What does Romilly mean?
it means "walker" or something to do with roaming my name is Romilly! :D
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AT-stands for "Automatic Transmission"...or if your speaking ofSUV's it can also mean "All Terrain". In computers, AT stands for "Advanced Technology" and was the IBMPC that came after the IBM XT.
Answer . he may be mean to you because maybe he likes you (some boys show their feelings differently) or maybe because your mean to him or did something to him to pissed him off. try talking to him. if he's still being mean, then avoid and ignore him as much as possible. you know that the things… he tells isn't true. or if you're really that annoyed, punch him or teach him a lesson. (but it's better off talking to him or ignoring and avoiding him) (MORE)
Has is the third person present tense form of "to have," and can mean a lot of things based on the context. In itself, it generally indicates possession: he has a new car. It's also seen frequently as an auxiliary verb with the past participle to form a present perfect tense: he has gone to sleep.
Answer . body> âconjunction . 1.in case that; granting or supposing that; on condition that: Sing if you want to. Stay indoors if it rains. I'll go if you do. . 2.even though: an enthusiastic if small audience. . 3.whether: He asked if I knew Spanish. . 4.(used to introduce an excl…amatory phrase): If only Dad could see me now! . 5.when or whenever: If it was raining, we had to play inside. ânoun . 6.a supposition; uncertain possibility: The future is full of ifs. . 7.a condition, requirement, or stipulation: There are too many ifs in his agreement. âIdiom . 8. ifs, ands, or buts, reservations, restrictions, or excuses: I want that job finished today, and no ifs, ands, or buts. ==. when. âadverb . 1.at what time or period? how long ago? how soon?: When are they to arrive? When did the Roman Empire exist? . 2.under what circumstances? upon what occasion?: When is a letter of condolence in order? When did you ever see such a crowd? âconjunction . 3.at what time: to know when to be silent. . 4.at the time or in the event that: when we were young; when the noise stops. . 5.at any time; whenever: He is impatient when he is kept waiting. . 6.upon or after which; and then: We had just fallen asleep when the bell rang. . 7.while on the contrary; considering that; whereas: Why are you here when you should be in school? âpronoun . 8.what time: Till when is the store open? . 9.which time: They left on Monday, since when we have heard nothing. ânoun . 10.the time of anything: the when and the where of an act. . (MORE)
AM is an abbreviation of the Latin words ante meridiem meaning before noon. It is used to designate the time from midnightto noon. It is also used in radio communication to mean AmplitudeModulation A.M. is an acronym for the Latin term, Anti Meridian, (BeforeNoon). Subsequently, P.M. is an acron…ym for the Latin term, PostMeridian, (After Noon). In German the word "am" is a conjunction between the words "an" -on and "dem" - the, so simply put it means "on the" but is oftenused with dates as well... Am Montag - on Monday. To me, am means: at morning = am. And pm, to me, means: pastmorning = pm. If you mean am as in "I am," it's the first person singular of theverb "to be" and it means "I exist." What dose amoeba mean (MORE)
The mean is when you add all the numbers together and then divide by how many there are. Another Answer: The mean is what you find out when you take a series of numbers add them all up and divide them by how many numbers you had. For Example: 6, 6, 8, 4, 2, 10, 14. (7 numbers) 6+6+8+4+2+10+14 50 5…0 divided by 7 = 7.142857143 The mean is what you find out when you take a series of numbers add them all up and divide them by how many numbers you had. For Example: 6, 6, 8, 4, 2, 10, 14. (7 numbers) 6+6+8+4+2+10+1450 50 divided by 7 = 7.142857143 The mean is when you add up a certain amount of numbers and get your total.Then you divide the total by how many numbers you counted.Then you get your MEAN. Also it means rude and the MEANing of something. Mean is the average of a group or list of numbers. First you add all the numbers, then divide the numbers by the number of numbers in the group or list. Ex. 3, 6, 11, 8 (3 + 6 + 11+ 8) / 4 = 28 / 4 = 7 4 is how many numbers there are in the expression. Therefore, the mean is 7. Mean refers to the average of all number values. To find the mean,add all the values together and then divide by how many valuesthere were. (MORE)
It is an information to state that any action,process or function has begun. . It is the US abbreviation for the name of the Canadian Province of Ontario. . It is a preposition meaning that one object is in contact with, and usually above, another object.
In maths, it tends to be short for divided by , although this may not always be the case.
"Their" means "belonging to them." The homophone of there/their/they're . There refersto some place. . T heir is thepossessive pronoun of them or themselves. . They're is a contraction or shortening of 'they are'. The homophone of there/their/they're There refers to some place. T he…ir is the possessive pronoun of them or themselves. They're is a contraction or shortening of 'they are'. . Their means belonging to people or things previously mentioned oreasily identified (Your parents do not look similar, except fortheir noses). (MORE)
the meaning of "i" is me or yourself.for example:I have a pet mouse.if you still dont know what "i" means mabye someone else can help you
"As it were" (short for as IF it were ) is a past subjunctive, used to mean "so to speak."
Does are the females in the deer family of mammals, individually called a doe (pronounced doe as in toe). The plural of doe can also be doe. Does is also the word meaning the present tense of the verb do. Pronounced "duz" as opposed to the pronunciation for the female deer. To do something
It probably means the person who wrote it accidentally repeated the word "and." To you and you, means to you and another person, to whom the speaker is speaking.
Apparently it is supposed to mean "What does it do?" or maybe "What did it do?" but it is very poor grammar.
Get With, Means That Your Gonna/ or have already Had Sex,. Like Say Your Talking To A Friends Who Said Im Gonna Get With Fred Tonight, That Means She Wants To Go Have Sex With Fred Tonight
The word "a" doesnt really have a specific meaning, more of a function. The function of the word "a" is to tell that the noun following is singular. The dictionary defines it as a certain thing or a particular. Hope this helps! If you want to know, a, an, and the are called articles and are consider…ed adjectives. (MORE)
lthey mean is Phil vu. it is its own species. not a guy or girl. no dick no boobs. look him up on facebook first one with friends bailee bolt or kerri Parker or Keith lin. poor erson
1. At or in that place: sit over there. 2. To, into, or toward that place: wouldn't go there again. 3. At that stage, moment, or point: Stop there before you make any more mistakes. 4. In that matter: I can't agree with him there. pron. 1. Used to introduce a clause or sentence: There …are numerous items. There must be another exit. 2. Used to indicate an unspecified person in direct address: Hello there. adj. 1. Used especially for emphasis after the demonstrative pronoun that or those, or after a noun modified by the demonstrative adjective that or those: That person there ought to know the directions to town. 2. Nonstandard Used for emphasis between a demonstrative adjective meaning "that" or "those" and a noun: No one is sitting at that there table. Them there beans ought to be picked. n. That place or point: stopped and went on from there. interj. Used to express feelings such as relief, satisfaction, sympathy, or anger: There, now I can have some peace! Source:Thefreedictionary.com (MORE)
I'm not really sure as its not a sentence but ill say it means what does but mean, it means 2 things 1. If you were talking to someone and somthing was unfair u might say but he did this or but i didnt start it ect... 2. It is used as a connective such as: he was furious BUT later on in the day he g…ot over it. hope you found this useful (MORE)
If you're that type pf person that does want to be mean...then definitely follow these steps: 1. Say 'hi' to everybody and never give them a dirty look 2. Forget all of those people you hate and forget them (if you can't forget them then just ignore them) 3. Always have a smile on your face … 4. Never give rude comments to ANYBODY 5. Always have something to talk about. Wether it's puppies or exercise. Whatever. The more you talk about common things, the more people will like you. 6. Just be the person you have on your mind. Hope ya'll enjoy! (MORE)
The person. On a cultural note, The Who has always meant a lot to me, for having had the courage to cover the theme of spirituality in the rock opera Tommy when others were warbling about itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikinis! The Who (invented by Pete Townshend's roommate Richard Barnes…) is a perfect name for a band that smehow always managed to portray teenage angst and self-identity problems musically. (MORE)
"Their" is a possessive pronoun. Examples: A couple buys a house, so it is their property. The teenager wanted to borrow his parents' car; he has to ask to borrow it because it is theirs , not his. Sally and Tom's have four children; Their children are said to "belong" to them. After bei…ng married one year, the couple looked forward to their anniversary. Several co-authors had their book published. The investors were grateful that their stocks did not plummet. Their curiosity was unlimited, but the first grade teacher tried to answer as many of his students' questions as he could. Many people confuse the spelling of "there" (indicating a place) with " their " (a possessive pronoun. (MORE)
It means pertaining to, having a quality or characteristic, or in some cases from .
It means go be inside like to be inside a game ( to be in it, the it is the game for the sentence) Bye BLARGH!!
It means (Instead). "I told her to do it this way, where as she insisted on doing it her own way and got it all wrong" "I told her to do it this way, instead she insisted on doing it her own way and got it all wrong". "look at the trouble your in, where as had you listened to me you wouldn't be in t…his situtation" "Look at the trouble your in, instead had you listened to me you wouldn't be in this situation" "I thought her outfit would be hideous, where as truth be known she looked amazing" "I thought her outfit would be hideous, instead truth be known she looked amazing" hope this helps :) (MORE)
Well, they both mean the same thing but some people like to say 'had have' and some like to say 'have had'. It's just that they like to say it that way. Some people shorten the sentence to .........have..... and some like to say ..........had......... so there is no deference between them.
An indefinite article, used when referring to someone or something for the first time. Ex: "A man walked into the room."
"By then" means up to that time about which speaker is speaking. "By that time" refers to an action completed at the indicated time. Example : "I ran back from across the street. By then, the house was fully on fire."
A wonderful bird is the pelican, His bill will hold more than his belican. He can take in his beak Food enough for a week, But I'm damned if I see how the helican.
"Have at it" means "give it a try". Another similar colloquialism or idiom would be, "Go ahead, knock yourself out", or "Go for it".
It Pauses A Sentence Where It Is And Then It Means It Carries One About Minutes Or Hours Later. For Example If U Went To Bed And You Put ... U Could Carry On With You Being Awake Playing Out Or Something.
IT stands for Information Technology which has to do withcomputers and programming. 'it' is a term used to identify and highlight an object, idea ortheory that has no gender, and so cannot b referred to as he orshe. most inanimate objects, non physical things (like ideas andthoughts) and sometimes …non humans that are not known well will bereferred to as 'it'. for example: -that lamp is very nice. i got it at Ikea. -that is an interesting theory. It could be used tosignify.... -the frog was very tense. It jumped out of the tank and ontothe floITor. (MORE)
did is the past tense of "do." So it is an action of the past.
Jacqueline de Romilly was born on March 26, 1913 and died on December 18, 2010. Jacqueline de Romilly would have been 97 years old at the time of death or 102 years old today.
It means "where do you call home?" In some cases it might mean "what is your ethnic background?"
Generally, the phrase "I do" confirms that you perform an indicated action. The idiomatic meaning refers to marriage vows , where the bride and groom reply when asked if they freely consent to marry each other, each saying "I do." After which they are pronounced married ( man and wife ).
There are different ways to define 'a'. For examples, 'a' is: . The first letter of the English alphabet. . A symbol in algebra formulas such as (a+bx15=) . A is an 'article' in the English language. As an article, 'a' denotes one, but not a specific one. The one canbe a person or object. For …example, there is a difference betweensaying: . A boy fell on the playground. . The boy fell on the playground. (Refers to one specificboy.) . A boy wearing all black rode his bike past my house and threwan empty can into my yard. . The boy rode his skateboard in the park. -- note if I said 'apark', it would not be a specific park. It can be hard to learn the differences between using 'a' and'the'. The is more specific to one particular person or thing,while 'a' is not specific. . The boy licked the outside of a strawberry andput it back with the other strawberries. The teacher asked if Iknew which strawberry it was, because it would contaminate all thestrawberries with germs from his mouth. I said I couldn't tell, itwas just a strawberry among many. . A teacher wearing a winter coat on a hot daywas walking with 10 other teachers toward the school. Aboy came running by and knocked papers put of theteachers' hands. The teacher with the winter coatyelled, "I need to find a particular paper !" Theother teachers told her it was impossible to know which paper thatmight be until they picked up all the papers and sorted them outagain. Using 'A' allows us to write about a person or thing, even if wecannot more precisely name or identify the person or thing. If weknew a name, we could instead be more precise. (MORE)
Where means the position of something. For instance: "Where can Icatch a bus into town?"
That depends on WHO is asking you this. A normal, typical, everyperson, they're just asking where you're from - like, where youactually come from. If the person looks like a gang member, itmeans they're assuming you to be a gang member, and they're askingwhat your gang affiliation is. If you're not …a gang member, thecorrect answer is "nowhere". (MORE)
"What about you" is a polite way of saying, "I am as interested in you as you are in me and can you answer the question that you just asked me?"
Romilly Lunge has: Played Jack Robbins in "The Perfect Flaw" in 1934. Played Hugh Romilly in "Road House" in 1934. Performed in "The Clairvoyant" in 1935. Performed in "The Dictator" in 1935. Played Neville Hammond in "While Parents Sleep" in 1935. Played Lt. Tuzenback in "A Woman Alone" in 1936. Pl…ayed Bill Howard in "His Lordship" in 1936. Played Stafford in "For Valour" in 1937. Played Junot in "A Royal Divorce" in 1938. Played Inspector Gaylor in "The Mind of Mr. Reeder" in 1939. Performed in "Rehearsal for a Drama" in 1939. Played Beverley Blake in "Traitor Spy" in 1939. Played John Anderson in "Annie Laurie" in 1939. Played Dick Martin in "The Door with Seven Locks" in 1940. (MORE)
Beatriz Romilly has: Played Eva Garcia in "The Bill" in 1984. Played Maria Escobar in "Doctors" in 2000. Played Maria Domingues in "Doctors" in 2000. Played Laurence in "The Green Green Grass" in 2005. Performed in "Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures" in 2008. Played Ms Donovan in "Remedy" in 2008. P…layed Nour in "Henna Night" in 2009. Played Anna in "Child" in 2010. Played Additional Voices in "GoldenEye 007" in 2010. Played Additional Voices in "James Bond 007: Blood Stone" in 2010. Played Anna in "The Fiddler" in 2011. Played Good Angel in "Doctor Faustus" in 2012. Played Lemady in "Facsimile" in 2013. (MORE)
Elizabeth Romilly has: Played Dotty in "ITV Sunday Night Drama" in 1959. Played Elizabeth in "Play for Today" in 1970. Played Nancy in "Secrets of a Door-to-Door Salesman" in 1973. Played Audrey in "Leap in the Dark" in 1973. Played Shop Assistant in "Hennessy" in 1975. Performed in "The Sunday Dram…a" in 1977. Played Vicky in "Another Bouquet" in 1977. Played Bridget Evans in "Rumpole of the Bailey" in 1978. Played Jessica in "The Ice House" in 1978. (MORE)
Romilly Weeks has: Played Herself - Reporter in "ITV News" in 1955. Played Herself - Political Correspondent in "ITV Lunchtime News" in 1988. Played Herself - Presenter in "ITV Lunchtime News" in 1988. Played herself in "Have I Got News for You" in 1990. Played Charlotte Fox in "Into Thin Air: Death… on Everest" in 1997. Played Herself - Newscaster in "ITV Evening News" in 1999. Played Herself - Newsreader in "ITV Evening News" in 1999. Played Herself - Royal Correspondent in "ITV Evening News" in 1999. (MORE)
The declarative, "you can do it" means that a person has theknowledge, skills, strenths, patience, or initiative to do orcomplete a course of action. As examples, imagine someone cheeringyou on with "You can do it!" or "I know you can do it! in responseto you telling them you plan to do the followin…g kinds ofactivities: . I'm going to run the 5k marathon. . I hope to ace my mid-term tests. . Next week, I'm going to hike the Appalachian Trail. . I'm going to get a college degree to become a Nurse. . Though I'm scared, I'm going to learn deep sea diving. . My friends and I will climb Mt. Rainer. . I'm studying to be a doctor. . I hope to graduate from college a year early. . I'm applying for that job with the new company in town. (MORE)
The Mommy Show - 2013 Romilly Newman 1-3 was released on: USA: 16 September 2013
At will means that you are very obedient and you don't change your mind on something.
Jacqueline de Romilly has written: 'The Rise and Fall of States According to Greek Authors (Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures)' 'L' invention de l'histoire politique chez Thucydide' -- subject(s): Greece Peloponnesian War, 431-404 B.C., Historiography, History, Political and social views 'Nous au…tres professeurs' -- subject(s): Study and teaching, Aims and objectives, Vocational guidance, French language, Politics and education, Education and state, Teaching, Education, Greek philology 'Lettre aux parents sur les choix scolaires' -- subject(s): Study and teaching (Secondary), Curricula, College majors, Language and languages, High schools 'The rise and fall of states according to Greek authors' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Political science, History 'Dans le jardin des mots' 'Roger Caillois' (MORE)
Hugh Romilly Abercrombie has written: 'Africa's peril' -- subject(s): Council of Europeans of Africa, Politics and government, Race relations 'The secret history of South Africa; or, Sixty-five years in the Transvaal' -- subject(s): History
Samuel Romilly Roget has written: 'A dictionary of electrical terms, including telegraphy, telephony and wireless' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Electric engineering, Electricity 'Travel in the two last centuries of three generations' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Description and travel 'A fi…rst book of applied electricity' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Electricity, applied (MORE)