[hur-muh n] /ˈhɜr mən/
Woodrow (“Woody”) 1913–1987, U.S. jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and bandleader.
a male given name: from Old English words meaning “army” and “ man.”.
masc. proper name, from German Hermann, from Old High German Hariman, literally “man of war, warrior,” from hari “host, army” (see harry (v.)) + man “man” (see man (n.)).
- Herman hollerith
Hollerith (hŏl’ə-rĭth’) American inventor who in 1880 created a system of recording and retrieving information on punched cards, an important step in the development of modern computer science. In 1896 he founded his own company, and later merged with two others to form the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) in 1924. person The promulgator of […]
[ahr-min-ee-uh s] /ɑrˈmɪn i əs/ noun 1. (Hermann) 17? b.c.–a.d. 21, Germanic hero who defeated Roman army a.d. 9. 2. Jacobus [juh-koh-buh s] /dʒəˈkoʊ bəs/ (Show IPA), (Jacob Harmensen) 1560–1609, Dutch Protestant theologian. /ˈhɜːmən; German ˈhɛrman/ noun 1. another name for Arminius /ɑːˈmɪnɪəs/ noun 1. Also Hermann. ?17 bc–?21 ad, Germanic chieftain: organized a revolt […]
- Hermann kolbe
Kolbe (kôl’bə) German chemist who was the first to synthesize an organic compound from inorganic materials (1843-45). He also developed an electrolytic procedure for the preparation of alkanes, and in 1859 synthesized salicylic acid from coal tar, which laid the foundation for the development of aspirin.
- Hermann-Mauguin symbol
[hur-muh n-moh-gan, her-mahn-] /ˈhɜr mən moʊˈgæn, ˈhɛr mɑn-/ noun, Crystallography. 1. a notation for indicating a particular point group.