[ek-uh r-mahn] /ˈɛk ərˌmɑn/
[yoh-hahn pey-tuh r] /ˈyoʊ hɑn ˈpeɪ tər/ (Show IPA), 1792–1854, German writer and literary assistant to Goethe.
[ek-ert] /ˈɛk ərt/ noun 1. John Presper [pres-per] /ˈprɛs pər/ (Show IPA), 1919–95, U.S. engineer and computer pioneer. /ˈɛkət/ noun 1. John Presper. 1919–95, US electronics engineer: built the first electronic computer with John W. Mauchly in 1946 Eckert (ěk’ərt) American engineer who contributed to the development of ENIAC (Electronic Numeral Integrator and Calculator), the […]
- Eckert-mauchly computer corporation
company The company which designed and built Univac computers. (1995-03-01)
- Eck fistula
Eck fistula (ěk) n. An anastomosis created between the vena cava and the portal vein in order to divert the flow of blood from the intestinal system away from the liver and directly to the heart.
[ek-ahrt] /ˈɛk ɑrt/ noun 1. Johannes [yoh-hah-nuh s] /yoʊˈhɑ nəs/ (Show IPA), (“Meister Eckhart”) c1260–1327? Dominican theologian and preacher: founder of German mysticism. /German ˈɛkhart/ noun 1. Johannes (joˈhanəs), called Meister Eckhart. ?1260–?1327, German Dominican theologian, mystic, and preacher