a simon-pure accent.
real; genuine; authentic
noun 1. a children’s game in which all players must imitate only those movements and commands of a leader that are preceded by the words “Simon says.”. noun a children’s game in which players must obey the leader’s instructions if they are prefaced with “Simon says”
noun 1. Lee, 1888–1967, U.S. set designer.
noun 1. the making of profit out of sacred things. 2. the sin of buying or selling ecclesiastical preferments, benefices, etc. noun 1. (Christianity) the practice, now usually regarded as a sin, of buying or selling spiritual or Church benefits such as pardons, relics, etc, or preferments
- Simon zelotes
/zɪˈləʊtiːz/ noun 1. Saint Simon Zelotes, one of the 12 apostles, who had probably belonged to the Zealot party before becoming a Christian (Luke 6:15). Owing to a misinterpretation of two similar Aramaic words he is also, but mistakenly, called the Canaanite (Matthew 10:4). Feast day: Oct 28 or May 10