Saturday, April 18, 2009

The house that receives no guests, never receives angels. (Turkish proverb)

4 entries found.
1guest (noun)
2guest (verb) guest
Main Entry:1guest
Pronunciation: \╦łgest\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English gest, from Old Norse gestr; akin to Old English giest guest, stranger, Latin hostis stranger, enemy
Date: 13th century

1 a: a person entertained in one's house b: a person to whom hospitality is extended c: a person who pays for the services of an establishment (as a hotel or restaurant)2: an organism (as an insect) sharing the dwelling of another ; especially :
inquiline3: a substance that is incorporated in a host substance4: a usually prominent person not a regular member of a cast or organization who appears in a program or performance

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A guest has not to thank the host, but the host the guest. (Russian proverb)