James Young, 1811–70, Scottish professor of obstetrics and obstetrician: pioneer in use of ether and chloroform as anesthetics.
O(renthal) J(ames) born 1946, U.S. football player.
Wallis Warfield, Windsor, Wallis Warfield, Duchess of.
Sir James Young. 1811–70, Scottish obstetrician, who pioneered the use of chloroform as an anaesthetic
Wallis (Warfield) (ˈwɒlɪs). See Edward VIII
Simpson Simp·son (sĭmp’sən), Sir James Young. 1811-1870.
British obstetrician and a founder of gynecology. He is also known for introducing the use of chloroform as an anesthetic.
- Simpson desert
/ˈsɪmpsən/ noun 1. an uninhabited arid region in central Australia, mainly in the Northern Territory. Area: about 145 000 sq km (56 000 sq miles)
noun, plural simpula [sim-pyoo-luh] /ˈsɪm pyʊ lə/ (Show IPA) 1. an ancient dipper having the rim of the bowl at right angles to the handle.
adjective, simpier, simpiest. Slang. 1. of or like a simp.
watchman, a Levite of the family of Merari (1 Chr. 26:10).