[rom-uh l, ruhm-; German rawm-uh l] /ˈrɒm əl, ˈrʌm-; German ˈrɔm əl/
[ur-win;; German er-veen] /ˈɜr wɪn;; German ˈɛr vin/ (Show IPA), (“the Desert Fox”) 1891–1944, German field marshal: commander of the German forces in North Africa in World War II.
Erwin (ˈɛrviːn), nicknamed the Desert Fox. 1891–1944, German field marshal, noted for his brilliant generalship in N Africa in World War II. Later a commander in N France, he committed suicide after the officers’ plot against Hitler
- Erwin schrodinger
[shroh-ding-er, shrey-; German shrœ-ding-uh r] /ˈʃroʊ dɪŋ ər, ˈʃreɪ-; German ˈʃrœ dɪŋ ər/ noun 1. Erwin [er-vin] /ˈɛr vɪn/ (Show IPA), 1887–1961, German physicist: Nobel prize 1933. /German ˈʃrøːdɪŋər/ noun 1. Erwin (ˈɛrviːn). 1887–1961, Austrian physicist, who discovered the wave equation: shared the Nobel prize for physics 1933 Schrödinger (shrō’dĭng-ər, shrā’-) Austrian physicist who founded […]
[er-uh-man-thee-uh n] /ˌɛr əˈmæn θi ən/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a savage boar that plagued Arcadia and was captured by Hercules. /ˌɛrɪˈmænθɪən/ noun 1. (Greek myth) a wild boar that ravaged the district around Mount Erymanthus: captured by Hercules as his fourth labour
[er-uh-man-thuh s] /ˌɛr əˈmæn θəs/ noun 1. a mountain in S Greece, in the NW Peloponnesus. 7295 feet (2225 meters). /ˌɛrɪˈmænθəs/ noun 1. Mount Erymanthus, a mountain in SW Greece, in the NW Peloponnese. Height: 2224 m (7297 ft) Modern Greek name Erímanthos (eˈrimanθɔs)
/ɪˈrɪndʒɪəm/ noun 1. any plant of the temperate and subtropical perennial umbelliferous genus Eryngium, with distinctive spiny foliage, metallic blue flower heads, and bluish stems, several species of which are grown as garden plants See also sea holly