[pol-uh k] /ˈpɒl ək/
Sir Frederick, 1845–1937, English legal scholar and author.
Jackson, 1912–56, U.S. painter.
Sir Frederick. 1845–1937, English legal scholar: with Maitland, he wrote History of English Law before the Time of Edward I (1895)
Jackson. 1912–56, US abstract expressionist painter; chief exponent of action painting in the US
[fred-riks-burg, fred-er-iks-] /ˈfrɛd rɪksˌbɜrg, ˈfrɛd ər ɪks-/ noun 1. a city in NE Virginia, on the Rappahannock River: scene of a Confederate victory 1862.
- Frederick soddy
[sod-ee] /ˈsɒd i/ noun 1. Frederick, 1877–1956, English chemist: Nobel prize 1921. /ˈsɒdɪ/ noun 1. Frederick. 1877–1956, English chemist, whose work on radioactive disintegration led to the discovery of isotopes: Nobel prize for chemistry 1921 Soddy (sŏd’ē) British chemist who was a pioneer in the study of radioactivity. With Ernest Rutherford, he explained the atomic […]
- Franz Ferdinand
[fur-dn-and; German fer-di-nahnt] /ˈfɜr dnˌænd; German ˈfɛr dɪˌnɑnt/ noun 1. . /German frants ˈfɛrdinant/ noun 1. English name Francis Ferdinand. 1863–1914, archduke of Austria; heir apparent of Franz Josef I. His assassination contributed to the outbreak of World War I
- Frederick William II
noun 1. 1744–97, king of Prussia 1786–97. noun 1. 1744–97, king of Prussia (1786–97)