[mahyt-ner] /ˈmaɪt nər/
[lee-zuh] /ˈli zə/ (Show IPA), 1878–1968, Austrian nuclear physicist.
Lise (ˈliːzə). 1878–1968, Austrian nuclear physicist. With Hahn, she discovered protactinium (1918), and they demonstrated with F. Strassmann the fission of uranium
Austrian-born Swedish physicist who contributed to the first theories of nuclear fission. Her contributions to the field of nuclear physics led to the development of the atomic bomb and nuclear energy.
[mahy-ster-sing-er, -zing-] /ˈmaɪ stərˌsɪŋ ər, -ˌzɪŋ-/ noun, plural Meistersinger, Meistersingers for 1. 1. Also, mastersinger. a member of one of the guilds, chiefly of workingmen, established during the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries in the principal cities of Germany, for the cultivation of poetry and music. 2. (italics) Die [dee] /di/ (Show IPA) an opera […]
[mahyt-nur-ee-uh m] /maɪtˈnɜr i əm/ noun, Chemistry, Physics. 1. a superheavy, synthetic, radioactive element. Symbol: Mt; atomic number: 109. /ˈmaɪtnɪərɪəm/ noun 1. a synthetic element produced in small quantities by high-energy ion bombardment. Symbol: Mt; atomic no: 109 meitnerium (mīt-nûr’ē-əm) Symbol Mt A synthetic, radioactive element that is produced by bombarding bismuth with iron ions. […]
waters of yellowness, or clear waters, a river in the tribe of Dan (Josh. 19:46). It has been identified with the river ‘Aujeh, which rises at Antipatris.
[Spanish me-hee-kaw] /Spanish ˈmɛ hi kɔ/ noun 1. . /ˈmɛxiko/ noun 1. the Spanish name for Mexico