benedict

  1. American anthropologist (1887-1948)
  2. Italian monk who founded the Benedictine order about 540 (480-547)
  3. a newly married man (especially one who has long been a bachelor)

Benedict

[alter, of Benedick] a newly married man who has long been a bachelor
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Benedict

[n] - American anthropologist (1887-1948) 2. [n] - Italian monk who founded the Benedictine order about 540 (480-547)
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Benedict

Ben'e┬Ědict adjective [ Latin benedictus , past participle of benedicere to bless. See Benison , and confer Bennet .] Having mild and salubrious qualities. [ Obsolete] Bacon.
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Benedict

Saint Benedict noun Italian monk who founded the Benedictine order about 540 (480-547)
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Benedict

Ruth Fulton noun United States anthropologist (1887-1948)
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Benedict

• (n.) Alt. of Benedick • (a.) Having mild and salubrious qualities.
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benedict

benedict 1. A newly married man who was previously considered a confirmed bachelor. 2. Etymology: from Latin benedictus, 'blessed', past participle of benedicere, 'to bless'; literally, 'to speak well of, to praise'.
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Benedict

Type: Term Pronunciation: ben′ĕ-dikt Definitions: 1. Francis G., U.S. metabolist, 1870-1957. See: Benedict-Roth apparatus, Benedict-Roth calorimeter
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Benedict

[crater] This crater is circular in shape, with little appearance of wear. At the midpoint of the sloping inner walls is a small central floor. The higher albedo of the inner walls, compared to the surrounding terrain, indicates that this is a relatively young formation. ...
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Benedict

Benedict is an English name for boys. The meaning is `blessed` The name Benedict is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (6 times more often than to American boys.) Benedict is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands Use for the other sex: Benedikta What do they use in other countries? Bennett (English) Benedikte Bennet (English) Benet...
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benedict

a newly married man who has long been a bachelor
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