esprit n : liveliness of mind or spirit
EtymologyBorrowed from the French.
- German: Esprit
liveliness, or active mind and spirit
- German: Esprit
- Webster 1913
- spirit, enthusiasm.
Esprit (French for spirit/enthusiasm) may refer to:
- Esprit, a French literary magazine.
- Esprit, a model of automobile manufactured by the Lotus Cars.
- ESPRIT, European Strategic Program on Research in Information Technology.
- ESPRIT (Estimation of Signal Parameters via Rotational Invariant Techniques), an algorithm extracting the parameters of a radio channel
- Esprit de corps
- Esprit Energy Trust.
- Esprit Holdings, a clothing manufacturer and owner of the ESPRIT clothing brand.
- St. Louis Esprit, a St. Louis-based softball team.
- ESPRIT, CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) software from DP Technology Corp.
esprit in German: Esprit
esprit in French: Esprit (homonymie)
esprit in Japanese: エスプリ
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