[fur-mee; Italian fer-mee] /ˈfɜr mi; Italian ˈfɛr mi/
[en-ree-koh;; Italian en-ree-kaw] /ɛnˈri koʊ;; Italian ɛnˈri kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1901–54, Italian physicist, in the U.S. after 1939: Nobel Prize 1938.
a unit of length used in nuclear physics equal to 10–15 metre
/ˈfɜːmɪ; Italian ˈfɛrmi/
Enrico (enˈriːko). 1901-54, Italian nuclear physicist, in the US from 1939. He was awarded a Nobel prize for physics in 1938 for his work on radioactive substances and nuclear bombardment and headed the group that produced the first controlled nuclear reaction (1942)
Italian-born American physicist who won a 1938 Nobel Prize for his research on neutrons. In 1942, with Leo Szilard, Fermi built the world’s first nuclear reactor. He also discovered over 40 new isotopes, including the element fermium, which is named for him.
/ˈɛnraɪt/ noun 1. D(ennis) J(oseph). 1920–2002, British poet, essayist, and editor
[en-ri-kee-oh; Spanish en-ree-kee-yaw] /ˌɛn rɪˈki oʊ; Spanish ˌɛn riˈki yɔ/ noun 1. Lake, a saltwater lake, below sea level, in the SW Dominican Republic.
[en-rohb] /ɛnˈroʊb/ verb (used with object), enrobed, enrobing. 1. to dress; attire: The king was enrobed in velvet. /ɪnˈrəʊb/ verb 1. (transitive) to dress in or as if in a robe; attire
fountain of the treaders; i.e., “foot-fountain;” also called the “fullers’ fountain,” because fullers here trod the clothes in water. It has been identified with the “fountain of the virgin” (q.v.), the modern ‘Ain Ummel-Daraj. Others identify it, with perhaps some probability, with the Bir Eyub, to the south of the Pool of Siloam, and below […]