[gœd-l] /ˈgœd l/
[kurt] /kɜrt/ (Show IPA), 1906–78, U.S. mathematician and logician, born in Austria-Hungary.
Kurt (kʊrt). 1906–78, US logician and mathematician, born in Austria-Hungary. He showed (Gödel’s proof) that in a formal axiomatic system, such as logic or mathematics, it is impossible to prove consistency without using methods from outside the system
Austrian-born American mathematician who in 1931 published the most important axiom in modern mathematics, known as Gödel’s proof. It states that in any finite mathematical system, there will always be statements that cannot be proved or disproved. Gödel’s proof ended efforts by mathematicians to find a mathematical system that was entirely consistent in itself.
[goh-den-dahg] /goʊˈdɛn dɑg/ noun 1. a medieval Flemish club having a spike at the end.
/ˈɡəʊdrɪtʃ/ noun 1. Viscount, title of Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of Ripon. 1782–1859, British statesman; prime minister (1827–28)
[goh-des-berk] /ˈgoʊ dɛsˌbɛrk/ noun 1. a city in W Germany, SE of Bonn. /German ˈɡoːdəsbɛrk/ noun 1. a town and spa in W Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia on the Rhine: a SE suburb of Bonn Official name Bad Godesberg
[goh-det] /goʊˈdɛt/ noun 1. a triangular piece of fabric, often rounded at the top, inserted in a garment to give fullness. Compare 3 (def 1), (def 1). 2. Textiles. a glass or plastic roller for guiding synthetic filaments into the centrifugal box. /ˈɡəʊdeɪ; ɡəʊˈdɛt/ noun 1. a triangular piece of material inserted into a garment, […]