[hurt-sog, hur-zog; French er-zawg for 2] /ˈhɜrt sɒg, ˈhɜr zɒg; French ɛrˈzɔg for 2/
[khahy-im] /ˈxaɪ ɪm/ (Show IPA), 1918–97, Israeli political leader: president 1983–1997.
Maurice, 1919–2012, French mountaineer: climbed Annapurna 1950.
Roman. born 1934, German politician; president of Germany (1994–99)
Werner (ˈvɛrnər). born 1942, German film director. His films include Signs of Life (1967), Fata Morgana (1970), Fitzcarraldo (1982), Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1997), and Grizzly Man (2005)
[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), […]
[hee; unstressed ee] /hi; unstressed i/ pronoun, nominative he, possessive his, objective him; plural nominative they, possessive their or theirs, objective them. 1. the male person or animal being discussed or last mentioned; that male. 2. anyone (without reference to sex); that person: He who hesitates is lost. noun, plural hes. 3. any male person […]
abbreviation 1. human embryonic stem cell
/ˈhɛzəlˌtaɪn/ noun 1. Michael (Ray Dibden) Baron. born 1933, British Conservative politician; secretary of state for defence (1983–86); secretary of state for the environment (1990–92); secretary of state for trade and industry (1992–95); deputy prime minister (1995–97) 2. Philip Arnold. the real name of composer Peter Warlock See Warlock