noble

The standard gold coin of medieval England, showing the king in a ship. Its face value was originally 6s 8d (33.33p)-one-third of £1 The noble was struck in large quantities from 1350. In 1464 it was redesigned as a rose noble, or ryal and revalued at 10s (50p). The coin remained in circulation throughout the 15th and early 16th centuries.

Noble

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Noble

A term used to describe certain grape varieties that are associated with fine wines, most notably Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Riesling. Syrah, Nebbiolo and Sangiovese are sometimes also included.
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Noble

Great; of perfect balance and harmonious expression. The so-called noble grapes are those that produce the world's finest wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Riesling (some would also include Syrah, Nebbiolo and Sangiovese).
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noble

[adj] - inert especially toward oxygen 2. [adj] - of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times 3. [adj] - having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character 4. [adj] - having high moral qualities
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noble

Coin to the value of 6s. 8d. (one half of a mark) issued by Edward III in 1344, along with half-nobles and quarter-nobles. They served as currency for just over 100 years. ...
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noble

The positive direction of electrode potential, thus resembling noble metals such as gold and platinum.
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Noble

No'ble adjective [ Compar. Nobler ; superl. Noblest .] [ French noble , from Latin nobilis that can be or is known, well known, famous, highborn, noble, from noscere to know. See know .] 1. Possessing ...
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Noble

No'ble noun 1. A person of rank above a commoner; a nobleman; a peer. 2. An English money of account, and, formerly, a gold coin, of the value of 6 s. 8 d. sterling, or about $1.61. 3. (Zoology) A European fish; the lyrie.
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Noble

No'ble transitive verb To make noble; to ennoble. [ Obsolete] « Thou nobledest so far forth our nature.» Chaucer.
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noble

1. Possessing eminence, elevation, dignity, etc.; above whatever is low, mean, degrading, or dishonorable; magnanimous; as, a noble nature or action; a noble heart. 'Statues, with winding ivy crowned, belong To nobler poets for a nobler song.' (Dryden) ... 2. Grand; stately; magnificent; splendid; as, a noble edifice. ... 3. Of exalted rank; of or ...
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noble

adjective inert especially toward oxygen; `a noble gas such as helium or neon`; `noble metals include gold and silver and platinum`
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Noble

• (n.) An English money of account, and, formerly, a gold coin, of the value of 6 s. 8 d. sterling, or about $1.61. • (superl.) Grand; stately; magnificent; splendid; as, a noble edifice. • (n.) A person of rank above a commoner; a nobleman; a peer. • (v. t.) To make noble; to ennoble. • (superl.) Possessing eminence, eleva...
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noble

(from the article `coin`) ...and 14 florin)—but his attempt to introduce a gold currency failed. A gold coinage was finally established in currency in 1351 with a noble of 120 ...
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Noble

Noble is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Noble` Where is it used? The name Noble is mainly used In English. Noble doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Noble appeared In the top-1000 was 58 years ago, In 1950. It ranked #825 In that year. . 1900 was a `top year` for the name Noble. (Based on 128 years of nam...
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Noble

Type: Term Pronunciation: nō′bĕl Definitions: 1. Robert L., 20th-century Canadian physiologist. See: Noble-Collip procedure
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Noble

Type: Term Pronunciation: nō′bĕl Definitions: 1. Charles P., U.S. gynecologist, 1863-1935. See: Noble position
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Noble

[record label] Noble is a Japanese record label founded in 2001. Specializing in experimental electronic music, especially with influences from glitch and post-rock, artists from its roster have been tremendously influential and popular in the Japanese electronic music and post-rock scene. ==`Noble Sound`== Noble artists make up the bulk of...
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Noble

Noble was old British slang for six shillings and eight pence - one third of a pound sterling.
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Noble

Noble was old British slang for six shillings and eight pence - one third of a pound sterling.
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Noble

HMS Noble was a British Javelin Class destroyer of 1690 tons displacement launched in 1939. She was armed with six 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns and ten 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 36 knots and carried a complement of 183. During the Second World War HMS Noble served under t...
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Noble

The Noble was an ancient coin, so called on account of the superior quality of the gold used in its minting. Nobles were originally disposed of as a reward for good news or important service done. Edward III was the first who coined rose nobles and gave one hundred of them to Gobin Agace of Picardy for showing him a ford across the River Somme, whe...
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Noble

a third of a pound, or half a Mark. The sum of 6s. 8d
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Noble

Unit of currency worth 6 shillings 8 pence.
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Noble

Wine produced from quality grape varieties and aged with great care. Quality wine aged for at least two years.
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