[sturn-burg] /ˈstɜrn bɜrg/
George Miller, 1838–1915, U.S. bacteriologist and medical researcher.
[joh-zuh f,, -suh f] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf,, -səf/ (Show IPA), .
[von sturn-burg] /vɒn ˈstɜrn bɜrg/
[joh-zuh f,, -suh f] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf,, -səf/ (Show IPA), or Joseph (Josef Stern) 1894–1969, U.S. film director and screenwriter, born in Austria.
/vɒn ˈstɜːnˌbɜːɡ; German fɔn ˈʃtɛrnbɛrk/
Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf), real name Jonas Sternberg. 1894–1969, US film director, born in Austria, whose films include The Blue Angel (1930), Blonde Venus (1932), The Scarlet Empress (1934), and the unfinished I, Claudius (1937)
See von Sternberg
Sternberg Stern·berg, George Miller. 1838-1915.
American army physician who was U.S. surgeon general (1893-1902) and organized (1900) the Yellow Fever Commission.
[jos-uh-lin, jos-lin] /ˈdʒɒs ə lɪn, ˈdʒɒs lɪn/ noun 1. a female given name.
/Spanish aθoˈrin/ noun 1. real name José Martínez Ruiz. 1874–1967, Spanish writer: noted for his stories of the Spanish countryside
[joh-zuh p, -suh p] /ˈdʒoʊ zəp, -səp/ noun 1. a male given name, form of .
[joh-zuh f, -suh f] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf, -səf/ noun 1. Jacob’s eleventh son, the first of Jacob and his second wife, Rachel: sold into slavery by his brothers. Gen. 30:22–24; 37. 2. the husband of Mary who was the mother of Jesus. Matt. 1:16–25. 3. (Hinmaton-yalaktit) c1840–1904, leader of the Nez Percé: led 1000-mile (1600-km) retreat […]