahaz (q.v.).
[john] /dʒoʊn/ noun 1. (“Fair Maid of Kent”) 1328–85, wife of Edward, the Black Prince, and mother of Richard II. 2. a fictitious female pope about a.d. 855–858. 3. a female given name. /dʒəʊn/ noun 1. known as the Fair Maid of Kent. 1328–85, wife of Edward the Black Prince; mother of Richard II 2. […]