/German ˈɡɔtfriːt fɔn ˈʃtraːsbʊrk/
early 13th-century German poet; author of the incomplete epic Tristan and Isolde, the version of the legend that served as the basis of Wagner’s opera
[gœt-ing-uh n] /ˈgœt ɪŋ ən/ noun 1. a city in central Germany. /ˈɡœtɪŋən/ noun 1. a city in central Germany, in Lower Saxony: important member of the Hanseatic League (14th century); university, founded in 1734 by George II of England. Pop: 122 883 (2003 est)
- Gottlob frege
[frey-guh] /ˈfreɪ gə/ noun 1. (Friedrich Ludwig) Gottlob [gawt-lohp] /ˈgɔt loʊp/ (Show IPA), 1848–1925, German mathematician and logician. /German ˈfreːɡə/ noun 1. Gottlob. 1848–1925, German logician and philosopher, who laid the foundations of modern formal logic and semantics in his Begriffsschrift (1879) person, history, philosophy, mathematics, logic, theory (1848-1925) A mathematician who put mathematics on […]
[got-shawk] /ˈgɒt ʃɔk/ noun 1. Louis Moreau [maw-roh,, moh-] /mɔˈroʊ,, moʊ-/ (Show IPA), 1829–69, U.S. pianist and composer.
/German ˈɡɔtʃɛd/ noun 1. Johann Christoph. 1700–66, German critic, dramatist, and translator