[oh-uh nz] /ˈoʊ ənz/
Jesse (John Cleveland) 1913–80, U.S. athlete.
a river in E California, flowing from the Sierra Nevada S to the Owens Valley basin: diverted to the Los Angeles Aqueduct. 120 miles (193 km) long.
[oh-uh n] /ˈoʊ ən/
Sir Richard, 1804–92, English zoologist and anatomist.
Robert, 1771–1858, Welsh social reformer in Great Britain and the U.S.
Wilfred, 1893–1918, English poet.
a male given name.
Jesse, real name John Cleveland Owens. 1913–80, US Black athlete: won four gold medals at the Berlin Olympics (1936)
David (Anthony Llewellyn), Baron. born 1938, British politician: Labour foreign secretary (1977–79); cofounder of the Social Democratic Party (1981) and its leader (1983–87): leader (1988–90) of the section of the Social Democratic Party that did not merge with the Liberal Party in 1988; peace envoy to Bosnia-Herzegovina (1992–95)
Michael (James). born 1979, English footballer: a striker, he scored 40 goals in 89 games for England (1998–2008); his clubs included Liverpool (1996–2004) and Newcastle United (2005–2009)
Sir Richard. 1804–92, English comparative anatomist and palaeontologist
Robert. 1771–1858, Welsh industrialist and social reformer. He formed a model industrial community at New Lanark, Scotland, and pioneered cooperative societies. His books include New View of Society (1813)
Wilfred. 1893–1918, English poet of World War I, who was killed in action
Celtic masc. proper name, ultimately from Greek eugenes “well-born;” via Gaelic Eoghann, Old Irish Eogan, Old Welsh Eugein, Ougein. In Medieval records, frequently Latinized as Eugenius; the form Eugene emerged in Scotland by late 12c. The Breton form Even led to modern French Ivain. Owenite in reference to the communistic system of social reformer Robert Owen (1771-1858) is attested from 1829.
[oh-uh-niz-uh m] /ˈoʊ əˌnɪz əm/ noun 1. the socialistic philosophy of Robert .
- Owen gun
/ˈəʊən/ noun 1. a type of simple recoil-operated 9 mm sub-machine-gun first used by Australian forces in World War II
noun, Chemistry. 1. the state of an element or ion in a compound with regard to the electrons gained or lost by the element or ion in the reaction that formed the compound, expressed as a positive or negative number indicating the ionic charge of the element or ion. noun See oxidation number oxidation state […]
[ok-si-dey-shuh n] /ɒk sɪˈdeɪ ʃən/ noun, Chemistry. 1. the process or result of . 2. the deposit that forms on the surface of a metal as it . /ˌɒksɪˈdeɪʃən/ noun 1. n. 1791, from French oxidation (1787), coined by G. de Morveau and A. Lavoisier, noun of action from oxider “oxidize,” from oxide (see oxide). […]