any high mountain
A very high mountain. Specifically, one of the Alps, the highest chain of mountains in Europe.
Origin: From Alps, from Alpes, from Alpes, from probably non-PIE root *alb-
a very high mountain. Specifically, in the plural, the highest chain of mountains in Europe, containing the lofty mountains of Switzerland, etc
fig.: Something lofty, or massive, or very hard to be surmounted
Origin: [L. Alpes the Alps, said to be of Celtic origin; cf. Gael. alp a high mountain, Ir. ailp any huge mass or lump: cf. F. Alpes.]
The ALP was a Belgian automobile built in 1920 by Automobiles Leroux-Pisart of Brussels. It was a 2121cc light car designed by the former chief engineer of Métallurgique.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
alp, n. a high mountain:—pl. Alps, specially applied to the lofty ranges of Switzerland.—adjs. Alp′en; Alpine (alp′in, or alp′īn), pertaining to the Alps, or to any lofty mountains: very high.—ns. Al′pinist, Alpes′trian, one devoted to Alpine climbing. [L.; of Celtic origin; cf. Gael. alp, a mountain; allied to L. albus, white (with snow).]
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The numerical value of ALP in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of ALP in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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