Definitions for Argentine
ˈɑr dʒənˌtin, -ˌtaɪn; ˌɑr dʒənˈtɪn i ənar·gen·tine
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any of various small silver-scaled salmon-like marine fishes
of or relating to or characteristic of Argentina or its people
Argentina; in this sense, usually preceded by the.
Any osmeriform fish of the genus Argentina, especially the European argentine, Argentina sphyraena.
Containing or resembling silver.
Argentinian, of, from, or pertaining to Argentina.
Etymology: Old French argentin, from argentum
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Sounding like silver. Dict.
Etymology: argentin, Fr.
pertaining to, or resembling, silver; made of, or sounding like, silver; silvery
of or pertaining to the Argentine Republic in South America
a siliceous variety of calcite, or carbonate of lime, having a silvery-white, pearly luster, and a waving or curved lamellar structure
white metal coated with silver
a fish of Europe (Maurolicus Pennantii) with silvery scales. The name is also applied to various fishes of the genus Argentina
a citizen of the Argentine Republic
Etymology: [Cf. F. argentin, fr. L. argentum silver.]
Argentine is a community of Kansas City, Kansas, located in the southern part of Wyandotte County. It is bordered on the west by the Turner community, on the east by the Rosedale community, on the south by Johnson County, and on the north by Armourdale community and by the Kansas River. Argentine was primarily recognized for the prosperous silver smeltery for which it was named. Built on the site of a former Shawnee reservation, the proximity of the railroad, local lumber sources, the smeltery, and in later years, steel manufacturing, meant that the city enjoyed a considerable amount of economic success for quite some time. When the smeltery finally closed, the city found itself in the throes of an unprecedented financial crisis and began to seek entry to nearby Kansas City in 1907. Although the community was annexed and became the seventh ward of Kansas City, KS in 1910, the neighborhood retains its own distinct flavor and personality. Prominent nearby landmarks include Argentine Carnegie Library, the grave of the Shawnee prophet Tensquatawa at White Feather Spring, Sauer Castle at 945 Shawnee Road, and the Argentine mural located at 30th Street and Metropolitan Avenue. The neighborhood has its own middle school, Argentine Middle School.
The numerical value of Argentine in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Argentine in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
I have given the best in me, with passion, as I usually do, convinced that our proposal to the Argentine people was the best option. The people, in this runoff, have chosen differently, now I, from wherever it may be, will still defend an ideal, a country project that started 12 years ago.
It was definitely The Argentine-born pope attempt to communicate according to the mode of the receiver, we have to wait and see, I suppose, on what the long-term effect of it is.
The Argentine-law exchange bonds are important, they are performing bonds and offer a better barometer of risk than New York and English law bonds, which trade with accrued and past due interest.
Today the Treasury Department is targeting the unelected officials who surround Irans Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, and implement his destabilizing policies, these individuals are linked to a wide range of malign behaviors by the regime, including bombings of the U.S. Marine Barracks in Beirut in 1983 and the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association in 1994, as well as torture, extrajudicial killingsand repression of civilians.
I get a sense that going forward we are going to be seeing a lot of very bright Argentine candidates. It's a shame for Argentina.
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