[hahr-ferd-sheer, -sher, hahrt-] /ˈhɑr fərdˌʃɪər, -ʃər, ˈhɑrt-/
a county in SE England. 631 sq. mi. (1635 sq. km).
a county of S England, bordering on Greater London in the south: mainly low-lying, with the Chiltern Hills in the northwest; largely agricultural; light industries, esp in the new towns. Administrative centre: Hertford. Pop: 1 040 900 (2003 est). Area: 1634 sq km (631 sq miles)
Old English Heortfordscir, from Herutford (731), literally “ford frequented by harts.”
[hurts] /hɜrts/ noun, plural hertz, hertzes. 1. the standard unit of frequency in the (SI), equal to one cycle per second. Abbreviation: Hz. [hurts, hairts; German herts] /hɜrts, hɛərts; German hɛrts/ noun 1. Gustav [goo s-tahf] /ˈgʊs tɑf/ (Show IPA), 1887–1975, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1925. 2. Heinrich Rudolph [hahyn-rikh roo-dawlf] /ˈhaɪn rɪx ˈru dɔlf/ […]
noun, Physics. 1. the effect of ultraviolet radiation in lowering the sparking voltage across a spark gap: an example of photoelectric effect.
noun, Physics. 1. an electromagnetic wave produced by oscillations in an electric circuit, as a radio or radar wave: first investigated by H. R. Hertz. noun 1. an electromagnetic wave with a frequency in the range from about 3 × 1010 hertz to about 1.5 × 105 hertz
[Dutch her-tsawkh] /Dutch ˈhɛr tsɔx/ noun 1. James Barry Munnik [mœn-uh k] /ˈmœn ək/ (Show IPA). South African statesman and general: prime minister 1924–39. /ˈhɜːtsɒɡ/ noun 1. James Barry Munnik. 1866–1942, South African statesman; prime minister (1924–39): founded the Nationalist Party (1913), advocating complete South African independence from Britain; opposed South African participation in World […]