noun 1. Flavius [fley-vee-uh s] /ˈfleɪ vi əs/ (Show IPA), a.d. 359?–408, Roman general and statesman. noun 1. Flavius (ˈfleɪvɪəs). ?365–408 ad, Roman general and statesman, born a Vandal. As the guardian of Emperor Theodosius’ son Honorius, he was effective ruler of the Western Roman Empire (395–408), which he defended against the Visigoths
adjective, stiller, stillest. 1. remaining in place or at rest; motionless; stationary: to stand still. 2. free from sound or noise, as a place or persons; silent: to keep still about a matter. 3. subdued or low in sound; hushed: a still, small voice. 4. free from turbulence or commotion; peaceful; tranquil; calm: the still […]
noun 1. a low platform on which goods are stored in a warehouse or factory to keep them off the floor, to aid in handling, etc. Compare skid (def 3). noun 1. a frame or stand for keeping things off the ground, such as casks in a brewery 2. a container in which goods, machinery, […]
noun 1. a burglar alarm, fire alarm, or the like, that is activated silently and transmits a warning signal, usually by telephone.