playboy, man-about-town, Corinthian(noun)
a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasure
a resident of Corinth
or pertaining to the Corinthian style of architecture
of or relating to or characteristic of Corinth or its inhabitants
An inhabitant or a resident of Corinth, and its suburbs.
An inhabitant, a resident of; a thing that originates from Corinthia
An accomplished amateur athlete.
A sailboat owner who helms xyr own boat in competitive racing.
A worldly, fashionable person, accepted in society though possibly dissolute.
Horse show-class in which contestants are members of a formal hunt and wear the livery thereof, as opposed to appointment show-class.
Of or relating to Corinth
Of the Corinthian Greek order
An amateur yachtsman who sails his own yacht without a professional skipper.
Origin: From Corinthius + -an
of or relating to Corinth
of or pertaining to the Corinthian order of architecture, invented by the Greeks, but more commonly used by the Romans
debauched in character or practice; impure
of or pertaining to an amateur sailor or yachtsman; as, a corinthian race (one in which the contesting yachts must be manned by amateurs.)
a native or inhabitant of Corinth
a gay, licentious person
The Corinthian is a fictional character in Neil Gaiman's comic book series The Sandman. He can first be seen in The Sandman #10, which is part of the second story arc, The Doll's House. The Corinthian is a nightmare created by Dream, who destroys him in the same collection for going rogue and failing to fulfill his original design. Dream later recreates him with "some changes", though the exact nature of these changes is not explicit. His most notable physical feature is his lack of eyes: in their place, two rows of small, jagged teeth line each eye socket, which he often covers with sunglasses. He can speak, eat and even respire through these mouths. The Corinthian is an impeccable dresser and will often wear only white clothing.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kor-inth′i-an, adj. pertaining to Corinth, a city of Greece: pertaining to an ornate order of Greek architecture, (M. Arnold) to an over-brilliant literary style: profligate.—n. a profligate: a man of fashion, a 'swell.'—n. Cor′inth (obs.), a brothel, from the notorious licentiousness of Corinth.—v.i. Corinth′ianise, to be licentious.—Corinthian brass, bronze, an alloy made in Corinth, much valued in ancient times: assurance or effrontery.
The numerical value of Corinthian in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of Corinthian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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