[hurts-burg] /ˈhɜrts bɜrg/
Gerhard [gair-hahrd,, -hahrt] /ˈgɛər hɑrd,, -hɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1904–1999, Canadian physicist, born in Germany: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1971.
[her-tsuh-goh-vee-nuh] /ˌhɛr tsə goʊˈvi nə/ noun 1. a historic region in SE Europe: a former Turkish province; a part of Austria-Hungary 1878–1914; now part of . /ˌhɜːtsəɡəʊˈviːnə/ noun 1. a region in Bosnia-Herzegovina: originally under Austro-Hungarian rule; became part of the province of Bosnia-Herzegovina (1878), which was a constituent republic of Yugoslavia (1946–92) former Austrian […]
/Russian ˈɡjɛrtsən/ noun 1. Aleksandr (Ivanovich) (alɛkˈsandr iˈvaːnovitʃ). 1812–70, Russian socialist political philosopher: best known for his autobiography My Past and Thoughts (1861–67)
[hurt-sog, hur-zog; French er-zawg for 2] /ˈhɜrt sɒg, ˈhɜr zɒg; French ɛrˈzɔg for 2/ noun 1. Chaim [khahy-im] /ˈxaɪ ɪm/ (Show IPA), 1918–97, Israeli political leader: president 1983–1997. 2. Maurice, 1919–2012, French mountaineer: climbed Annapurna 1950. /German ˈhɛrtsoːk/ noun 1. Roman. born 1934, German politician; president of Germany (1994–99) 2. Werner (ˈvɛrnər). born 1942, German […]
[her-tsuh l; English hurt-suh l, hairt-] /ˈhɛr tsəl; English ˈhɜrt səl, ˈhɛərt-/ noun 1. Theodor [tey-aw-dohr] /ˈteɪ ɔˌdoʊr/ (Show IPA), 1860–1904, Hungarian-born Austrian Jewish writer and journalist: founder of the political Zionist movement. /German ˈhɛrtsəl/ noun 1. Theodor (ˈteːodoːr). 1860–1904, Austrian writer, born in Hungary; founder of the Zionist movement. In The Jewish State (1896), […]