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stanhope

[ stan-hohp, stan-uhp ]
/ ˈstænˌhoʊp, ˈstæn əp /
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noun
a light, open, one-seated, horse-drawn carriage with two or four wheels.
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Origin of stanhope

1795–1805; named after Fitzroy Stanhope (1787–1864), British clergyman

Other definitions for stanhope (2 of 2)

Stanhope
[ stan-hohp, stan-uhp ]
/ ˈstænˌhoʊp, ˈstæn əp /

noun
James, 1st Earl Stanhope, 1673–1721, British soldier and statesman: prime minister 1717–18.
Philip Dor·mer [dawr-mer]. /ˈdɔr mər/. Chesterfield, 4th Earl of.
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British Dictionary definitions for stanhope (1 of 2)

stanhope
/ (ˈstænəp) /

noun
a light one-seater carriage with two or four wheels

Word Origin for stanhope

C18: named after Fitzroy Stanhope (1787–1864), English clergyman for whom it was first built

British Dictionary definitions for stanhope (2 of 2)

Stanhope
/ (ˈstænəp) /

noun
Charles, 3rd Earl. 1753–1816, British radical politician and scientist. His inventions included two calculating machines, a microscope lens, and a stereotyping machine
his grandfather, James, 1st Earl. 1673–1721, British soldier and statesman; George I's chief minister (1717–21). He fought under Marlborough in the War of the Spanish Succession (1701–14) and negotiated the Triple Alliance with France and Holland (1717)
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