[hwit-nee, wit-] /ˈʰwɪt ni, ˈwɪt-/
Eli, 1765–1825, U.S. manufacturer and inventor.
John Hay, 1904–82, U.S. diplomat and newspaper publisher.
Josiah Dwight, 1819–96, U.S. geologist.
William Dwight, 1827–94, U.S. philologist and lexicographer (brother of Josiah Dwight).
Mount, a mountain in E California, in the Sierra Nevada. 14,495 feet (4418 meters).
a male given name.
Mount Whitney, a mountain in E California: the highest peak in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and in continental US (excluding Alaska). Height: 4418 m (14 495 ft)
Eli. 1765–1825, US inventor of a mechanical cotton gin (1793) and pioneer manufacturer of interchangeable parts
William Dwight. 1827–94, US philologist, noted esp for his Sanskrit Grammar (1879)
1. (in prescriptions) elixir.
1. . Elizabethan
[ih-lik-ser] /ɪˈlɪk sər/ noun 1. Pharmacology. a sweetened, aromatic solution of alcohol and water containing, or used as a vehicle for, medicinal substances. 2. Also called elixir of life. an alchemic preparation formerly believed to be capable of prolonging life. 3. an alchemic preparation formerly believed to be capable of transmuting base metals into gold. […]
[ih-lahy-zuh] /ɪˈlaɪ zə/ noun 1. a female given name, form of . artificial intelligence A famous program by Joseph Weizenbaum, which simulated a Rogerian psychoanalyst by rephrasing many of the patient’s statements as questions and posing them to the patient. It worked by simple pattern recognition and substitution of key words into canned phrases. It […]