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/ˈaɪətən/ noun 1. Henry. 1611–51, English Parliamentarian general in the Civil War; son-in-law of Oliver Cromwell. His plan for a constitutional monarchy was rejected by Charles I (1647), whose death warrant he signed; lord deputy of Ireland (1650–51)
[ahy-ahr] /ˈaɪˈɑr/ noun, Immunology. 1. a gene controlling the magnitude of the immune response to a particular antigen.
[ir-goon] /ɪrˈgun/ noun 1. a militant Zionist underground group, active chiefly during the period (1917–48) of British control by mandate of Palestine. militant Zionist organization, 1946, from Modern Hebrew, literally “organization,” in full Irgun Zvai Leumi “national military organization.”