[ahyk-mahn] /ˈaɪk mɑn/
[kris-tee-ahn] /ˈkrɪs tiˌɑn/ (Show IPA), 1858–1930, Dutch physician: Nobel Prize 1929.
Christiaan (ˈkriːstiːˌaːn). 1858–1930, Dutch physician, who discovered that beriberi is caused by nutritional deficiency: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1929
Eijkman Eijk·man (īk’män’, āk’-), Christiaan. 1858-1930.
Dutch hygienist and pathologist. He shared a 1929 Nobel Prize for his discovery of the nutrient, later called vitamin B1 or thiamine, that relieves beriberi.
- Eikenella corrodens
Eikenella corrodens Ei·ken·el·la cor·ro·dens (ī’kə-něl’ə kə-rō’dənz) n. A rod-shaped, gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic bacterium normally in the adult human oral cavity but which may become an opportunistic pathogen, especially in immunocompromised individuals.
[ahy-kon] /ˈaɪ kɒn/ noun 1. (defs 1, 2). [ahy-kon] /ˈaɪ kɒn/ noun 1. a picture, image, or other representation. 2. Eastern Church. a representation of some sacred personage, as Christ or a saint or angel, painted usually on a wood surface and venerated itself as sacred. 3. a sign or representation that stands for its […]
eikonometer ei·ko·nom·e·ter or ei·co·nom·e·ter (ī’kə-nŏm’ĭ-tər) n.
[ey-laht] /eɪˈlɑt/ noun 1. a seaport at the N tip of the Gulf of Aqaba, in S Israel. /eɪˈlɑːt/ noun 1. a port in S Israel, on the Gulf of Aqaba: Israel’s only outlet to the Red Sea. Pop: 43 500 (2003 est)