“Silent Night” definition
A song of Christmas, originally composed in Austria in the nineteenth century. It begins, “Silent night, holy night, / All is calm, all is bright….”
noun 1. a partner taking no active part in the conduct of a business. silent partner noun 1. (US & Canadian) a partner in a business who does not play an active role, esp one who supplies capital Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) sleeping partner
noun, (sometimes initial capital letters) 1. the submarine service (usually preceded by the).
noun 1. an act or instance of maintaining silence or aloofness toward another person, especially as a means of indicating disapproval or rejection.
noun, plural Sileni [sahy-lee-nahy] /saɪˈli naɪ/ (Show IPA), for 2. Classical Mythology. 1. a forest spirit, sometimes referred to as the oldest of the satyrs and the foster father, teacher, and companion of Dionysus: often represented as a bearded old man. 2. (lowercase) any of a group of forest spirits similar to satyrs: often represented […]