[ley-nahrt; English ley-nahrd] /ˈleɪ nɑrt; English ˈleɪ nɑrd/

[fee-lip] /ˈfi lɪp/ (Show IPA), 1862–1947, German physicist, born in Austria-Hungary: Nobel Prize 1905.


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