[roh-bert] /ˈroʊ bɛrt/ (Show IPA), 1876–1936, Austrian physician: Nobel Prize 1914.
Robert. 1876–1936, Austrian physician; devised the Bárány test, which detects diseases of the semicircular canals of the inner ear: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1914
John, 1820–1905, U.S. publisher: compiled Familiar Quotations. John Russell, 1805–86, U.S. editor and bibliographer of early Americana. Josiah, 1729–95, U.S. physician and statesman. Paul Wayland, 1865–1925, U.S. sculptor. Robert Abram, 1875–1946, U.S. arctic explorer, born in Newfoundland. Vernon, 1894–1983, English writer. a town in SW Tennessee. a town in NE Illinois. a male given name, […]
Robert (“Bob”) born 1946, U.S. track-and-field athlete.
(Enoch) Arnold, 1867–1931, English novelist. Floyd, 1890–1928, U.S. aviator. James Gordon, 1795–1872, U.S. journalist. Richard Bedford, 1870–1947, Canadian statesman: prime minister 1930–35. Robert Russell, 1894–1981, U.S. composer and conductor. Tony (Anthony Dominick Benedetto) born 1926, U.S. singer. William A(ndrew) C(ecil) 1900–79, Canadian political leader: premier of British Columbia 1952–72. Also, Bennet. a male given name, […]
a roving machine used in the final stages of converting spun cotton fiber into yarn.