[roh-zuh n-burg; for 1 also German roh-zuh n-berk] /ˈroʊ zənˌbɜrg; for 1 also German ˈroʊ zənˌbɛrk/
Alfred, 1893–1946, German Nazi ideologist and political leader, born in Estonia.
Julius, 1918–53, and his wife, Ethel Greenglass
[green-glas,, -glahs] /ˈgrinˌglæs,, -ˌglɑs/ (Show IPA) 1915–53, U.S. citizens executed for passing atomic-bomb secrets to the U.S.S.R.
a town in S Texas.
Alfred. 1893–1946, German Nazi politician and writer, who devised much of the racial ideology of Nazism: hanged for war crimes
Isaac. 1890–1918, British poet and painter, best known for his poems about life in the trenches during World War I: died in action
Julius. 1918–53, US spy, who, with his wife Ethel (1914–53), was executed for passing information about nuclear weapons to the Russians
[juhl-uh n-der] /ˈdʒʌl ən dər/ noun 1. a city in N Punjab, in NW India. /ˈdʒʌləndə/ noun 1. the former name of Jalandhar
[joo-lahy, juh-lahy] /dʒuˈlaɪ, dʒəˈlaɪ/ noun, plural Julies, Julys. 1. the seventh month of the year, containing 31 days. Abbreviation: Jul. /dʒuːˈlaɪ; dʒə-; dʒʊ-/ noun (pl) -lies 1. the seventh month of the year, consisting of 31 days c.1050, Iulius, from Anglo-French julie, Old French Jule, from Latin Iulius “fifth month of the Roman calendar” (which […]
[joo-mah-dah] /dʒʊˈmɑ dɑ/ noun 1. either of two successive months of the Muslim year, the fifth (Jumada I) or the sixth (Jumada II) /dʒʊˈmɑːdə/ noun 1. either the fifth or the sixth month of the Muslim year, known respectively as Jumada I and Jumada II
/ˈdʒuːmə/ noun (mountaineering) 1. Also called jumar clamp. a clamp with a handle that can move freely up a rope on which it is clipped but locks when downward pressure is applied verb (intransitive) 2. to climb (up a fixed rope) using jumars