What does Supreme mean?

Definitions for Supreme
səˈprim, sʊ-Supreme

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. supreme(adj)

    final or last in your life or progress

    "the supreme sacrifice"; "the supreme judgment"

  2. sovereign, supreme(adj)

    greatest in status or authority or power

    "a supreme tribunal"

  3. supreme(adj)

    highest in excellence or achievement

    "supreme among musicians"; "a supreme endxxeavor"; "supreme courage"

  4. supreme(adj)

    greatest or maximal in degree; extreme

    "supreme folly"

Wiktionary

  1. supreme(Verb)

    To divide a citrus fruit into its segments, removing the skin, pith, membranes, and seeds.

    Etymology: From suprême, from supremus, superlative of superus.

  2. supreme(Adjective)

    Dominant, having power over all others.

    Etymology: From suprême, from supremus, superlative of superus.

  3. supreme(Adjective)

    At the greatest, most excellent, extreme, most superior, highest, or utmost.

    Etymology: From suprême, from supremus, superlative of superus.

  4. Supreme(ProperNoun)

    The Supreme Being; the Almighty; God.

    Etymology: From suprême, from supremus, superlative of superus.

  5. Supreme(ProperNoun)

    A deity with such name.

    Etymology: From suprême, from supremus, superlative of superus.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Supreme(adj)

    highest in authority; holding the highest place in authority, government, or power

    Etymology: [L. supremus, superlative of superus that is above, upper, fr. super above: cf. F. suprme. See Super-, and cf. Sum.]

  2. Supreme(adj)

    highest; greatest; most excellent or most extreme; utmost; greatist possible (sometimes in a bad sense); as, supreme love; supreme glory; supreme magnanimity; supreme folly

    Etymology: [L. supremus, superlative of superus that is above, upper, fr. super above: cf. F. suprme. See Super-, and cf. Sum.]

  3. Supreme(adj)

    situated at the highest part or point

    Etymology: [L. supremus, superlative of superus that is above, upper, fr. super above: cf. F. suprme. See Super-, and cf. Sum.]

Freebase

  1. Supreme

    Supreme is a fictional superhero created by Rob Liefeld and first published by Image Comics, then Maximum Press, and later by Awesome Entertainment. He was originally a violent, egotistical Superman archetype, but was rebooted by Alan Moore to pay tribute to the classic Silver Age Superman mythos, as guided by Mort Weisinger. Supreme is also the name of a comic book series which lasted 56 issues. Moore started with issue #41 and his run would later be collected as two trade paperbacks by the Checker Book Publishing Group: Supreme: The Story of the Year and Supreme: The Return. Moore's work on the series won the 1997 Eisner Award for Best Writer.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Supreme

    sū-prēm′, adj. highest: greatest: most excellent.—n. the highest point: the chief, the superior.—n. Suprem′acy, state of being supreme; highest authority or power.—adv. Supreme′ly.—ns. Supreme′ness, Suprem′ity.—Oath of supremacy, an oath denying the supremacy of the pope; The Supreme Being, God. [L. supremus, superl. of superus, high—super, above.]

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British National Corpus

  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Supreme' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2942

  2. Adjectives Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Supreme' in Adjectives Frequency: #404

How to pronounce Supreme?

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How to say Supreme in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Supreme in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Supreme in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of Supreme in a Sentence

  1. Attorney General Marty Jackley:

    It has always been my position that the citizens of our state should define marriage, and not the federal government, five members of the U.S. Supreme Court have now determined neither the States nor our citizens have the right or the ability to define marriage. Because we are a Nation of laws the State will be required to follow the Court's order.

  2. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    Only Mothers are capable of changing your destiny, by influencing and creating your future, with their blessings, far better than it could be otherwise. As your creator, Mother has the same divine powers as the Goddess or the God or any Supreme Power in this universe. I do believe in the power of blessings from Mother. Also, Mother is another name for "unconditional love" that you could not find anywhere else. Cherish your Mother, with love, respect and honor that they deserve, at all times....not just on Mother's Day.

  3. President Bill Clinton:

    Even after two Supreme Court verdicts and a presidential election, they are still fighting to take us backwards, i think we can sum up the message from the Court and the American people: 'Move on.'.

  4. Brett Kavanaugh:

    I know nominees who've sat in this chair in the past have expressed the desire for cameras in the courtroom, only to get to the Supreme Court and change their positions fairly rapidly, so that gives me some humility about making confident assertions about that.

  5. Mark Zaid:

    They can’t sue. I mean, anybody can sue, you can sue for anything, but they have no basis, there’s a Supreme Court precedent from 30 years ago that restricts federal judges from handling security clearance appeals.

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