Definition of Friar. Meaning of Friar. Synonyms of Friar

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Definition of Friar

Silversides Sil"ver*sides`, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of small fishes of the family Atherinid[ae], having a silvery stripe along each side of the body. The common species of the American coast (Menidia notata) is very abundant. Called also silverside, sand smelt, friar, tailor, and tinker. Brook silversides (Zo["o]l.), a small fresh-water North American fish (Labadesthes sicculus) related to the marine silversides.

Meaning of Friar from wikipedia

- 'frays' redirects here. for other uses, see fray (disambiguation). . a friar is a member of one of the mendicant orders founded since the thirteenth
- the friar society is the oldest honor society at the university of texas at austin. the friar society was founded in 1911 by curtice rosser and marion
- friar lane & epworth f.c. is a football club based in aylestone, which is a suburb of leicester, leicestershire, england. in 2004, friar lane old boys
- friar rock (1913-january 8, 1928) was a champion american thoroughbred racehorse. his most important win came in the 1916 belmont stakes. owned and
- friar laurence is a fictional character in william shakespeare's play romeo and juliet. friar laurence is a friar who plays the part of a wise adviser
- the black friar is a grade ii* listed public house at 174 queen victoria street, blackfriars, london. it was built in about 1875, and remodelled in about
- tropical and subtropical seas, also known as the wahoo. ono (ss–357), ex-friar, was authorized for construction at the electric boat company at groton
- friar tut is an album by americana and bluegr**** dobro player tut taylor, released in 1972. taylor is joined by norman blake, sam bush and david taylor
- friar bacon and friar bun****, originally entitled the honorable historie of frier bacon and frier bon****, is an elizabethan era stage play, a comedy written