from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Stella, Frank Philip Born 1936. American painter whose abstract works are characterized by geometric forms, brilliant colors, and often irregularly shaped canvases.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A female given name.
- proper n. Stella Artois, a brand of beer; or a serving of such.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A stellate sponge-spicule; an aster; a stellate.
- n. A cross-shaped bandage.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. United States minimalist painter (born in 1936)
STELLA, 4a3b4c3b, 14: A dialogue between Alfred, a volunteer at his country's call, to Stella, his sweetheart.
Swift, his relations to Stella and Vanessa suggest Goethe's _Stella_, 261.
Hope you catch your knob in the revolving door at tescos on Satrurday when you and the lovely Mrs Blindfuck go out with the screaming brood for your weekly trip to fill up on stella and B&H. why thank you sir ... btw we don't do Stella in Germany. .its Wobbly or Kölsch for me and a packet of Marlboro please
Stella is Italian for 'moon and star' and conveys the precious relationship between ourselves and those we love.
Stella is tortured by her mother's obvious mental instability, and Ushman is tormented by his mother's self-pity.
Sympathy for Stella is maintained through keys to understanding her suspicions, motivations, and mental conditionplus, one hopes, making her likable and funny.
Kate Moss in Stella McCartney: She's always dressed in tuxedoes, and she looked so princsessy this time.
My kids groan when I try to solicit company, but Stella is always eager to go.
Rose produced her phone and started dialing, and for a moment Lee thought she was calling Stella for help.
What jumped out at me was that she was called Stella Maris.