[ur-ving] /ˈɜr vɪŋ/
Sir Henry (John Henry Brodribb) 1838–1905, English actor.
John, born 1942, U.S. novelist.
Washington, 1783–1859, U.S. essayist, story writer, and historian.
a city in NE Texas, near Dallas.
a male given name.
Sir Henry. real name John Henry Brodribb. 1838–1905, English actor and manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London (1878–1902)
Washington. 1783–1859, US essayist and short-story writer, noted for The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon (1820), which contains the stories Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
- Irving babbitt
[bab-it] /ˈbæb ɪt/ noun 1. Irving, 1865–1933, U.S. educator and critic. 2. Milton Byron, 1916–2011, U.S. composer. 3. (italics) a novel (1922) by Sinclair Lewis. 4. (often lowercase) a self-satisfied person who conforms readily to conventional, middle-class ideas and ideals, especially of business and material success; Philistine: from the main character in the novel by […]
- Irving berlin
[ber-lin for 1–3, bur-lin for 4, 5; for 3, German ber-leen] /bərˈlɪn for 1–3, ˈbɜr lɪn for 4, 5; for 3, German bɛrˈlin/ noun 1. Irving, 1888–1989, U.S. songwriter. 2. Isaiah, 1909–97, English political philosopher and historian, born in Latvia. 3. the capital of Germany, in the NE part: constitutes a state. 341 sq. mi. […]
[ur-ving-ahyt] /ˈɜr vɪŋˌaɪt/ noun 1. a member of the Catholic Apostolic Church.
[ur-ving-tuh n] /ˈɜr vɪŋ tən/ noun 1. a town in NE New Jersey, near Newark.