a town in and the capital of Valais, in SW Switzerland.
a noun suffix appearing in loanwords from Latin:
a canton in SW Switzerland. 2021 sq. mi. (5235 sq. km).
(French) (sjɔ̃). a town in SW Switzerland, capital of Valais canton, on the River Rhône. Pop: 27 171 (2000) Latin name Sedunum
(ˈsaɪən) a variant of Zion
a canton of S Switzerland: includes the entire valley of the upper Rhône and the highest peaks in Switzerland; produces a quarter of Switzerland’s hydroelectricity. Capital: Sion. Pop: 281 000 (2002 est). Area: 5231 sq km (2020 sq miles) German name Wallis
elevated. (1.) Denotes Mount Hermon in Deut. 4:48; called Sirion by the Sidonians, and by the Amorites Shenir (Deut. 3:9). (See HERMON.) (2.) The Greek form of Zion (q.v.) in Matt. 21:5; John 12:15.
noun 1. (formerly) the secret and central U.S. contingency plan for waging a nuclear war with the Soviet Union. SIOP Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
noun 1. an American Indian language family formerly widespread from Saskatchewan to the lower Mississippi, also found in the Virginia and Carolina piedmont, and including Catawba, Crow, Dakota, Hidatsa, Mandan, Osage, and Winnebago. 2. a member of one of the Siouan-speaking peoples. adjective 3. of or relating to the Sioux or the Siouan languages. noun […]
noun, plural Sioux [soo, sooz] /su, suz/ (Show IPA) 1. Dakota (defs 4, 6). noun 1. (pl) Sioux (suː; suːz). a member of a group of North American Indian peoples formerly ranging over a wide area of the Plains from Lake Michigan to the Rocky Mountains 2. any of the Siouan languages Sioux [(sooh)] A […]
noun 1. a port in W Iowa, on the Missouri River.