[kris-uh-stuh m, kri-sos-tuh m] /ˈkrɪs ə stəm, krɪˈsɒs təm/
Saint John, a.d. 347?–407, ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople.
- John c fremont
[free-mont] /ˈfri mɒnt/ noun 1. John Charles, 1813–90, U.S. general and explorer: first Republican presidential candidate, 1856.
- John constable
[kuhn-stuh-buh l, kon-] /ˈkʌn stə bəl, ˈkɒn-/ noun 1. John, 1776–1837, English painter. /ˈkʌnstəbəl; ˌkɒn-/ noun 1. (in Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, etc) a police officer of the lowest rank 2. any of various officers of the peace, esp one who arrests offenders, serves writs, etc 3. the keeper or governor of a royal […]
- John cotton
[kot-n] /ˈkɒt n/ noun 1. John, 1584–1652, U.S. clergyman, colonist, and author (grandfather of Cotton Mather). /ˈkɒtən/ noun 1. any of various herbaceous plants and shrubs of the malvaceous genus Gossypium, such as sea-island cotton, cultivated in warm climates for the fibre surrounding the seeds and the oil within the seeds See also sea-island cotton […]
- John coulter
[kohl-ter] /ˈkoʊl tər/ noun 1. John Merle [murl] /mɜrl/ (Show IPA), 1851–1928, U.S. botanist. /ˈkəʊltə/ noun 1. a blade or sharp-edged disc attached to a plough so that it cuts through the soil vertically in advance of the ploughshare Also (esp US) colter n. Old English culter, from Latin culter “a knife, iron blade in […]