[hahyd-n] /ˈhaɪd n/
[franz joh-zuh f,, -suh f,, frants;; German frahnts yoh-zef] /frænz ˈdʒoʊ zəf,, -səf,, frænts;; German frɑnts ˈyoʊ zɛf/ (Show IPA), 1732–1809, Austrian composer.
(Johann) Michael, 1737–1806, Austrian composer (brother of Franz Joseph Haydn).
(Franz) Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf). 1732–1809, Austrian composer, who played a major part in establishing the classical forms of the symphony and the string quartet. His other works include the oratorios The Creation (1796–98) and The Seasons (1798–1801)
his brother, Johann Michael (German joˈhan ˈmɪçaeːl). 1737–1806, Austrian composer, esp of Church music
/ˈheɪdən/ noun 1. Benjamin (Robert). 1786–1846, British historical painter and art critic, best known for his Autobiography and Journals (1853)
noun 1. 2 . [dood-l] /ˈdud l/ noun, Chiefly North Midland U.S. 1. a small pile of hay; haystack. /ˈduːdəl/ verb 1. to scribble or draw aimlessly 2. to play or improvise idly 3. (US) (intransitive) often foll by away. to dawdle or waste time noun 4. a shape, picture, etc, drawn aimlessly v. “scrawl […]
[hey] /heɪ/ noun 1. grass, clover, alfalfa, etc., cut and dried for use as forage. 2. grass mowed or intended for mowing. 3. Slang. 4. Slang. . verb (used with object) 5. to convert (plant material) into hay. 6. to furnish (horses, cows, etc.) with hay. verb (used without object) 7. to cut grass, clover, […]
[hah-yek] /ˈhɑ yɛk/ noun 1. Friedrich August von [free-drik aw-guh st von;; German free-drikh ou-goo st fuh n] /ˈfri drɪk ˈɔ gəst vɒn;; German ˈfri drɪx ˈaʊ gʊst fən/ (Show IPA), 1899–1992, British economist, born in Austria: Nobel Prize 1974. /ˈhɑɪjək/ noun 1. Friedrich August von. 1899–1992, British economist and political philosopher, born in Austria: […]