david

  1. patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)
  2. French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)
  3. (Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites; as a young shepherd he fought Goliath (a giant Philistine warrior) and killed him by hitting him in the head with a stone flung from a sling; he united Israel with Jerusalem as its capital; many of the Psalms are at......

    David

    David is British slang for semen.
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    David

    [n] - patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600) 2. [n] - French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825) 3. [n] - (Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites
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    David

    Statue in marble by Michelangelo (1501-04; Accademia, Florence). The subject of David, biblical boy hero who killed the giant Goliath, was a popular symbol of the small republic of Florence; that...
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    David

    King of the Hebrews 1004-965 BC. He became king of Judah on the death of King Saul at Mount Gilboa in 1004 BC, then king of Israel in 997 BC. He united the tribes against the Philistines,...
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    David

    noun (Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites; as a young shepherd he fought Goliath (a giant Philistine warrior) and killed him by hitting him in the head with a stone flung from a sling; he united Israel with Jerusalem as its capital; many of the Psalm...
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    David

    noun French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)
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    David

    (from the article `Robert III`) ...to 1296, who was not favourably remembered. Fife, created duke of Albany in 1398, continued to govern throughout this reign, except for three ...
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    David

    (from the article `Dominica`) Hurricane David severely damaged the island in August 1979, virtually wiping out the nation`s agricultural economy. The hurricane carried away most ...
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    David

    (from the article `naval ship`) ...boat, one of several means the Confederates explored in trying to break the blockade. These little craft had weak steam engines and mounted a ...
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    David

    (from the article `Donatello`) ...and three nude putti, or child angels (one of which was stolen and is now in the Berlin museum). These putti, evidently influenced by Etruscan ... ...of prophets and a `Cantoria,` or singing balcony, for the cathedral, saints for Or San Michele, decorative reliefs and bronze doors for the Old ...
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    David

    (from the article `Donatello`) ...Ghiberti, a sculptor in bronze who in 1402 had won the competition for the doors of the Florentine baptistery. Donatello`s earliest work of which ...
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    David

    (from the article `hocket`) ...generally is found in short passages (often at the endings of sections or phrases) within a larger composition, it is used pervasively in the ...
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    David

    (from the article `Canadian literature`) ...detail participate in the documentary tradition. Influenced by Pratt, Earle Birney, another innovative and experimental poet, published the ...
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    David

    second of the Israelite kings (after Saul), reigning c. 1000 to c. 962 , who established a united kingdom over all Israel, with Jerusalem as its ... [27 related articles]
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    David

    city, western Panama, on the David River and surrounded by fruit groves. It is Panama`s largest city outside of the Panama City metropolitan area and ...
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    David

    marble sculpture executed from 1501 to 1504 by the Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo. The statue was commissioned for the cathedral of ... [3 related articles]
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    David

    David, d. c.970 B.C., king of ancient Israel (c.1010–970 B.C.), successor of Saul. The Book of First Samuel introduces him as the youngest of eight sons who is anointed king by Samuel to replace Saul, who had been deemed a failure. The Goliath story underscores his divine election and leads to...
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    David

    David (dävēd') , city (1990 pop. 102,678), capital of Chiriquí prov., SW Panama. It is a regional commercial and processing center and is Panama's fourth largest city. Cattle raising is the principal occupation in the region, but tropical fruits, coffee, cacao, and sugar are al...
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    David

    David was a King of Israel. He was the youngest son of Jesse, a citizen of Bethlehem, and descended through Boaz from the ancient princes of Judah. The life of David is recorded in the first and second books of Samuel and the first book of Chronicles. The book of Psalms, a large portion of which has been attributed to him also contains frequent all...
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    David

    King of the Hebrews 1004–965 BC. He became king of Judah on the death of King Saul at Mount Gilboa in 1004 BC, then king of Israel in 997 BC. He united the tribes against the Philistines, conquering their cities (such as Ekron), and extending his kingdom over Moab and other surrounding lands. He captured Jerusalem to make it the city of David,......
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    DAVID

    [bioinformatics tool] DAVID (the Database for Annotation, Visualization and Integrated Discovery) is a free online bioinformatics resource developed by the Laboratory of Immunopathogenesis and Bioinformatics (LIB). All tools in the DAVID Bioinformatics Resources aim to provide functional interpretation of large lists of genes derived from g...
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    David

    [name] The name David is a derivation of an ancient Mesopotamian given name and appears in the Bible as the Biblical Hebrew name {Hebrew|דָּוִד} (Dāwīḏ pronunciation: [dɔːˈviːð]; Modern Hebrew: daˈvid), meaning `Darling` or `Beloved`. Dudi is a common nickname for David in Hebrew, while Dave and Davy are common English nickn...
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    David

    [Verrocchio] Andrea del Verrocchio`s bronze statue of David was most likely made between 1473 and 1475. It was commissioned by the Medici family. It is sometimes claimed that Verrocchio modeled the statue after a handsome pupil in his workshop, the young Leonardo da Vinci. The statue represents the youthful David, future king of the Israeli...
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    David

    [Bernini] David is a life-size marble sculpture by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The sculpture was one of many commissions to decorate the villa of Bernini`s patron Cardinal Scipione Borghese – where it still resides today, as part of the Galleria Borghese It was completed in the course of seven months from 1623 to 1624. The subject of the work i...
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