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dʒiːzəs/. Gender, Male. Other names. Related names, Joshua, Yeshua, Isa. The proper name Jesus /ˈdʒiːzəs/ used in the English language originates from the Latin .... John Wycliffe (1380s), used the spelling Ihesus, and also used Ihesu ('J' was ...

 

 

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Xmas is a common abbreviation of the word Christmas. It is sometimes pronounced /ˈɛksməs/, ... The "-mas" part is from the Latin-derived Old English word for Mass. ... The Christian Writer's Manual of Style, while acknowledging the ancient and ... and not call it Xmas—which he called a "pagan" spelling of Christmas.

 

 

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X

 

 

X, the twenty fourth letter of the English Alphabet, is borrowed from the Greek. In the middle and at the end of words, it has the sound of ks, as in wax, lax, luxury. At the beginning of a word, it has precisely the sound of z. It is used as an initial, in a few words borrowed from the Greek.

 

 

As a numeral, x stands for ten. It represents one V, which stands for five, placed on the top of another. When laid horizontally it stands for a thousand, and with a dash over it, it stands for ten thousand. As an abbreviation, x Stands for Christ, and in Xn. Christian; Xm. Christmas.

 

 

E

 

 

DESCRIPTIV, E, adjective Containing description; tending to describe; having the quality of representing; as a descriptive figure; a descriptive narration; a story descriptive of the age.

 

 

M

 

 

M is the thirteenth letter of the English Alphabet, and a labial articulation, formed by a compression of the lips. It is called a semi-vowel, as the articulation or compression of the lips is accompanied with a humming sound through the nose, which constitutes a difference between this letter and b. Its sound is uniform; as in man, time, rim.

 

 

M is a numeral letter, and among the ancients stood for a thousand; a use which is retained by the moderns. With a dash or stroke over it, it stands for a thousand times a thousand, or a million.

 

 

As an abbreviation, m stands for Marcus, Martius, Manlius or Mutius.

 

 

A.M. or M.A. stands for artium magister, master of arts; m D. for medicinoe doctor, doctor of medicine; adjective M. for anno mundi, the year of the world; MS, for manuscript; MSS, for manuscripts.

 

 

In astronomical tables, m stands for meridian, meridional, or mid-day.

 

 

In medical prescriptions, m stands for maniple, or handful, or misce, mix, or mixtura, a mixture.

 

 

In the late British Pharmacopaeias it signifies mensura, by measure.

 

 

In law, m is a brand or stigma impressed on one convicted of manslaughter, and admitted to the benefit of clergy.

 

 

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T is the twentieth letter of the English Alphabet, and a close consonant. It represents a close joining of the end of the tongue to the root of the upper teeth, as may be perceived by the syllables at, et, ot, ut, in attempting to pronounce which, the voice is completely intercepted. It is therefore numbered among the mutes, or close articulations, and it differs from d chiefly in its closeness; for in pronouncing ad, ed, we perceive the voice is not so suddenly and entirely intercepted, as in pronouncing at and et. T by itself has one sound only, as in take, turn, bat, bolt, smite, bitter. So we are accustomed to speak; but in reality, t can be hardly said to have any sound at all. Its use, like that of all mute articulations, is to modify the manner of uttering the vocal sound which precedes or follows it.

 

 

When t is followed by h, as in think and that, the combination really forms a distinct sound for which we have no single character. This combination has two sounds in English; aspirated, as in think, and vocal, as in that.

 

 

The letters ti, before a vowel, and unaccented, usually pass into the sound of sh, as in nation, motion, partial substantiate; which are pronounced nashon, moshon, parshal, substanshate. In the case, t loses entirely its proper sound or use, and being blended with the subsequent letter, a new sound results from the combination, which is in fact a simple sound. In a few words, the combination ti has the sound of the English ch, as in Christian, mixtion, question.

 

 

T, as an abbreviation, stands for theologia; as, S.T.D. sanctoe theologioe doctor, doctor of divinity. In ancient monuments and writings, T is an abbreviature, which stands for Titus, Titius or Tullius. As a numeral, T, among the Latins, stood for 160, and with a dash over the top, T, for 160, 000.

 

 

In music, T is the initial of tenor, vocal and instrumental; of tacet, for silence, as adagio tacet, when a person is to rest during the whole movement. In concertos and symphonies, it is the initial of tutti, the whole band, after a solo. It sometimes stands for tr. or trillo, a shake.

 

 

P

 

 

P is the sixteenth letter of the English Alphabet, and a labial articulation formed by a close compression of the anterior part of the lips, as in ep. It is convertible into b and f, sometimes into v.

 

 

This letter is found int he oriental languages, from which it was received into the Greek and Latin; except however the Arabic, which has not this letter, and the Arabians cannot easily pronounce it. In some words which we have borrowed from the Greek, p is mute, as in psalm, ptisan; but is not silent in English words, unless it may be in receipt, and a few irregular words. p aspirated or followed by h, represents the Greek, which answers to the English f, as in philosophy.

 

 

As an abbreviation, p stands for Publius, pondo, etc. p adjective DIG for patricia dignitas; p C. for Patres Conscripti; p F. for Publius Fabius; p P. for propositum publice; p R. for populus Romanus; p R.S. for praetoris sententia; p R.S.P. for praeses provinciae.

 

 

P.M. stands for post meridiem, afternoon.

 

 

As a numeral, p like G, stands for one hundred, and with a dash over it, for four hundred thousand.

 

 

Among physicians, p Stands for pugil, or the eighth part of a handful; p AE. For partes aequales, equal parts of the ingredients; p P. for pulvis patrum, or the Jesuits bark in powder; and ppt. For praeparatus, prepared.

 

 

American

 

 

AMER'ICAN, adjective Pertaining to America.

 

 

AMER'ICAN, noun A native of America; originally applied to the aboriginals, or copper-colored races, found here by the Europeans; but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America.

 

 

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cre·tin (krēt′n)

 

 

n.

 

 

1. A person afflicted with cretinism.

 

 

2. Offensive A person considered to be foolish or unintelligent.

 

 

[French crétin, from French dialectal, deformed and mentally retarded person found in certain Alpine valleys, from Vulgar Latin *christiānus, Christian, human being, poor fellow, from Latin Chrīstiānus, Christian; see Christian.]

 

 

cre′tin·oid′ (-oid′;) adj.

 

 

cre′tin·ous (-əs) adj.

 

 

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cretin (ˈkrɛtɪn)

 

 

n

 

 

1. (Pathology) old-fashioned a person afflicted with cretinism

 

 

2. offensive a person considered to be extremely stupid

 

 

[C18: from French crétin, from Swiss French crestin, from Latin Chrīstiānus Christian, alluding to the humanity of such people, despite their handicaps]

 

 

ˈcretinˌoid adj

 

 

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cre•tin (ˈkrit n; esp. Brit. ˈkrɛt n)

 

 

n.

 

 

1. a person affected with cretinism.

 

 

2. a stupid, obtuse, or boorish person.

 

 

[1770–80; < French; Franco-Provençal creitin, crestin human being, literally, Christian (hence one who is human despite deformities)]

 

 

cre′tin•ous, adj.

 

 

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Noun 1. cretin - a person of subnormal intelligencecretin - a person of subnormal intelligence

 

 

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cretinnoun

 

 

Slang. One deficient in judgment and good sense:

 

 

ass, fool, idiot, imbecile, jackass, mooncalf, moron, nincompoop, ninny, nitwit, simple, simpleton, softhead, tomfool.

 

 

Informal: dope, gander, goose.

 

 

Slang: ding-dong, dip, goof, jerk, nerd, schmo, schmuck, turkey.

 

 

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cretin [ˈkretɪn] N (Med) → cretino/a m/f (pej) → cretino/a m/f, imbécil mf

 

 

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cretin (ˈkretin) noun

 

 

1. a person who is mentally subnormal and physically deformed. cretino, que padece cretinismo

 

 

2. an idiot, used as a term of contempt and abuse. cretino, imbécil, idiota

 

 

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n. cretino-a, persona con manifestaciones de cretinismo.

 

 

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X, the twenty fourth letter of the English Alphabet, is borrowed from the Greek. In the middle and at the end of words, it has the sound of ks, as in wax, lax, luxury. At the beginning of a word, it has precisely the sound of z. It is used as an initial, in a few words borrowed from the Greek.


As a numeral, x stands for ten. It represents one V, which stands for five, placed on the top of another. When laid horizontally it stands for a thousand, and with a dash over it, it stands for ten thousand. As an abbreviation, x Stands for Christ, and in Xn. Christian; Xm. Christmas.


E


DESCRIPTIV, E, adjective Containing description; tending to describe; having the quality of representing; as a descriptive figure; a descriptive narration; a story descriptive of the age.


M


M is the thirteenth letter of the English Alphabet, and a labial articulation, formed by a compression of the lips. It is called a semi-vowel, as the articulation or compression of the lips is accompanied with a humming sound through the nose, which constitutes a difference between this letter and b. Its sound is uniform; as in man, time, rim.


M is a numeral letter, and among the ancients stood for a thousand; a use which is retained by the moderns. With a dash or stroke over it, it stands for a thousand times a thousand, or a million.


As an abbreviation, m stands for Marcus, Martius, Manlius or Mutius.


A.M. or M.A. stands for artium magister, master of arts; m D. for medicinoe doctor, doctor of medicine; adjective M. for anno mundi, the year of the world; MS, for manuscript; MSS, for manuscripts.


In astronomical tables, m stands for meridian, meridional, or mid-day.


In medical prescriptions, m stands for maniple, or handful, or misce, mix, or mixtura, a mixture.


In the late British Pharmacopaeias it signifies mensura, by measure.


In law, m is a brand or stigma impressed on one convicted of manslaughter, and admitted to the benefit of clergy.


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cre·tin (krēt′n)


n.


1. A person afflicted with cretinism.


2. Offensive A person considered to be foolish or unintelligent.


[French crétin, from French dialectal, deformed and mentally retarded person found in certain Alpine valleys, from Vulgar Latin *christiānus, Christian, human being, poor fellow, from Latin Chrīstiānus, Christian; see Christian.]


cre′tin·oid′ (-oid′;) adj.


cre′tin·ous (-əs) adj.


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cretin (ˈkrɛtɪn)


n


1. (Pathology) old-fashioned a person afflicted with cretinism


2. offensive a person considered to be extremely stupid


[C18: from French crétin, from Swiss French crestin, from Latin Chrīstiānus Christian, alluding to the humanity of such people, despite their handicaps]


ˈcretinˌoid adj


ˈcretinous adj


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