died a.d. 882, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 872–882.
- John vincent atanasoff
person John Vincent Atanasoff, 1903-10-04 – 1995-06-15. An American mathemetical physicist, and the inventor of the electronic digital computer. Between 1937 and 1942 he built the Atanasoff-Berry Computer with Clifford Berry, at the Iowa State University. Atanasoff was born on 1903-10-04 in Hamilton, New York. In 1925, he got a Bachelor of Science degree in […]
- John von neumann
[noo-muh n, nyoo- for 1; noi-mahn, -muh n for 2] /ˈnu mən, ˈnyu- for 1; ˈnɔɪ mɑn, -mən for 2/ noun 1. Saint John Nepomucene [nuh-pom-uh-seen] /nəˈpɒm əˌsin/ (Show IPA), 1811–60, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman and educator, born in the Austrian Empire: canonized 1977. 2. John von, . [von noi-mahn, -muh n] /vɒn ˈnɔɪ mɑn, […]
- John wayne
[weyn] /weɪn/ noun 1. Anthony (“Mad Anthony”) 1745–96, American Revolutionary War general. 2. John (Marion Michael Morrison”Duke”) 1907–79, U.S. film actor. 3. a township in N New Jersey. 4. a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit. 5. a male given name: from an Old English word meaning “wagonmaker.”.
- John wheelwright
[hweel-rahyt, weel-] /ˈʰwilˌraɪt, ˈwil-/ noun 1. John, 1592?–1679, English clergyman in America. 2. John Brooks, 1897–1940, U.S. poet. /ˈwiːlˌraɪt/ noun 1. a person who makes or mends wheels as a trade
- John wilkes booth
[booth; British booth] /buθ; British buð/ noun 1. Ballington [bal-ing-tuh n] /ˈbæl ɪŋ tən/ (Show IPA), 1859–1940, founder of the Volunteers of America 1896 (son of William Booth). 2. Edwin Thomas, 1833–93, U.S. actor (brother of John Wilkes Booth). 3. Evangeline Cory [kawr-ee,, kohr-ee] /ˈkɔr i,, ˈkoʊr i/ (Show IPA), 1865?–1950, general of the Salvation […]