[frey-guh] /ˈfreɪ gə/
(Friedrich Ludwig) Gottlob
[gawt-lohp] /ˈgɔt loʊp/ (Show IPA), 1848–1925, German mathematician and logician.
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 a new and more solid foundation. He purged mathematics of mistaken, sloppy reasoning and the influence of Pythagoras. Mathematics was shown to be a subdivision of formal logic.
[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
[gawt-vahlt] /ˈgɔt vɑlt/ noun 1. Klement [kle-ment] /ˈklɛ mɛnt/ (Show IPA), 1896–1953, Czech Communist leader: prime minister 1946–48; president 1948–53.
- Got up on the wrong side of the bed
verb phrase To be peevish, perverse, etc; be in a nasty mood: He just about bit my head off, must have got up on the wrong side of the bed (1930s+)