goblet


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gob·let

 (gŏb′lĭt)
n.
1. A drinking vessel, such as a glass, that has a stem and base.
2. Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.

[Middle English gobelet, from Old French, diminutive of gobel, cup, probably of Celtic origin.]

goblet

(ˈɡɒblɪt)
n
1. (Brewing) a vessel for drinking, usually of glass or metal, with a base and stem but without handles
2. archaic a large drinking cup shaped like a bowl
[C14: from Old French gobelet a little cup, from gobel ultimately of Celtic origin]

gob•let

(ˈgɒb lɪt)

n.
1. a drinking glass with a foot and stem.
2. a bowl-shaped drinking vessel in former use.
[1300–50; Middle English gobelet < Old French, diminutive of gobel cup « Celtic]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.goblet - a drinking glass with a base and stemgoblet - a drinking glass with a base and stem
drinking glass, glass - a container for holding liquids while drinking
2.goblet - a bowl-shaped drinking vesselgoblet - a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup
cup - a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing"

goblet

noun cup, chalice, beaker, flagon a silver brandy goblet
Translations
قَدَح، طاسَه
sklenička s nožičkou
talpas pohár
drykkjarbikar
biķeris
pohár so stopkou

goblet

[ˈgɒblɪt] Ncopa f

goblet

[ˈgɒblɪt] ngobelet m

goblet

nPokal m; (esp of glass) → Kelchglas nt

goblet

[ˈgɒblɪt] ncalice m

goblet

(ˈgoblit) noun
a drinking-cup with a thin stem. He served the wine in goblets.
References in classic literature ?
He was stately, too, in his appointments, and had a silver goblet or drinking cup, out of which he would drink with a magnificent air, and then lock it up in a large garde vin, which accompanied him in his travels, and stood in his tent.
Each guest had been served with a crystal goblet filled with lacasa, which is a sort of nectar famous in Oz and nicer to drink than soda-water or lemonade.
A PIGEON, oppressed by excessive thirst, saw a goblet of water painted on a signboard.
Many large, bitter drops fell into the goblet as he took it, humbly, from the hand of the tyrant.
He filled a goblet of ancient Venetian glass with a purple-red liquor, beautiful to see.
Jasper turns round from the fire, fills a large goblet glass for Neville, fills a large goblet glass for Edwin, and hands each his own; then fills for himself, saying:
Beside each person of rank was placed a goblet of silver; the lower board was accommodated with large drinking horns.
Only admit this evil-minded young man to your presence, treat him civilly, and invite him to drink a goblet of wine.
She prepared a drink, and when it was ready she poured it in a goblet and gave it to the maiden, who had to hand it to the hunter.
He mounted the steps and entered the room where the maiden was sitting, with a golden goblet full of wine in front of her.
And Mares, swift messenger, came to him through the house and brought a silver goblet which he had filled, and gave it to the lord.
And often emptiest thou the goblet again, in wanting to fill it!