Joseph Joachim, 1822–82, Swiss composer.
noun (archaic or dialect)
rabble or riffraff
- Joseph ritter
[rit-er] /ˈrɪt ər/ noun 1. Joseph Elmer, 1891–1967, U.S. cardinal. 2. Woodward Maurice (“Tex”) 1907–74, U.S. country-and-western singer, composer, and film actor.
[joh-zuh f-suh n, -suh f-] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf sən, -səf-/ noun, Electronics. 1. a high-speed switch, used in experimental computers, that operates on the basis of a radiative phenomenon (Jo·sephson effect) exhibited by a pair of superconductors separated by a thin insulator.
- Joseph stalin
[stah-lin, -leen, stal-in; Russian stah-lyin] /ˈstɑ lɪn, -lin, ˈstæl ɪn; Russian ˈstɑ lyɪn/ noun 1. Joseph V (Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili or Dzugashvili) 1879–1953, Soviet political leader: secretary general of the Communist Party 1922–53; premier of the U.S.S.R. 1941–53. 2. a former name of . 3. former name of . 4. former name of . /ˈstɑːlɪn/ […]
- Joseph swan
[swon] /swɒn/ noun 1. Sir Joseph Wilson, 1828–1914, British chemist, electrical engineer, and inventor. /swɒn/ noun 1. any large aquatic bird of the genera Cygnus and Coscoroba, having a long neck and usually a white plumage: family Anatidae, order Anseriformes 2. (rare, literary) verb swans, swanning, swanned 3. (intransitive; usually foll by around or about) […]