[ger-lah-khawf-kah] /ˈgɛr lɑˌxɔf kɑ/
a mountain in N Slovakia: highest peak of the Carpathian Mountains. 8737 feet (2663 meters).
a mountain in N Slovakia, in the Tatra Mountains: the highest peak of the Carpathian Mountains. Height: 2663 m (8737 ft)
[jurm] /dʒɜrm/ noun 1. a microorganism, especially when disease-producing; microbe. 2. a bud, offshoot, or seed. 3. the rudiment of a living organism; an embryo in its early stages. 4. the initial stage in development or evolution, as a or ancestral form. 5. something that serves as a source or initial stage for subsequent development: […]
[jer-meyn; French zher-men] /dʒərˈmeɪn; French ʒɛrˈmɛn/ noun 1. a female given name. Germain (zhěr-mān’) French mathematician who made significant advances in theoretical mathematics. Her researches into number theory in particular provided the first partial solution to Fermat’s last theorem (1820).
[jer-meyn; French zher-men] /dʒərˈmeɪn; French ʒɛrˈmɛn/ noun 1. a female given name.
noun 1. the former German colonies in Africa, comprising German East Africa, German Southwest Africa, Cameroons, and Togoland.