American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A community of north-central Maryland west-southwest of Baltimore. It is mainly residential. Population: 88,200.
- A city of central Missouri north-northwest of Jefferson City. The main campus of the University of Missouri (established 1839) is here. Population: 94,400.
- The capital and largest city of South Carolina, in the central part of the state. It was chosen as the site of the new state's capital in 1786. Population: 120,000.
- n. The United States.
- CapeColumbia A cape on the northern coast of Ellesmere Island. It is the northernmost point of Canada.
- District ofColumbia See District of Columbia.
- n. poetic America; the United States; an appellation given in honor of Columbus, the discoverer.
- n. archaic The female personification of the USA.
- n. The capital and largest city of South Carolina.
- n. A city in Missouri
- n. Shortened form of Columbia University.
- n. Columbia Rediviva, a famous American sailing ship
- n. The space shuttle Columbia, named after the sailing ship
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. America; the United States; -- a poetical appellation given in honor of Columbus, the discoverer.
- n. a town in west central Tennessee
- n. capital and largest city in South Carolina; located in central South Carolina
- n. a university in New York City
- n. a university town in central Missouri
- n. a North American river; rises in southwestern Canada and flows southward across Washington to form the border between Washington and Oregon before emptying into the Pacific; known for its salmon runs in the spring
- From Christopher Columbus, the latinized name (whether from Italian (Colombo?), Spanish Colón or still another Romance language is disputed) of the European Renaissance (re?)discoverer of the Americas. (Wiktionary)
- After Christopher Columbus. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Or that instead of crippling corruption, organised crime and lawlessness in columbia pro-capitalist militias destroyed the hold of the cocaine trade by the mafia, regulated it and provided a stable income for the people of Columbia?”
“RICHARD BULLIET, PROFESSOR, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: It's an educational benefit for the Columbia community to be able to have a firsthand acquaintance with the man.”
“COLUMBIA - None of the more than 30 people who attended the Citizens Police Review Board meeting Wednesday night - including two California residents who filed the first appeal the board received - were allowed to speak before the body made its decision regarding a February raid by the Columbia SWAT team.”
“COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - The South Carolina Bar Ask-A-Lawyer program, which coordinates volunteer lawyers in a regional effort to assist the public with its legal questions, will be held in Columbia on Tuesday.”
“COLUMBIA - A Middle Tennessee horseback rider was jailed after being charged with running into a crowd of people at the Mule Day festivities in Columbia.”
“COLUMBIA - In an effort to gain more renewable energy sources, Columbia bought a”
“COLUMBIA - A Columbia hospital is offering free stroke screenings next week as part of a month long awareness campaign.”
“COLUMBIA - This school year, students at Columbia public schools were allowed to identify as multiracial, but the school district won't begin using the collected data until next school year.”
“COLUMBIA - The Columbia Police Department released a scam alert after three reports of suspicious activity in southwest Columbia.”
“COLUMBIA - It was the spring of 1949, and there were rumblings in Columbia.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Columbia’.
tiara's color lists rebuilt :)
( visual, colors, blue, descriptive, randomness )
Words on t-shirts worn around the office.
Looking for tweets for Columbia.