from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A fixed and regular payment, such as a salary for services rendered or an allowance.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a fixed payment, generally small and occurring at regular intervals; a modest allowance
- v. To provide (someone) with a stipend.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Settled pay or compensation for services, whether paid daily, monthly, or annually.
- transitive v. To pay by settled wages.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fixed periodical allowance or payment; settled or fixed pay; salary; pay; specifically, in Scotland, the salary paid to a clergyman; the income of an ecclesiastical living.
- n. Synonyms Pay, etc. See salary.
- To pay by settled stipend or wages; put upon or provide with a stipend. Shelton, tr. of Don Quixote, xlvii.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sum of money allotted on a regular basis; usually for some specific purpose
The a single some-more fabric along a corner is a join stipend for a side corner of a shade.
Maybe the cloud of smoke I puff through my burnished pipe courtesy of my luxurious Ivy League stipend is clouding my vision.
They'll-get-you-coming-and-going, from his Grove entry: Apart from [his appointment as Abbot of] Löpsingen, he had three sources of income — a stipend from the Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda Fide in Rome, the abbacy of San Stefano in Carrara, near Padua, and a provostship in the Rhenish town of Seltz.
They also have asked that $5,000 in stipend and expenses be reimbursed.
While they were married, she received a monthly stipend from the Israeli government, an entitlement due to her status as a wife of a prisoner.
As a minor, Abd al-Ghias initially received Rs. 100 per month as a stipend from the British, but soon petitioned for an increase to Rs. 150 per month.
So, looks to me like the nature of your work determines which form you file; and once you've chosen that form, the stipend is included as income.
Whereas the public university is free for students -- indeed, undergraduates receive a cost-of-living stipend from the Kurdish government -- tuition at the American University runs to $10,000 a year.
I am able to stay home mostly and take care of the boys, they get a small stipend from the state, and I have my own income from Real Estate investments ….
How about creating mechanisms to connect people for taking survivors into their homes – perhaps with a stipend from the gov to help with room and board, or to connect people for offering and finding jobs?