[ur-vahyn for 1; ur-vin for 2] /ˈɜr vaɪn for 1; ˈɜr vɪn for 2/
a city in SW California.
Also, Irvin. a male given name.
a town on the W coast of Scotland, the administrative centre of North Ayrshire: designated a new town in 1966. Pop: 33 090 (2001)
Alexander Andrew Mackay, Baron, known as Derry. born 1940, British lawyer and Labour politician; Lord Chancellor (1997–2003)
- Irvine dataflow
language (Always called “Id”) A non-strict, single assignment language and incremental compiler developed by Arvind and Gostelow and used on MIT’s Tagged-Token Dataflow Architecture and planned to be used on Motorola’s Monsoon. See also Id Nouveau. [“An Asynchronous Programming Language for a Large Multiprocessor Machine”, Arvind et al, TR114a, Dept ISC, UC Irvine, Dec 1978]. […]
- Irvine-gass syndrome
Irvine-Gass syndrome Ir·vine-Gass syndrome (ûr’vīn’gās’) n. A syndrome of the eye characterized by macular edema and loss of vision following cataract surgery.
- Irvine research unit in software
body (IRUS) The University of California, Irvine. [Details?] (1995-04-18)
[ur-ving] /ˈɜr vɪŋ/ noun 1. Sir Henry (John Henry Brodribb) 1838–1905, English actor. 2. John, born 1942, U.S. novelist. 3. Washington, 1783–1859, U.S. essayist, story writer, and historian. 4. a city in NE Texas, near Dallas. 5. a male given name. /ˈɜːvɪŋ/ noun 1. Sir Henry. real name John Henry Brodribb. 1838–1905, English actor and […]