[zhahn-pawl] /ʒɑ̃ˈpɔl/ (Show IPA), 1905–80, French philosopher, novelist, and dramatist: declined 1964 Nobel Prize in literature.
Jean-Paul (ʒɑ̃pɔl). 1905–80, French philosopher, novelist, and dramatist; chief French exponent of atheistic existentialism. His works include the philosophical essay Being and Nothingness (1943), the novels Nausea (1938) and Les Chemins de la liberté (1945–49), a trilogy, and the plays Les Mouches (1943), Huis clos (1944), and Les Mains sales (1948)
abbreviation 1. South African Rugby Union
noun 1. Sarouk. noun 1. a tightly woven Oriental rug with soft colors and, usually, a center design.
noun 1. the ancient name of Salisbury1 (sense 3)
noun 1. the liturgy or modified form of the Roman rite used in Salisbury before the Reformation and revived in part by some English churches. noun 1. the distinctive local rite or system of rites used at Salisbury cathedral in late medieval times